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3 Areas of Focus to Make Food Safety Training Stick

in Food Safety Fridays Webinars
Added by Simon, 22 Nov 2014

Taking place 27 Mar 2015 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM (Single Day Event)


Webinar Description

Low tech or high tech, the results are the same: training often doesn’t stick. Any time you have new employees, or new rules or operating procedures to follow, you want training to transfer to the job. You want to see improved work behaviour and habits. In this presentation you will learn ways to boost knowledge retention and change behaviour by zeroing in on three areas: the learners, the training and the environment. You will learn approaches and techniques to use before, during and after training to help training transfer into behaviour change.

Cost of Attendance: Free

Webinar Presenter

Speaker Bio:
Dr. Brita Ball combines her food science and social science backgrounds to help businesses improve their training effectiveness and food safety culture. She is a food safety specialist and accomplished facilitator and trainer with experience including production, processing, inspection and auditing. Brita holds graduate degrees in food science, and adult learning and leadership from University of Guelph. She has published peer-reviewed articles and presented at international conferences. Brita is a consultant at her own company and an adjunct professor at the University of Guelph. Her research and consulting focuses on food safety culture, management system implementation, leadership and behaviour change.
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Brita Ball, PhD
Principal Consultant
Advancing Food Safety Culture

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