Welcome to the Largest International Halal Training for
Halal Auditor and Halal Certification Body – 2024

Welcome to the Largest International Halal Training for
Halal Auditor and Halal Certification Body – 2024

About the Event

IHATEC, the largest and leading halal training institution in Indonesia, has been organizing an annual intensive training program since 2017 for halal auditors and halal certifying agencies. This program aims to enhance their expertise and ensure that they have the necessary knowledge and skills to conduct halal audits in industries accurately. The event provides a platform for halal experts worldwide to exchange ideas and knowledge, creating an opportunity for mutual learning and benefit.

What Will You Learn This Year?

We are excited to share that we have developed an extensive and tailored training program this year, aimed at fulfilling the unique needs of Halal Auditors and Halal Certifying Agencies who seek accreditation in compliance with Indonesian regulations.

Our training program has been carefully crafted to equip participants with the necessary knowledge and skills required to navigate the Halal certification landscape in Indonesia. This includes a thorough understanding of the relevant regulations and standards, as well as the practical aspects of conducting Halal audits and inspections.

Halal Auditor Programs

Training of Halal Auditor. Based on National Work Competency standard & Implementation $500

*This program can be bundled with Halal Auditor Competency Test ($ 790)

TRAINING DESCRIPTION/BACKGROUND :

Halal Product Assurance System, also known as the Indonesia Halal Product Assurance System (SJPH), is a comprehensive set of procedures and practices implemented according to the requirements by the Indonesia Halal Product Assurance System (BPJPH) to ensure that Halal Products are produced and marketed in accordance with Islamic laws and principles. SJPH involves a series of steps that begin with sourcing raw materials and continue throughout the production and distribution process. By implementing a Halal product assurance system, other than to comply with halal regulations in Indonesia, businesses can expand their market reach and appeal to a wider consumer base while promoting ethical and sustainable business practices.

Halal auditors play a critical role in the halal certification process, ensuring that products and services meet the standards for halal compliance. To ensure proper halal certification, it is crucial that halal auditors have the required competencies in line with the work competency standard. Currently, the National Work Standard (SKKNI) No. 266, issued and implemented by the Indonesian Government in 2019, is the only globally recognized standard for halal auditor competency. This standard can be used for halal auditors working with foreign Halal Certification Bodies (HCBs).

TRAINING OBJECTIVE :

Participants have the competency (skill, knowledge & attitude) as halal auditor based on Indonesia halal standard have the competency to implement Halal Product Assurance System (SJPH) and have comprehensive knowledge about Indonesia Halal Regulation

DATE OF TRAINING :

Batch 1 :

Asia, Eropa, Afrika :
21 – 22 Maret 2024, 25 – 28 Maret 2024 (1 pm – 4 pm GMT+7)
Amerika, Australia :
28 – 29 Maret 2024, 1-4 April 2024 (7 am – 10 am GMT+7)

Batch 2 :

Asia, Eropa, Afrika :
1-2 Agustus 2024, 5 – 8 Agustus 2024 (1 pm – 4 pm GMT+7)
Amerika, Australia :
8 – 9 Agustus 2024, 12 – 15 Agustus 2024 (7 am – 10 am GMT+7)

Batch 3 :

Asia, Eropa, Afrika :
3 – 4 Oktober 2024, 7 – 10 Oktober 2024 (1 pm – 4 pm GMT+7)
Amerika, Australia :
17 – 18 Oktober 2024, 21 – 24 Oktober 2024 (7 am – 10 am GMT+7)

Halal Auditor for Cosmetic Industry (Advance Level) $340

TRAINING DESCRIPTION/BACKGROUND

Halal auditors should learn about the cosmetic industry because cosmetics and personal care products often contain ingredients derived from animal sources or alcohol, which may be considered non-halal according to Islamic laws.

Additionally, certain cosmetic ingredients may be considered haram (forbidden) due to their potentially harmful effects on human health. By understanding the specific halal requirements and guidelines for cosmetics, halal auditors can ensure that these products comply with Islamic principles and are suitable for use by Muslim consumers.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

Participants have the competency (skill, knowledge & attitude) as halal auditor specific for cosmetics industry

DATE OF TRAINING

All Region (06.30 AM – 09.30 AM GMT+7/day)
June 19-20, 2024

Halal Auditor for Pharmaceuticals Industry (Advance Level) $340

TRAINING DESCRIPTION/BACKGROUND

Halal auditors should learn about the pharmaceutical industry because many medicines and healthcare products contain ingredients that may not be halal, such as gelatin derived from non-halal sources.

Therefore, it is essential for halal auditors to understand the pharmaceutical industry’s manufacturing processes, ingredients, and labelling practices to ensure that medicine and healthcare products meet the halal requirement and are safe consumptions by Muslim consumers. By having knowledge about the pharmaceutical industry, halal auditors can help ensure that halal-certified healthcare products are widely available, and Muslim consumers can have confidence in the halal certification process.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

Participants have the competency (skill, knowledge & attitude) as halal auditor specific for pharmaceuticals industry

DATE OF TRAINING

All Region (06.30 AM – 09.30 AM GMT+7/day)
July 3-4, 2024

Halal Auditor for Slaughtering Advance Level) $340

TRAINING DESCRIPTION/BACKGROUND :

For Muslims, consuming halal products is a religious obligation, including the consumption of halal meat. Halal meat is obtained from permissible animals and is processed through slaughter methods that adhere to Islamic law. Ensuring that the slaughter process complies with Islamic principles is one of the responsibilities of a halal auditor. By combining expertise in Islamic Shariah-complaint slaughter standards and auditing techniques, a halla auditor is capable of examining the slaughter process in accordance with requirements. So, how can a halal auditor, particularly in a slaughterhouse, acquire the necessary competencies in halal requirements and regulations? The answer is by participating in this training program.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE :
Participants have the competency (skill, knowledge & attitude) as halal auditor based on Indonesia halal standard have the competency to implement Halal Product Assurance System (SJPH) and have comprehensive knowledge about Indonesia Halal Regulation

DATE OF TRAINING :
All Region (06.30 AM – 09.30 AM GMT+7/day)
July 30-31, 2024

Halal Auditor Programs

Accreditation Scheme & Preparation Documents for Halal Accreditation Based on ISO/IEC 17065 $390

TRAINING DESCRIPTION/BACKGROUND :

With the increasing global demand for Halal products and services, Halal certification has become extremely important. Halal Certification Bodies must adhere to a comprehensive accreditation scheme to ensure their certification process is credible and transparent. In Indonesia, foreign Halal inspection agencies must follow the BPJPH accreditation scheme’s guidelines for accreditation. Halal Certification Bodies (HCBs) must meet several criteria and requirements to cooperate with BPJPH to establish international cooperation in the form of mutual recognition of Halal certificates.

By adhering to a comprehensive accreditation scheme and utilizing appropriate preparation documents for Halal accreditation based on Indonesia’s Halal regulations, Halal Certification Bodies can ensure that their certification processes are credible, transparents, and compliant with relevant Halal standards.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE :
Participants have comprehensive knowledge about the accreditation scheme & have the competency to prepare halal accreditation documents based on requirements

DATE OF TRAINING :
All Region (06.30 AM – 09.30 AM GMT+7/day)
July 10-12, 2024

Competency Of Syariah Board $390

Training Background : 

Having a Shariah board is necessary, other than as one of the requirements in the accreditation of Halal Certification Bodies (HCBs) from Indonesia’s government through the Indonesia Halal Product Assurance Agency (BPJPH). It is also important because Shariah board deeply understands Islamic law and can ensure that the certification process aligns with Islamic principles.

Without a Shariah board, there is a risk that the certification process may not fully comply with Islamic law, which could result in a loss of trust and credibility for the certifying agency among Muslim consumers. Therefore, having a Shariah board is crucial to ensure that the halal certification process is conducted in a way that is consistent with Islamic principles and meets the expectations of Muslim consumers.

Training Objective : 

Participants have the competency (skill, knowledge & attitude) as sharia board/commitee to establish laws for halal product

Training Schedule :

Batch 1 :
Asia, Eropa, Afrika :
21 – 22 February 2024 (1 pm – 4 pm GMT+7)

Amerika, Australia :
7-9 March 2024 (7 am – 10 am GMT+7)

Batch 2 :
Asia, Eropa, Afrika :
19-20 June 2024 (1 pm – 4 pm GMT+7)

Amerika, Australia :
16-17 July 2024 (7 am – 10 am GMT+7)

Time Schedule

  • Asia, Europe, Africa : 01.00 PM – 04.00 PM, GMT+7
  • America, Australia : 07.00 AM – 10.00 AM, GMT+7

All Region : 06.30 AM – 09.30 AM, GMT+7

Get 5 % off when you join more than one program or have more than two participants

Our Memorable Event Statistic

The main purpose of this training event is to elaborate on the global halal ecosystem, focusing on capacity development and supporting the potential of halal human resources. Since 2017, over 330 participants and 38 HCA envoys from nearly 20 countries have attended this event.

335  Participants

19 Countries

38 Halal Certifying Agencies

90%  Participants are satisfied with the event

90% Participants are going to participate in the next year event

335 Participants

19 Countries

38 Halal Certifying Agencies

90% Participants are satisfied with the event

90% Participants are going to participate in the next year event

Why Join IHATEC?

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Experienced & Tested

Has 5+ years of experience in designing solutions for implementing halal product assurance systems in all business processes

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Quality & Variety of Training Materials

Have a competency-based training program in accordance with the latest regulations and market needs

Trainer Competency

Have trainers and consultants who are experienced, competent, and have been certified by the BNSP RI

National & International Network

Having 20K+ alumni who properly implement their new competencies in the industry both on a national & international scale

Continuous Learning Journey

Get a continuous learning experience through the IHATEC Halal Learning Community

Regulatory compliance

Accredited by the Accreditation Agency – Job Training Institute (LA-LPK) and recognized by the Halal Product Guarantee Agency (BPJPH)

Featured Learning Methods

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Pre Test & Post Test

As a reference and evaluation of the learning process

Live Teaching

Learn directly with competent and experienced trainers

Delivering Concept & Case Study

Comprehensive with relevant cases

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Worksheet

Preparing and completing the SJPH manual document

Continuous Learning Experience

Experience continuous learning journey through the IHATEC Halal Learning Community

What They Say about This Event?

“The training was excellent , exams well thought out , simulation audit was outstanding teaching, really enjoyed it, learned a lot”

Abid Masod from Halal Food Council of Europe

“Thank you for everyone to involve and look forward to more course with you organisations! Great to build knowledge and be able to discuss and clarify matters”

Ibrahim Karadag from Islamic Co-ordinating Council of Victoria (ICCV)

“As always IHATEC is one of the most resourceful and most advanced Halal academies there are. We are all proudly doing our daily duties because of our knowledge which is shared instead of hidden”

Wasim Al Shaman from Halal Quality Control Group Europe

“Thanks to the training organisers who manage to deliver an informative session and to the participants whose knowledgeable discusstion made this training very interesting!”

Shabana Khan from Islamic Co-ordinating Council of Victoria (ICCV)

“We are very appreciate to attend this training nad thankful to everyone involved in this training. We have learned a lot from all of you”

MA, Saifullah Wen-Kuang from Taiwan Halal Integrity Development Assosiation

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