The Chile Conscious Origin program has a list of auditors accredited by the Agency for Sustainability and Climate Change (ASCC). Auditors must also undergo the official training required by the standard taught by the relevant trade association or consortium. Registrations for the pork sector’s online training close on June 30th.

The standards developed by the Chile Conscious Origin program (ChOC  in Spanish) are a self-assessment and management tool that also make it possible to report specific progress of the companies and sectors that have joined the program. These standards are available on the Standards Map of the International Trade Center (ITC), a joint WTO-UN agency focused on sustainable trade. The Standards Map makes it possible to compare international standards, including those of the ChOC.

The requirements for becoming a ChOC auditor are: being accredited by the ASCC (Current Registry); successfully completing the training offered by the relevant trade association or consortium; and being part of the program’s official registry.

Hence, completing the training course is fundamental for entering the official registry. The online trainings for the pork sector will be held from July 26 to 28 and from August 2 to 4, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Registration closes on June 30th and must be done here

“The pork sector keeps moving forward with the Chile Conscious Origin standard, covering each of the areas required by the program and ensuring that those who meet the requirements can audit our companies. All these initiatives are important steps to standardize what the industry has been doing for several years, making it formal and measurable, and showing our commitment to environmentally-friendly production and our pledge for the future,” said Juan Carlos Domínguez, President of ChileCarne.

The requirements for becoming a ChOC auditor are described at