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In today's highly regulated lairage and slaughter environments, the importance of up to date understanding of animal welfare.

FDQ and Excellence Global Limited, have therefore developed an animal welfare training programme based upon the principals and practices that are essential to underpin standard operating procedures. 

Animal welfare

This programme has been designed for those working in lairage and slaughter environments.

Individuals successfully completing the course will find their understanding of compliance in animal welfare updated and refreshed to support business operational effectiveness. 

Learners will cover areas such as:

  • practical application of animal welfare standards
  • regulatory welfare requirements for the humane treatment of animals prior to slaughter
  • animal behaviour and characteristics. 

Principles and Practices in Animal Welfare

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Endorsed programmes

An endorsed programme is a programme of learning which is endorsed by FDQ.

Learners and businesses can engage with these programmes with confidence; knowing they are of high quality and that they will deliver the outcomes they promise.

These products are monitored by FDQ.

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FDQ at the Federation of Awarding Bodies (FAB) 2017 Awards

19/10/2017

The FDQ team are all attending the FAB awards evening in Leicester tonight (19 October).  As a result the office will be closed from approximately 4pm today, reopening at 11am tomorrow.

If you need to contact us during this time, please email us at fdq@fdq.org.uk and we will respond as quickly as possible.

Many thanks.

 

 

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Qualification review

26/9/2017

A number of our products require review, feedback from our centres is essential in ensuring FDQ qualifications continue to meet the needs of our centres, the food industry and its workforce. The qualifications affected can be found here.

If you would like to provide feedback please contact Jo Sterritt at fdq@fdq.org.uk

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