Enroll For #FSMT

Food Safety Management Training for Food Manufacturers

Date: January 9th, 2024
4:00pm (WAT) - 6:00pm (WAT)

 Training Topics:

1. Introduction to Food Safety Principles:
• Understanding the fundamentals of food safety 
• Importance of hygiene in food handling
• Overview of food safety regulations

2. Foodborne Illness and Common Food Contaminants:
• Identifying common foodborne illnesses
• Recognizing and preventing contamination
• Case studies and practical scenarios

 Training Highlights:

• Expert-led sessions on essential food safety principles
• Comprehensive coverage of foodborne illness prevention strategies
• Interactive discussions and real-world case studies
• Q&A sessions for participant engagement
• Certificate of participation for attendees

Who Should Attend?

• Food Manufacturers
• Quality Assurance Professionals
• Production Managers
• Compliance Officers
• Anyone involved in the food manufacturing process

Date: January 9th, 2024
4:00pm (WAT) - 6:00pm (WAT)

Join us for a day of essential insights into food safety management!

Meet Our Faculty

Amanda Deering

Associate Professor of Produce Food Safety
Purdue University

Dr. Amanda Deering obtained her B.S. in Biology and M.S. in Plant Biology from Central Michigan University. She completed her Ph.D. at Purdue University in Food Microbiology and Food Safety specializing in plants and fresh produce.


Dr. Deering’s research focuses on examining internalization of human pathogenic bacteria in plants and various routes of contamination that can contribute to plants harboring pathogenic bacteria. She also works in the development of novel post-harvest sanitizers for the reduction of bacteria on fresh produce.


Dr. Deering works directly with the fresh produce industry and has vast experience with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs), and post-harvest processing operations. She is a lead team member of the Safe Produce Indiana program.


Dr. Deering is a member of the Purdue Afghanistan Team that is re-developing a university system in agriculture in that war-torn country. Dr. Deering along with Dr. Haley Oliver are training students and faculty about food safety and how they can teach others.

Registration: Limited spaces available. Register early to secure your spot.