If you’ve yet to hear about our latest AIB course Food Defense Coordinator Online, you’ve found us at the right time. There’s a lot of exciting things ahead. Our specialized course prepares a food facility for intentional adulteration. We're bringing together our unparalleled community of experts to share their best practices to meet the FDA's Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requirements.
Our course has been developed with government regulations, certification program requirements, and customer recommendations in mind to help you form the best approach to creating an integrated food protection plan for your facility. While working through the eight modules you will be privy to multiple activities to test your knowledge of the course material and you’ll be surprised that there is so much new information. As Earl Arnold explains in his review of Food Defense Coordinator Online –
“It is always beneficial to listen to regulatory authorities when they provide information on regulations. In most cases this information is basic and general in nature, as is true with FDA’s recent webinar series covering intentional adulteration mitigation strategies. The benefit of completing additional, more in-depth training such as AIB International’s Food Defense Coordinator Online is the added-value found in practical exercises that provide a better understanding of how the requirements apply to your facility.”
Those of you who are familiar with our online learning platform, LearningLab@AIB, know that the course is piloted by internal food safety professionals and leading industry experts. And in an effort to plan ahead -- especially for end of the year purchases and budget considerations we are offering a pre-sale. Starting November 27, we're passing along big savings of 40% off each pre-launch purchase of Food Defense Coordinator Online to the first 200 customers. Your purchased will guarantee you receive Food Defense Coordinator Online when it launches December 18.
Without further ado, here’s what’s included in Food Defense Coordinator Online:
- Food defense terms
- FSMA and other regulations that pertain to intentional adulteration
- How to prepare and conduct a vulnerability assessment
- Mitigation strategies and management components
- Recordkeeping and training requirements
- Exercises to apply knowledge of the requirements