The Center for Economic Development (CED) in partnership with the Shasta College DSN, Agriculture, Water, and Environmental Technology with funding from CMTC will host a low-cost Preventive Controls Qualified Individual Training (PCQI). The PCQI training is part of a new set of FSMA requirements for food and beverage manufacturers, and will be a requirement for most food and beverage manufacturers by September 2018. To learn more about the FSMA requirements, visit https://www.fda.gov/Food/GuidanceRegulation/FSMA/default.htm.
The workshop will be taught by the Safe Food Alliance. At the end of the three day training, individuals will be PCQI certified. To learn more about the Safe Food Alliance, visit https://safefoodalliance.com/
COST: $150 normally $750 Thanks to funding from the California Manufacturing Technology Consulting (CMTC), MEP, and the Shasta College DSN, the cost for this training is significantly reduced. This reduced training is a one-time offer and is only open to a limited number of attendees.
Thanks to the Shasta College DSN, a light breakfast will be provided everyday, and lunch will be provided on September 19th and 20th.
For more information or to register contact: Ana Zepeda at email@example.com or Michael Suplita at firstname.lastname@example.org