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This Postgraduate Diploma in Analytical Techniques in the Quality Control of R&D&I Projects will allow the student to learn the most relevant concepts in veterinary food safety, focusing on the production of raw materials of animal origin.
Quality control of processes and products is essential to ensure food safety and to guarantee Good Manufacturing and Elaboration Practices (GMP) in the processes carried out in the food industry. For this reason, the Analytical and Instrumental Techniques module highlights the tools that guarantee food safety, which are mandatory and under the responsibility of the producers, either by controls of the food industry's own laboratories or by outsourcing the service to food and reference laboratories for the control of raw materials and products.
In addition, the R&D&I systems in the development of new foods in different sectors of the food industry that require new technologies, new processes and food safety systems that are increasingly specific and adapted to the characteristics of new foods are presented.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Analytical Techniques in the Quality Control of R&D&I Projects of TECH Technological University is the most complete postgraduate training offered in universities at this time because it is aimed at the comprehensive management of food safety.
The teachers of this Certificate are university professors and professionals from various disciplines in primary production, the use of analytical and instrumental techniques for quality control, the prevention of accidental and intentional contamination and fraud, regulatory schemes for food safety certification (Food Safety, Food Integrity) and traceability (Food Defence and Food Fraud Food Authenticity). They are experts in food legislation and regulations on quality and safety, validation of methodologies and processes, digitalization of quality management, research and development of new foods and finally, the coordination and execution of R&D&I projects.
It is an educational project committed to training high quality professionals. A program designed by professionals specialized in each specific subject who face new challenges every day.
This Postgraduate Diploma in Analytical Techniques in the Quality Control of R&D&I Projects contains the most complete and up to date scientific program on the market. The most important features of the program include:
- The development of case studies presented by experts in veterinary food safety.
- The graphic, schematic, and eminently practical contents with which they are created, provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essential for professional practice.
- News on Analytical Techniques in the Quality Control of R&D Projects
- Practical exercises where self assessment can be used to improve learning.
- Special emphasis on innovative methodologies in analytical techniques in the quality control of R&D&I projects.
- Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments
- Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection
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It includes, in its teaching staff, professionals belonging to the field of veterinary food safety, who pour into this training the experience of their work, in addition to recognized specialists from reference societies and prestigious universities.
The multimedia content, developed with the latest educational technology, will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will provide immersive training programmed to train in real situations.
This program is designed around Problem Based Learning, where the specialist must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise during the course. For this, the professional will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system made by recognized experts in Analytical Techniques in the Quality Control of R&D&I Projects and with great experience.
This training comes with the best didactic material, providing you with a contextual approach that will facilitate your learning"
This 100% online Postgraduate Diploma will allow you to combine your studies with your professional work while expanding your knowledge in this field"
The content structure has been designed by the best professionals in the sector, with extensive experience and recognized prestige in the profession, backed by the volume of cases reviewed, studied and diagnosed, and with extensive knowledge of new technologies applied to food safety.
This Postgraduate Diploma in Analytical Techniques in the Quality Control of R&D&I Projects contains the most complete and up to date scientific program on the market"
Module 1. Analytical and Instrumental Techniques in Process and Product Quality Control
1.1. Laboratory Types, Regulations and Standards
1.1.1. Reference Laboratories
188.8.131.52. European Reference Laboratory
184.108.40.206. National Reference Laboratories
1.1.2. Food Laboratory
1.1.3. Regulations and Standards Applicable to Laboratories (ISO/IEC 17025)
220.127.116.11. General Requirements for Laboratory Competence
18.104.22.168. Equipment Testing and Calibration
22.214.171.124. Implementation and Validation of Analytical Methods
1.2. Official Control of the Agri Food Chain
1.2.1. PNCPA of the Agri Food Chain
1.2.2. Competent Authorities
1.2.3. Legal Support for Official Control
1.3. Official Methods of Food Analysis
1.3.1. Methods of Animal Feed Analysis
1.3.2. Water Analysis Methods
126.96.36.199. Analytical Requirements According to R.D. 140/2003
188.8.131.52. Sampling Frequencies According to Type of Industry
1.3.3. Methods of Analysis of Cereals
1.3.4. Methods of Analysis of Fertilizers, Residues of Phytosanitary and Veterinary Products
1.3.5. Methods of Analysis of Food Products
1.3.6. Methods of Analysis of Meat Products
1.3.7. Fat Analysis Methods
1.3.8. Methods of Analysis of Dairy Products
1.3.9. Methods of Analysis of Wines, Juices and Musts
1.3.10. Methods of Analysis of Fishery Products
1.4. On Site Analytical Techniques for Fresh Food Receiving, Processing and Finished Product
1.4.1. In Food Handling
184.108.40.206. Analysis of Environments and Surfaces
220.127.116.11. Handler Analysis
18.104.22.168. Equipment Analysis
1.4.2. Analysis of Dresh Feed and Finished Product
22.214.171.124. Product Data Sheets
126.96.36.199. visual Inspection
188.8.131.52. Color Charts
184.108.40.206. Organoleptic Evaluation According to Food Type
1.4.3. Basic Physicochemical Analysis
220.127.116.11. Determination of Maturity Index in Fruit.
18.104.22.168. Brix Degrees
1.5. Nutritional Analysis Techniques
1.5.1. Protein Determination
1.5.2. Determination of Carbohydrates
1.5.3. Determination of Fats
1.5.4. Ash Determination
1.6. Microbiological and Physicochemical Food Analysis Techniques
1.6.1. Preparation Techniques: Fundamentals, Instrumentation and Application in Food Processing
1.6.2. Microbiological Analysis
22.214.171.124. Handling and Treatment of Samples for Microbiological Analysis
1.6. 3 Physical Chemical Analysis
126.96.36.199. Handling and Treatment of Samples for Physical Chemical Analysis
1.7. Instrumental Techniques in Food Analysis
1.7.1. Characterization, Quality Indexes and Product Conformity.
188.8.131.52. Food Safety/Food Integrity
1.7.2. Analysis of Residues of Prohibited Substances in Food
184.108.40.206. Organic and Inorganic Waste
220.127.116.11. Heavy Metals
1.7.3. Analysis of Adulterant Substances in Foodstuffs
1.8. Analytical Techniques Used in GMOs and Novel Foods
1.8.2. Detection Techniques
1.9. Emerging Analytical Techniques to Prevent Food Fraud
1.9.1. Food Fraud
1.9.2. Food Authenticity
1.10. Issuance of Certificates of Analysis
1.10.1. In the Food Industry
18.104.22.168. Internal Reporting
22.214.171.124. Report to Customers and Suppliers
126.96.36.199. Bromatological Expertise
1.10.2. In Reference Laboratories
1.10.3. In Food Laboratories
1.10.4. In Arbitration Laboratories
Module 2. R&D&I of Novel Foods and Ingredients
2.1. New Trends in Food Product Processing
2.1.1. Design of Functional Foods Aimed at Improving Specific Physiological Functions
2.1.2. Innovation and New Trends in the Design of Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals
2.1.3. Technologies and Tools for Isolation, Enrichment, and Purification of Functional Ingredients from Different Starting Materials
2.1.4. Chemical Properties
2.1.5. Sensory Properties
2.2. Procedures and Equipment for the Incorporation of Functional Ingredients into the Base Feed
2.2.1. Formulation of Functional Foods According to Their Chemical and Sensory Properties, Caloric Value, etc
2.2.2. Stabilization of Bioactive Ingredients from Formulation
2.3. Gastronomy Research
2.3.2. Viscosity and Flavor. Thickeners Used in Nouvelle Cuisine
2.3.3. Gelling Agents
2.4. Innovation and New Trends in the Design of Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals
2.4.1. Design of Functional Foods Aimed at Improving Specific Physiological Functions
2.4.2. Practical Applications of Functional Food Design
2.5. Specific Formulation of Bioactive Compounds
2.5.1. Flavonoid Transformation in the Formulation of Functional Foods.
2.5.2. Bioavailability Studies of Phenolic Compounds
2.5.3. Antioxidants in the Formulation of Functional Foods
2.5.4. Preservation of Antioxidant Stability in Functional Food Design
2.6. Design of Low Sugar and Low Fat Products
2.6.1. Development of Low Sugar Products
2.6.2. Low fat Products
2.6.3. Strategies for the Synthesis of Structured Lipids
2.7. Processes for the Development of New Food Ingredients
2.7.1. Advanced Processes for Obtaining Food Ingredients with Industrial Application: Micronization and Microencapsulation Technologies
2.7.2. Supercritical and Clean Technologies
2.7.3. Enzymatic Technology for the Production of Novel Food Ingredients
2.7.4. Biotechnological Production of Novel Food Ingredients
2.8. New Food Ingredients of Plant and Animal Origin
2.8.1. Trends in R&D&I Developments in New Ingredients
2.8.2. Applications of Plant Based Ingredients
2.8.3. Applications of Ingredients of Animal Origin
2.9. Research and Improvement of Labeling and Preservation Systems
2.9.1. Labeling Requirements
2.9.2. New Conservation Systems
2.9.3. Validation of Health Claims
Module 3. Development, Coordination and Execution of R&D&I Projects
3.1. Innovation and Competitiveness in the Food Industry
3.1.1. Analysis of the Food Sector
3.1.2. Innovation in Processes, Products and Management
3.1.3. Regulatory Conditions for the Marketing of Novel Foods
3.2. The R&D System
3.2.1. Public Investigation and Private Investigation
3.2.2. Regional and Local Business Support Plans
3.2.3. National R&D&I Plans
3.2.4. International Programs
3.2.5. Research Promotion Organizations
3.3. R+D+I Projects
3.3.1. R&D&I Aid Programs
3.3.2. Types of Projects
3.3.3. Types of Financing
3.3.4. Project Evaluation, Monitoring and Control
3.4. Scientific and Technological Production
3.4.1. Publication, Dissemination and Diffusion of Research Results.
3.4.2. Basic Research, Applied Research
3.4.3. Private Sources of Information
3.5. Technology Transfer
3.5.1. Protection of Industrial Property. Patents
3.5.2. Regulatory Constraints on Transfers in the Food Sector.
3.5.3. European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
3.5.4. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
3.5.5. National Organizations. Example: Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN)
3.6. Planning of R&D&I Projects
3.6.1. Work Decomposition Scheme
3.6.2. Resource Allocation
3.6.3. Priority of Tasks
3.6.4. Gantt Chart Method
3.6.5. Digitally Supported Planning Methods and Systems
3.7. Documentary Development of R&D&I Projects
3.7.1. Prior Studies
3.7.2. Delivery of Progress Reports
3.7.3. Development of the Project Report
3.8. Project Execution
3.8.3. Project Progress Control
3.9. Project Delivery and Validation
3.9.1. ISO Standards for the Management of R&D&I Projects
3.9.2. Completion of the Project Phase
3.9.3. Analysis of Results and Feasibility
3.10. Implementation of R&D&I Projects Developed by the Company
3.10.1. Purchase Management
3.10.2. Supplier Validation
3.10.3. Project Validation and Verification
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