FICSI is proud to announce the launched of the Food Safety Readiness Program in collaboration with the Food Processing Skills Canada. A first-of-its-kind, this program has been specially curated for professionals working in the food industry that will help them to upgrade their skills and knowledge.
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FICSI organized 7th Webinar in the series of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav on Food Packaging & Labelling Guidelines with 1500+ recorded number of registration. More than 550+ participant attended webinar on MS Teams and our YouTube Live channel.
We have successfully organized 6th webinar in the series of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav on "Future of Smart Proteins in India" with 400+ participants attending the webinar.
FICSI successfully organized 4th webinar in the series of Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav on "Food Traceability and Recall" with 450+ participants attending the webinar.
FICSI successfully organized 2nd webinar in the series of Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav on "Allergen Management in Food Processing" with 1000+ registrations for attending the webinar. The purpose of this webinar was to create awareness on the importance of allergen control and management in the food industries. FICSI looks forward to come up with more knowledgeable session for MSME'S and students of Food Processing.
FICSI registered more than 1000 participants for attending seminar on Latest Trends in Packaging for Food Processing. This session was informative session for food professionals/students that will apprise their knowledge about the recent advancements going on in the food packaging industry. Cost Effective packaging technology for Food Processing MSME and FSSAI guideline on packaging and labeling will be some of the topics covered in this session.
KSDA - Interactive session with Sector Skill Councils - in Bangalore - Karnataka Skill Development Authority. FICSI participated in this interactive session in the eminent presence of Chief Guest Dr. S. Selvakumar, IAS, Secretary Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Livelihood Department and Smt. K. Ratna Prabha, IAS, (R) Chairperson, KSDA, GoK along with other dignitaries form skill ecosystem.
Exchanged MOU with UKSDM and FICSI, in Summer capital of Uttarakhand Gairsain in presence of Shri Dhan Singh Rawat (Minister of state independent charge, Cooperatives, Higher Education, Dairy Development, Protocols), Mission Director UKSDM, Dr. R. Rajesh Kumar and other eminent members from skilling ecosystem. A backward and forward linkage is must for any skilling initiative to be successful.
FICSI has signed MOU With Tea Research Association (TOCKLAI) and will mutually cooperate for Identifying job roles, creating learning material and skilling manpower for employability with Required industrial skill and certification in tea processing industry in india.
We have done certification of 6 Indian Army Troops to start with as a pilot project as Bakery Technician/Operative conforming to National Skill qualifications framework level-4. Bakery management course which they run in Chandimandir Military Cantt is a 10 days course for retiring troops so that they can start and manage a small bakery once they get retired.
Importance of FoSTaC:- FSSAI recommends that all licensed food businesses must have at least one trained and certified Food Safety Supervisor under FoSTaC for every 25 food handlers in each premise. 'FSSAI's initiative to combine their current courses with COVID-19 guidelines is a great strength to the food industry' Another successful virtual training conducted for the course- FoSTaC "Basic Catering and COVID-19" on 22nd October 2020 with the participation of around 14 candidates. This training course is based on giving more insights on precautions for the food industry in day to day working as well as the current scenario.
Importance of FoSTaC:- FSSAI recommends that all licensed food businesses must have at least one trained and certified Food Safety Supervisor under FoSTaC for every 25 food handlers in each premise. 'FSSAI's initiative to combine their current courses with COVID-19 guidelines is a great strength to the food industry'. We successfully conducted FoSTaC "Basic Manufacturing and COVID-19"-Online Training on 16th October 2020 with the participation of around 20 candidates. This training course is based on giving more insights on precautions for the food industry in day to day working as well as the current scenario.
Importance of FoSTaC:- FSSAI recommends that all licensed food businesses must have at least one trained and certified Food Safety Supervisor under FoSTaC for every 25 food handlers in each premise. FSSAI's initiative to combine their current courses with COVID-19 guidelines is a great strength to the food industry' We successfully conducted FoSTaC "Advance Catering and COVID-19"-Online Training on 15th October 2020 . This training course is based on giving more insights on precautions for the food industry in day to day working as well as the current scenario.
Successfully conducted first batch of FoSTaC Food Safety Supervisor “Basic Catering and Covid-19” Online training on 21st September,2020 It was indeed an insightful and informative session for all the candidates Looking forward for more participation in the upcoming sessions which is surely going to create an impact and enhance your skills and knowledge.
"FICSI-MSME-Dialogue on Skilling"- We conducted a zoom meeting with MSMEs(Food Processing) across Pan India on 18th September 2020 and discussed our 'Special Services Package for them'.
We conducted a power-packed and insightful meeting for unleashing the skill potential of Punjab and Haryana in food processing on 18th September 2020 100+ participants joined the meeting.
We conducted a successful webinar on"Entrepreneurship Development in Food Processing" - Youth 4 New India (for all B.Voc colleges of food processing across Pan India) today i.e. 8th September 2020.
“Unleashing Skill Potential of Mega Food Parks” Webinar conducted to address skilling potential in MFPs which was joined by several major Mega Food Parks all across India, it was conducted on 7th September,2020.
Unleashing Skill Potential of Madhya Pradesh in Food Processing"-successfully conducted on 7th September,2020
“FICSI joins hand with Food Processing Skills Canada (FPSC) for providing skilling of international standards to Indian youth”
FICSI organised an interactive session for the colleges who wish to apply under the B. Voc (Food Processing) scheme. The session focused on UGC applications to run Skill- based programs in Food Processing for the academic year 2020-21.
In recognition of World Food Safety 2020, FICSI organised Special session for Food Safety & Hygiene Professionals engaged in Manufacturing, Compliance, Education & Training on Safe Practices during COVID-19. Both the sessions saw the participation of 350+ attendees. The sessions were found very interactive & insightful by all the attendees.
FICSI launched the E-learning platform “FICSI eLearning Zone” on 1 st June’2020 through a virtual webinar. Two special courses are designed and developed for “Safe Practices for Retailers handling Food and Safe Practices for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises manufacturing Food during COVID-19 pandemic. These courses are prepared in association with FSSAI, FICCI, NIFTEM and various Industry Partners. The Chief Guest for the event were Mr. Dilip Chenoy, Secretary General,FICCI. Guests of Honour were Dr C. Vasudevappa, Vice Chancellor, NIFTEM and Mr Akshay Bector, President, FICSI. CMD, Cremica Food Industries Ltd. The event saw the presence of 400+ attendees.
FICSI organized FICSI Samvaad - The Annual Training Provider Meet 2020 on 2nd March’20 at India Habitat Centre. Mr. Akshay Bector, Managing Director, Cremica Food Ltd. & Mr. Sanjay Kumar Singh, Under Secretary, MOFPI were also part of the event.TPs from all over India attended the event and discussed about how they can contribute in skilling in Food Processing.