You may have seen our announcement earlier this year that we started working with Cherney Microbiological Services to provide educational opportunities for customers interested in learning more about food safety, sanitation, and a host of other topics.
Well, we are happy to announce that Cherney has released their Cherney College course offerings for 2016!
Contact us at email@example.com or call 800-826-8302 if you would like to learn more about any of the following course offerings or to register (early bird discounts are available for registrations submitted 30 days prior to the course date). Courses are held in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
|Advanced Food Microbiology
||February 24-25, 2016
||March 15, 2016
|Food Safety for Suppliers
||March 16, 2016
|Sanitation and Environmental Monitoring Essentials
||April 13-14, 2016
|Introduction to Food Microbiology – The Basics
||June 8-9, 2016
|Chemistry Analysis in the Food Laboratory
||August 16-17, 2016
||September 21, 2016
|Advanced Food Microbiology
||November 9-10, 2016
Custom on-site training is also available from Cherney; contact us for more information.
Next month, the Wisconsin Laboratory Association (WLA) will be hosting the 39th Annual Educational Conference at the Crowne Plaza in Madison, Wisconsin. As always, the two days will be filled with the most current, important topics that QA and Technical Managers, Laboratory Technicians and anyone involved within the food industry are discussing and need to become more informed about. Click here for agenda and speakers listing.
There will also be approximately 20 exhibitors on-hand that understand laboratory and QA needs and can provide the products that will help make your job more efficient with the newest and best technology available.
WLA’s reputation is that of one of the best educational organizations available to us in the state of Wisconsin! Invest in two of the most informational days you can by joining us September 16 & 17 in Madison. We will be featuring our color-coded products, including the new UST brushes & brooms; data loggers, allergen test kits, 3M Petrifilm and more!
Register here today: http://www.wisconsinlabassociation.org/fallworkshop.htm
Benjamin Franklin is famously quoted as saying, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” In the food industry, this old adage is put to the test each time consumers open up a food product or sit down for a meal. The ability to create a safe and high-quality product demands critical thought, innovation, vigilance, and a willingness to seek out best practices. The return on this investment comes in creating a product one can be proud of and in protecting the best interests and health of one’s customers.
Yet, making sense of regulations, rules, and best practices can be somewhat daunting for the average producer. Small and medium-sized operations especially may view something as comprehensive as the Food Safety Modernization Act as an imposing and confusing path they are not sure how to navigate. So, how can one balance the want for excellence with these sometimes seemingly overwhelming demands placed on food industry interests? Simply put, the best weapon against being overwhelmed comes through education.
Nelson-Jameson is working with Cherney Microbiological Services to provide accessible educational opportunities for operations of all sizes and levels of experience. This April 21st-22nd, consider taking part in “Sanitation and Environmental Monitoring Essentials,” a course for employees involved in facility control programs where attendees will learn about food microbiology, sanitation, and environmental programs in an interactive environment. The course will be held in Green Bay, Wisconsin and an early registration discount is available through March 25th ($1195 early or $1295 after March 25th).
Contact us for additional information or to learn more about the course. We would like to know your ideas/thoughts on needed topics that you would like to see addressed in future courses and/or training opportunities, leave a reply in the comments section below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who should attend? Laboratory technicians, lab managers, sanitation crews, quality control officers and technicians and all personnel interested in maintaining a quality laboratory and learning about new laboratory tools and techniques.
Dairy, Health & Environmental Symposium with WAFP, WEHA, WADPFR. This year’s conference will feature: “Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts” by David Liebl and “Environmental Health, Today and in the Future” by Ben Brancel.
For more information: 2012 WI JEC