Good Agricultural Practice (GAP) is the basis of IPM programmes and sustainable farming. GAP covers a wide range of management issues.
Real IPM is accredited by GLOBAL GAP to provide training on practical subjects that assist growers to comply with the GLOBAL GAP criteria. Real IPM is the only company in Africa with this accreditation. All our training certificates bear the GLOBAL GAP logo.
Our GAP training courses will help farms and out-grower networks to prepare the systems and reporting procedures needed to comply with GLOBAL GAP and other audits. We offer training modules in the following areas: Record Keeping, Site Preparation, Inputs Quality, Staff Welfare, Crop Nutrition, Crop Protection and Hygiene.
Contact us if you would like us to help your team prepare for an audit.
Real IPM contacts a personal hygiene course aimed at covering areas such as reasons for personal Hygiene, how to keep healthy, action needed to address sickness due to poor personal hygiene and monitoring and Evaluation. Contact us if you would like to discuss how we could assist your company.
Health & Safety
This course is based on the training curriculum provided by DOHSS in Kenya and is suitable for safety and health committees. It entails Risk and Hazard Assessments, company policy, implementation of policy, roles and responsibility, action planning, monitoring and evaluation.
Preparation for Global GAP
Real IPM has full accreditation from Global GAP to train in Global GAP. We have a team who is technically well qualified to provide flower, fruit and vegetable exporters, as well as coffee growers, with tailor made courses to prepare them for GLOBAL GAP audits. Exporters should ensure that they are not receiving pre-audit ‘training’ or ‘consultancy’ from the same company, which will be undertaking their audit as this could invalidate the outcome of the audit.