Browse our Industrial and Manufacturing Qualifications
RSPH offers a range of Industrial and Manufacturing related Qualifications - regulated by OFQUAL/CCEA or Qualifications Wales - at Training Centres around the UK. Select a qualification to see full details - including syllabuses, fact sheets and specimen papers and a list of the Centres where it's available (you can enter your location on the next page).
If your local Centre doesn't currently offer RSPH Qualifications, let us know (here) and we'll get in touch with them.
RSPH Qualifications (classroom assessment*)
This qualification is designed for those who are, or intend to be, supervisors in any part of the food and drink manufacturing sector.
This qualification is primarily aimed at supervisors/managers working within the food manufacturing industry, but it is also an ideal qualification for those who wish to become part of the HACCP team.
This qualification is designed for those who are, or intend to be, managers in any part of the food and drink manufacturing sector.
This qualification is appropriate for all persons employed in food and food related businesses who need to have an understanding of HACCP. It is particularly useful for those who intend to become members of HACCP teams.
The qualification is aimed at supervisors, managers and HACCP team leaders working within an appropriate food business.
The qualification was developed in response to the 2018 review of the meat cutting plants and cold storage sector by the Food Standards Agency and Food Standards Scotland. The qualification will enable all personnel to understand their roles and responsibilities in relation to HACCP in meat plants.
This qualification is primarily aimed at supervisors/managers working in meat plants, but it is also an ideal qualification for those who wish to become part of the HACCP team.
This qualification is designed to provide candidates with fundamental knowledge and understanding of health and safety in a construction environment.
This qualification is designed to provide candidates with fundamental knowledge and understanding of manual handling in the workplace.
This qualification is designed for those who may be exposed to asbestos within their working environment and require a simple overview of the risks.
This qualification is suitable for individuals who require an understanding of nutrition and diet and their effect on health.
This qualification covers the practical skills and underpinning knowledge required for the safe removal of asbestos for workers in the asbestos industry.
This qualification is designed for staff working in poultry processing businesses that will be part of the team carrying out post mortem inspection of carcases and offal.
This qualification will help organisations and companies meet the accreditation criteria for ISO17025.
This qualification with provide the knowledge to inspect and test asbestos works that have been carried out to ensure they meet the correct standards required by HSG248.
This qualification by staff will help organisations and companies meet the accreditation criteria for ISO 17020.
The Level 2 Certificate for Proficiency in Poultry Meat Inspection is a qualification designed for those who wish to qualify as Official Auxiliaries.
Dutyholders will need to be able to identify, assess and manage any asbestos containing materials on their premises.
The Level 4 Diploma for Proficiency in Meat Inspection qualification is for learners who wish to qualify as Official Auxiliaries (meat hygiene inspectors).
The qualification covers the practical skills and underpinning knowledge required by a supervisor in order to oversee the safe removal of licensed asbestos from a workplace.
This qualification covers the management of staff involved in asbestos removal and the management of sites at which asbestos removal is taking place.
This qualification will provide laboratory and project managers with the requisite knowledge and understanding to carry out their role in the workplace.
This qualification is suitable for persons who represent, or intend to represent, parties in adjudication or who wish to progress to practice as an adjudicator.
This qualification will enable learners to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the considerations relevant to the candidature, selection, appointment and discharge of the role of adjudicator, including the production of an enforceable Decision.
* The majority of RSPH Qualifications are taught and assessed in a classroom setting - while some offer on-the-job assessment. We are also working to introduce secure online e-assessment in the near future.
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Related eLearning Courses (study online)
If there are no Training Centres in your area offering RSPH Qualifications, our eLearning Courses are a great alternative. They can be studied anytime and anywhere. And some lead to a formal Qualification or contribute CPD points (following an optional classroom assessment).
NOTE: Unfortunately, we don't offer any Industrial and Manufacturing related eLearning Courses at the moment. Please check back soon.
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