About the Training Programme
According to the Indonesian Halal Law No. 33/2014, all food and non-food products traded, distributed, and imported into Indonesia must be Halal-certified. This law will be enforced in phases from 17 October 2024, starting with food and beverage products. This will affect all Singapore companies that are exporting to Indonesia.
In Indonesia, any business that produces and sells products in the country must have a Halal certificate issued by the Indonesia Halal Product Assurance Agency or BPJPH. To obtain this certification, businesses must comply with the Halal certification procedure, which includes appointing a Halal supervisor.
The Halal supervisor must be a Muslim who has completed training and assessment from BPJPH’s accredited training providers such as PT Insan Halal Terpercaya (IHATEC). The Halal supervisor is responsible for ensuring that the business complies with the implementation of the Indonesia Halal Product Assurance System (SJPH), including checking the sources of raw materials, monitoring the manufacturing process, and conducting periodic inspections.
Failure to comply with the Halal certification procedures can result in fines, product recalls, or even criminal charges. Therefore, it is essential for businesses that intend to produce and sell Halal products in Indonesia to appoint a qualified Halal supervisor.
This inaugural programme will guide you on the latest Halal policies, certification process, and export procedures in Indonesia.
What will you Learn?
This is a 3-part training programme that may be conducted online or in a physical classroom in Singapore. The training will be carried out within 4 consecutive days and participants will sit for an assessment to test their understanding of the programme. A certificate will be issued upon completing the programme and passing the assessment.
Module 1: Indonesia Halal Regulation - Awareness Training
Based on Indonesia’s Law No. 33/2014 on Halal Product Assurance, products circulating in Indonesia must be Halal certified. To achieve this, businesses must understand the Halal regulations in Indonesia to ensure the Halal certification process is easy and smooth.
Key Takeaways of Module 1:
- Participant will be able to understand the latest Halal policy in Indonesia
- Participant will be able to understand the general process for Halal certification in Indonesia
- Indonesia’s Halal regulation & Halal Haram concept
- General Halal certification process in Indonesia
Module Duration: 1 day
Module 2: Competency of Halal Supervisor and Implementation of Halal Product Assurance System (SJPH) based on Indonesia Halal Regulation
Based on Indonesian Law No. 33 year 2014 on Halal Product Assurance, it is stated that companies that apply for the Halal certification process are required to have a Halal supervisor. A Halal supervisor is a person who is responsible for Halal product processes, hence a competent person is needed for this role. The reference of competency for Halal supervisor is based on The Indonesian National Working Competency Standard (SKKNI) issued by the Indonesian Government.
Key Takeaways of Module 2:
- The participant will be competent to implement Indonesia Halal Product Assurance System (SJPH) by gaining the knowledge, skills, and attitude to:
- Prepare SJPH documents
- Prepare material supporting documents
- Supervise Halal product processes
- Handle non-conformity of products
- Conduct Halal audit & follow up on audit results
- Introduction of Halal Supervisor & Indonesia’s Halal Product Assurance System (SJPH)
- Implementation of Indonesia’s Halal Product Assurance System (SJPH) criteria
- Implementation of Halal Supervisor competency units
Module Duration: 2 days
Module 3: Indonesia Export Regulation & Requirement Documents
Based on Indonesia’s Law No. 33/2014 on Halal Product Assurance, products circulating in Indonesia must be Halal certified. To be accepted in the Indonesian market, a Halal certificate is not enough. Exporting products to Indonesia also requires support from other document requirements. This training will discuss the requirements for exporting products to Indonesia in order to make the process of importing products to Indonesia easier.
Key Takeaways of Module 3:
- Participant will be able to understand the system and export procedures in Indonesia
- Participant will be able to develop export documents
- Indonesia export regulation
- Preparation of export documents’ requirements
Module Duration: 1 day
Who Should Attend
- Halal Team Leaders (Halal supervisor must be a Muslim)
- Business Development, Commercial & International Trade personnel
- Operations personnel
- Quality Assurance personnel
- Sales & Marketing personnel
- Production personnel
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register for the course?
You may fill up the register interest form and we will be in touch with you once registration opens.
Do I have to take all the modules?
You may take all the modules or choose which module you are interested in.
Will it be online or physical training?
At the moment, the course will be conducted online via Zoom application.
Are there any training grants available?
There are no training grants available at the moment.
What is the payment mode for this course?
The payment is done online via credit card.
Will we receive any training certificate after completing the modules?
Yes, you will receive training certificates upon completing the modules and passing the assessment.
TO REGISTER, CLICK ON THE MODULES YOU WISH TO ATTEND
JULY '23 INTAKE | MODULE 1: INDONESIA HALAL REGULATION - AWARENESS TRAINING
Understand the latest Halal policy in Indonesia and the general certification process for Halal certification in Indonesia
JULY '23 INTAKE | MODULE 2: COMPETENCY OF HALAL SUPERVISOR & IMPLEMENTATION OF INDONESIA SJPH
Learn about implementing Indonesia’s Halal Product Assurance System (SJPH) and the criteria of a competent Halal Supervisor