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#1 sonora

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Posted 23 March 2016 - 02:31 AM

I really wish  to make training on food safety more interesting and inter active .


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#2 Tony-C

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Posted 23 March 2016 - 05:08 AM

Hi Sonora,

 

:welcome:

 

I think encouraging student participation is important, asking questions before giving answers to get people thinking.

 

I also like to show some gore:

 

10 of the most disgusting things discovered in food

 

This one is my favourite from the link above:

 

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Kind regards,

 

Tony

 

 


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Posted 23 March 2016 - 07:57 AM

Maybe you can try incorporating 3-5 minute workshops that are fun? We normally have 1 or 2 games and reward the winning group to keep the participants interested.

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Posted 23 March 2016 - 11:41 AM

Hi Sonora,

 

I like both Tony-C and Dj.E's ideas. We actually do something similar to Dj.E's advice. We give out prizes for lightning rounds (Alchemy training system). If you are using pen/paper or powerpoint type training, you can ask 10 or 15 questions. Whoever gets the most answers right gets a prize. You can do this verbally or by quiz. Alchemy is neat because it does that for you, and at the end of the session, you know who wins. People get competitive and you can tell they are more interested in the training process.

 

 

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Posted 23 March 2016 - 11:45 AM

Hi Sonora,

 

:welcome:

 

I think encouraging student participation is important, asking questions before giving answers to get people thinking.

 

I also like to show some gore:

 

10 of the most disgusting things discovered in food

 

This one is my favourite from the link above:

 

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Kind regards,

 

Tony

 

 

Hi Tony,

 

I took a look at the link you provided. I can't imagine eating food and finding one of those "surprises". I might incorporate something like that into future training topics. Gross, but useful!

 

 

QAGB


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Posted 23 March 2016 - 11:53 AM

Currently I've been using a "dated" training video where they show bad practices. Its so corny that people actually pay attention to it, then a week later follow up with a short quiz. 


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#7 Anika

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Posted 23 March 2016 - 02:24 PM

We did 'jeopardy' one year, this year, there were cookies(nut free of course). More visual, less words, making it a competition between departments when asking questions, all these could make it fun.


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Posted 24 March 2016 - 04:21 PM

More as a method of competency assessment or as part of the training, I've used Clicklearner in the past.  No idea of the cost but this is their website:

 

http://www.clicklearner.co.uk/

 

Basically you take real video then you can set up "clicks" when you want someone to click a mouse to record they've seen something.  The way we used it was to show good and bad practice on GMP and you "click" when you saw bad practice then it would show you your score at the end.  It's a bit like "spot the error" pictures but real life in a place they know.  One thing is that you will need someone who can go in and take video without everyone correcting the practices they would normally do, so having your Technical Manager with a camera isn't going to work...


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#9 Polin

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Posted 13 December 2016 - 08:06 AM

Hello

 

is there any excersise, link, photo or suggestion for refresh training in GMP in food packaging??

 

thank you in advance

 

Polin


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