Halal Management

 

INTRODUCTION                         

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  • The Muslim population is the second-largest worldwide and is expected to grow by about 35 percent over the next 20 years, rising from 1.8 billion in 2012 to 2.2 billion by 2030, or 26.4 percent of the world’s total projected population of 8.3 billion. In tandem with this population growth is the increasing claim of a bigger share of the world’s consumer spending. Excluding Islamic finance and banking market, the global Halal market is valued at about US$2.77 trillion and is one of the fastest-growing global consumer markets. The worldwide Halal food market alone is worth an estimated US$650 billion or more and is close to 17 percent of the global food industry – presenting a major global opportunity. According to figures from United Nations and IMF, between 1990 and 2010, GDP per capita for Muslims worldwide has grown at the Cumulative Annual Growth Rate of 6.8% thereby, because it is largely young and part of an emerging middle class on the road to greater consumption, the Muslim market is particularly attractive to a variety of companies. Undeniably, the growth of the Halal consumer market in all sectors is thriving and represents a significant potential for international companies.

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  • While the market has many facets and niche segments, understanding the umbrella term “Halal” is fundamental to approaching this market. The largest opportunity within the Halal market is undoubtedly food, but it is also where the greatest challenge lies.

    1. A.      SHORT FOUNDATION COURSES IN HALAL (Total of 5 days)
    1. I.            HALAL INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS (2 days)

    Overview

    Understanding the Fundamental of Halal Industry is important to all interested parties who wish to understand about halal and the industry. The industry recognizes that halal food products should be Halal certified in order to gain access to the global food market. Industry players in both food and non-food sectors should ensure that their products are halal and thoyibban (wholesome) and should incorporate the halal principles in their manufacturing processes. This course gives participants a basic overview of the issues presented.

    Learning Outcome

    At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

    • Understand and increase the level of halal awareness on the Principles and Concept of Halal.
    • Share and apply the knowledge gained in today’s halal industry.
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    1. I.            BEST PRACTICES FOR HALAL INDUSTRY – FOOD & FOOD SERVICES (2 + 1 days)

    Overview

    Course covers the best halal practices for manufacturers within the food industry. Modules cover the importance of MS1500:2009, the requirements for halal certification and processing as well as logistics in the halal food production. The workshop provides an intensive knowledge on the overall best halal practices for the manufacturers to produce high quality halal products for the ever demanding global halal food market.

    Learning Outcome

    At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

    • Manage one’s Best halal practices within a food premise/area.
    • Understand the halal processes and logistics of food products.
    • Apply and implement Halal Requirement based on MS1500:2009 and Malaysia Halal Certification Procedure required by JAKIM Halal Certification

    Participants are entitled to get:

    Ö        Certificate of Participation at the end of the programme

    Ö        Daily 2 T-breaks and 1 lunch

    Ö        Site visit to JAKIM

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  • Please contact us for course fees details.

    1. PROFESIONAL HALAL EXECUTIVE PROGRAMME (3 months during weekends)

    This programme is an advance level course for companies that are seriously considering entering into the Halal food industry and getting Halal certification or individuals contemplating a career as a Halal Executive.

    The objective of this Halal Executive programme is to produce individuals equipped with knowledge to assist a Halal product manufacturer, on the methods and procedures that it would have to implement, using world’s best practices in order to receive Halal certification. Thus, enabling it to potentially become a competitive producer in a Halal global market worth trillions.

    Major topics covered include:

    1. Halal Science and Technology
    2. Halal Syariah & Laws
    3. Halal Management
    4. Halal Standard and Auditing

    Learning outcome

    At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

    • Understand the Halal industry requirement
    • Understand the Islamic Law aspects related to Halal industry requirement
    • Apply and implement Halal requirement of specific sectors in Halal industry
    • Apply Malaysia Halal Certification Procedure required by JAKIM Halal Certification
    • Apply and implement Halal management assurance system

    FEES FOR PROFESIONAL HALAL EXECUTIVE PROGRAMME

             i.            Total charge is RM5000 per person (minimum 20 participants; maximum 30 participants) inclusive of:

    Ö        Certificate of Halal Executive

    Ö        Daily 2 T-breaks and 1 lunch

    • Venue at Faculty of Economics and Muamalat, USIM, Nilai
    • Course materials is additional RM250 per participant
    • Laboratory costs is additional RM100 per participant
    • Tuition fees inclusive of meals per participant for PHEP is RM5350
     Graduate School of Muamalat (GSM)
     Faculty of Economics and Muamalat,
     Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)
     71800 Bandar Baru Nilai, N.Sembilan, Malaysia
     Tel : +606-797 8662/8663   Fax : +606-798 6302/6308  
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