Hazard Analysis and Preventive Controls for Feed Online Training (September 11 - 29, 2023) with Animal Food Safety Plan Development
$500.00 / unit
$500 per individual (You can select the number of participants at checkout)
Once payment is received, we will contact you for information on the individual participants and/or individuals who will be participating in the optional Animal Food Safety Plan Development Course (See Below)
This course fulfills the requirement for a “preventive controls qualified individual” (PCQI) as defined in the Food Safety Modernization Act and accompanying rules for animal feed. It includes the “standardize curriculum” recognized as adequate by FDA for becoming a PCQI, who is a qualified individual who has successfully completed training in the development and application of risk-based preventive controls . The course is ideally suited for the working professionals as it is conducted via three Zoom sessions (one per week) .
This course contains the standardized curriculum recognized by the FDA as adequate for the application of risk-based preventive controls. Participants completing the FDA standardized curriculum will receive a PCQI certificate from the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA). In addition, participants taking this course may elect to view additional presentations on HACCP principles. Participants who complete the HACCP curriculum including the Animal Food Safety Plan Development course (see description below) will earn a Texas A&M University Certificate of Completion with an International HACCP Alliance seal and members of the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists are eligible to earn 8 continuing education units.
Animal Food Safety Plan Development (Optional)
Participants have the opportunity to develop an Animal Food Safety Plan with guidance by the lead instructor. This training is provided at no cost and designed to be company specific and developed using a team approach. The company must have at least 3 employees (including those registered for PCQI training) to participate in this activity.
For more information, please visit our website at feedhaccp.org or e-mail [email protected] Registration will close at noon on the course's start date.