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#1 tsmith7858

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Posted 10 September 2009 - 12:59 PM

The link is to Purdue University training modules for food safety and HACCP. It looks like a good basic training for anyone new to the topics or looking to set up training.

http://www.ag.purdue...pgmp/index.html



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#2 Zeeshan

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Posted 11 September 2009 - 02:53 AM

Great link tsmith7858!

Thanks for sharing. :smarty:

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Posted 11 September 2009 - 07:55 AM

The link is to Purdue University training modules for food safety and HACCP. It looks like a good basic training for anyone new to the topics or looking to set up training.

http://www.ag.purdue...pgmp/index.html

Oustanding 'Free' food safety primer TS. I've pinned it to make it easier to find for the uninitiated. I think perhaps a forum for training specific topics might be an idea for the future.

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#4 Zeeshan

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Posted 12 September 2009 - 04:59 AM

Oustanding 'Free' food safety primer TS. I've pinned it to make it easier to find for the uninitiated. I think perhaps a forum for training specific topics might be an idea for the future.

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Simon


Dear Simon,

I have seen a good feature on a forum which I would like to have on IFSQN too. They have an organized searchable list of all the documents which their members have posted since inauguration of the forum. It contains links to sample documents, presentations and reference materials.

IFSQN members since start have contributed a lot of material which, IMO, should be available at one place where any member can search and find useful one at any time.

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 08:35 PM

Dear Simon,

I have seen a good feature on a forum which I would like to have on IFSQN too. They have an organized searchable list of all the documents which their members have posted since inauguration of the forum. It contains links to sample documents, presentations and reference materials.

IFSQN members since start have contributed a lot of material which, IMO, should be available at one place where any member can search and find useful one at any time.

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Apologies for the late response Zeeshan. This is a very good idea, Charles C had the same idea a while ago. The reason it never really got off the ground is because it is a big, big job to do initially and keep up to date. There is a new version of the forum software available with lot's of new features I will be upgrading in the next few weeks and maybe it will have something that will help us in this area. I willl keep you posted.

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Check out IFSQN’s extensive library of FREE food safety videos
https://www.ifsqn.com/food_safety_videos.html

 

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#6 Abdul Qudoos

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 06:09 AM

Greetings, Simon: Education, Training & Development - nice to see such a learning forum. TSmith Thanks for sharing the link, i really liked the training modules how it made and planned in a clear simple English, can be thought to anyone in food chain and other interested parties.I have a question: Can qualified instructor from any food organization can adopt this training material as a part of internal training? Is he authorized to give an award/certificate to an employee? (as shown in attachment).

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#7 Simon

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 09:31 AM

Greetings, Simon: Education, Training & Development - nice to see such a learning forum. TSmith Thanks for sharing the link, i really liked the training modules how it made and planned in a clear simple English, can be thought to anyone in food chain and other interested parties.I have a question: Can qualified instructor from any food organization can adopt this training material as a part of internal training? Is he authorized to give an award/certificate to an employee? (as shown in attachment).

Yes Abdul, I thought there was enough discussion on the subject to warrant breaking it out into it's own forum. Where there has been quite a lot of interest and discussion on a particular topic area I am happy to create a dedicated forum, so feel free to suggest.

Can qualified instructor from any food organization can adopt this training material as a part of internal training? Is he authorized to give an award/certificate to an employee? (as shown in attachment).

No matter if the training is designed and delivered 'in house' I don't see any problem with issuing a certificate of attendance, stating what, when, who, where and why training was carried out. In fact it is very important for the company and the delegate.

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#8 Abdul Qudoos

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 11:28 AM

Yes Abdul, I thought there was enough discussion on the subject to warrant breaking it out into it's own forum. Where there has been quite a lot of interest and discussion on a particular topic area I am happy to create a dedicated forum, so feel free to suggest.


No matter if the training is designed and delivered 'in house' I don't see any problem with issuing a certificate of attendance, stating what, when, who, where and why training was carried out. In fact it is very important for the company and the delegate.

Regards,
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Many thanks for the quick reply, I really appreciate the response and the time taken to deliver.
I am happy to be a part of IFSQN Member. I have designed and delivered many / unlimited trainings but without issuance of certificate of attendance.
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