No Planes, Trains or Automobiles – Go Virtual to Complete Your 2020 Training Goals

We’re well into the second half of the year, and you may be deciding how you or your team will complete remaining annual training goals. Even with travel restrictions or limited budgets, there are a number of virtual training solutions available to meet your needs.

Our Virtual Classroom delivers the learning benefits of live, instructor-led training through an interactive, socially-distanced and cost-effective virtual platform. With Virtual Classroom (e-book), you can join a live training event from any location, while engaging and learning as if you are physically present in the classroom. Ask instructors questions in real-time, collaborate with classmates, and more, all from your computer.

The following virtual seminars are being offered through the end of this year:

Food Defense Coordinator - August 18-19 | October 20-21
As a result of the pandemic, there have been numerous disruptions to the global food system and increasing financial hardships for many. This may create greater incentive for criminals to intentionally adulterate ingredients and foods that enter your supply chain. Food Defense Coordinator is food defense training that challenges how you would handle intentional adulteration in your food plant. You’ll also design a food defense program focused on mitigating intentional adulteration.

Labeling of FDA Food Products - August 18-19
Did you know that the FDA has recently made updates to the Nutrition Facts label for packaged food and beverages? This training course will ensure your employees are updated on the latest in food labeling compliance and make certain your food labels meet every detail of FDA requirements!

FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food and HACCP Integration for FSMA Compliance - September 17-19
Our FSPCA-trained lead instructors will prepare you to meet the FSMA PCQI requirement at your FDA-registered food facility. You will also then be able to understand FSMA's preventive controls requirements and reconcile differences in your HACCP plan to fill gaps and transition to an audit-ready food safety plan.

BRCGS Global Standard for Ethical Trade & Responsible Sourcing (ETRS) Issue 1: Sites Training - October 6-7
Now more than ever, consumers are interested in how their foods are produced. Managing and understanding the food supply chain is the responsibility of manufacturers, secondary processors, packaging sites and even service providers. This standard provides you with the framework for evaluating your organization’s management system capability and capacity to deliver against the principles of ethical trade and responsible sourcing.

Food Fraud: Risk Assessment and Mitigation - October 22-23
In today's global food supply, companies are vulnerable to product substitution and economically motivated adulteration, so companies need documented processes to manage these vulnerabilities. This seminar will challenge how you would handle fraudulently compromised products in your supply chain with the help of our case study-based food fraud training.

Intentional Adulteration Prevention Week - October 20-23
Pairing Food Defense Coordinator and Food Fraud: Risk Assessment & Mitigation, you will join us for four days of training to boost your facility's defense against intentional adulteration and fraudulent activity.

Should you have any questions or need anything further, please contact us at info@aibinternational.com.

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