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GSCOP and the GCA - Refresher course

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This course brings you bang up to date with the Groceries Supply Code of Practice and the activities of the Groceries Code Adjudicator

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What does the training cover?

  • A reminder of the main elements of GSCOP and how to use it
  • Experiences to date of using and not using GSCOP and the lessons learnt
  • Recent developments including investigations, guidance, best practice and the GCA’s priority areas
  • Suppliers’ current experiences of and attitudes towards GSCOP and the GCA
  • An in-depth look at priority areas for suppliers and how practice may be improved

No pre-reading is required.

At the end of the course you will receive the key documents to take away.

Who should attend?

This refresher course is for those who have already been trained in GSCOP and therefore know the Code, the role of the Adjudicator and how to use them in trade negotiations.

Retail customers are required by the GSCOP Order to re-train buyers annually. It is important that suppliers too are kept equally up-to-date.

Who does the training?

The training is led by a business professional practising in sales force training, coaching and mentoring, with a background in a range of sales functions at a senior level within a leading FMCG company.

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Organizer British Brands Group

Organizer of GSCOP and the GCA - Refresher course

The British Brands Group is a not-for-profit organisation of branded companies. On behalf of members, it champions brands and provides their voice on policies that shape the climate for brands in the UK. It is part of a network of similar organisations across Europe. In addition to its policy work, it runs commercially-focused training courses relevant to branded suppliers and other companies, with a particular focus on FMCG. These are run with specialist partners.

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