This 2-day training is designed to strengthen and enhance the skills, knowledge and critical thinking behaviors attributed to a qualified food safety auditor in the post FSMA environment. It provides the participant with a comprehensive review of good auditing practices, written and verbal communication skills and preventive controls based technical knowledge using exercises, case studies and other interactive learning techniques. A hypothetical third party certification audit provides the framework for this course. Participants will receive a certificate of completion after successful completion of the course.
Donna Schaffner, Associate Director Food Safety, QA & Training, Rutgers Food Innovation Center
Important Note: Individuals interested in taking the CCFS or CFSSA exam at the Summit must apply directly to NEHA and submit their application, fees, and required documents by April 1, 2020. Please email email@example.com or call 303-756-9090, ext. 339, if you have any questions.