INDUSTRIAL FOOD SAFETY: SANITATION OPERATOR TRAINING
A Train-the-trainer Program
3.5 Day Course
Tuesday, October 3 - Friday, October 6, 2017
Recognized by Industry organizations, persons completing IFS: Sanitation Operator Training receive a lead instructor sanitation operator training certificate. A Sanitation Operator Training lead instructor oversees implementation of proper cleaning and sanitizing in a food manufacturing facillity to ensure safe food production.
After this Course, the participant will be able to teach operators and fellow practitioners the proper methods of cleaning and sanitizing of food manufacturing production lines, equipment, or facilities for safe food production.
The Industrial Food Safety: Cleaning & Sanitizing Equipment & Facilities course is intended to provide job-seekers and front-line workers with a comprehensive overview of what is required to clean and sanitize food manufacturing equipment and facilities to ensure safe food production.
The course is comprised of 20 course modules (14 foundation level and 6 specialized level) and is instructor-led with facilitated discussions, activities, and hands-on practice to reinforce the objectives. An adult learning component will help participants understand different learning styles and how to use them when teaching.
- Anyone having an interest, or who is currently involved in, cleaning and sanitizing food manufacturing production lines, equipment, or facilities.
- Anyone with training and supervisory responsibilities.
WHAT SETS OUR COURSE APART:
- Practitioner level
- Approved & designed by Industry experts from GMA member companies
- Course & assessments developed by the International Food Protection Training Institute
- Experts with over 20 years experience in the Industry
- Participants receive an instructor manual and one participant manual
Price: Non-member - $1,500, Member - $1,400 (Coffee, Tea and lunch provided)
Course Location: Talon Business Center, 2891 Cedar Lake Road, Minneapolis, MN 55416