This ANSI and International HACCP Alliance accredited NSF Food Safety Certificate Program one-day course is designed to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the concepts and applications of Verification and Validation. This course will enable participants to better understand the differences between effectively verifying and validating food safety systems.
Key Session Topics
Who Should Attend
The training utilizes power point presentations, group exercises and activities. The course is structured to promote interaction among class members and allows time for questions and review.
A 40-question multiple-choice exam follows the conclusion of the course. Upon successful completion of the course requirements (95% classroom attendance and passing score of 70% or greater) participants will receive an ANSI/NSF Certificate of Accomplishment.
Upon completion, attendees will be able to:
Prerequisite: Students should possess knowledge of GMPs and HACCP. An IHA accredited HACCP course is recommended.
All attendees must have a valid form of photo-identification in order to sit for the examination. Examples of identification include:
NSF courses are presented by knowledgeable subject matter experts who possess the scientific and academic background along with the hands-on industry experience necessary to communicate the relevant course information and the latest issues related to global food safety. Each instructor has 20+ years experience in various sectors of the food industry which include but are not limited to quality assurance, manufacturing, distribution, environmental health, and food safety inspection and auditing. All instructors are seasoned trainers with proven education and training skills in HACCP, HACCP-based Food Safety Management Systems including SQF and BRC.