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Improve Your In-House Training Programs: Tips You Need to Know
Are you developing a food safety training program for your organization? Join NSF for a webinar to gain knowledge and insights about what you need to know to develop your in-house training program, which is an essential part of your food safety management system. Training helps to ensure individual competence and awareness and is a foundational pillar of food safety culture.
Jennifer McCreary, NSF’s Technical Manager, Training Services, will share important tips and best practices to consider when developing and delivering your own in-house training to help engage your learners and provide an effective return on your investment. You don’t want to miss it!
About the Presenter
Jennifer McCreary has over 35 years of experience in food manufacturing, food safety and auditing and is an experienced trainer in all aspects of food safety and quality. She is an FSPCA lead instructor for PCQI for Human Food and FSVP; a registered trainer with SQFI for the Implementing SQF Systems, SQF Quality and Advanced SQF Practitioner courses; and a lead instructor for HACCP courses with the International HACCP Alliance. She is a BRC Approved Training Provider for BRC Food.
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