FSPCA- Lead Instructor Application

Added by Virginia Jaquish • Last updated February 14, 2023
Author: FSPCA
Type: People
Topic: General (PCHF), Preventive Controls for Human Foods (PCHF)
Language: English

Qualifications to become a Lead Instructor 

Selection Criteria

Education: Applicants must have at least 30 semester hours in one or a combination of the following sciences; food science/technology; chemistry; microbiology/ veterinary science; animal science; public health; environmental health; or related scientific fields that provided knowledge directly related to the human or animal food industry.

Work Experience: Applicants must have at least five years of food safety work experience in or with the human or animal food industry, e.g., food processing, packaging, handling facilities, corporate food safety function; food safety consulting or laboratory; food testing; food safety auditing; food safety training and education; food safety regulatory work (inspections, policy development, compliance work); or other related experience.

Food Safety Training Experience: Applicants must identify specific courses/programs in which they have participated in an instructor capacity.The committee will determine relevance of the experience and may consider:HACCP Instruction experience; combinations of different food/food safety courses (including feed); academic teaching experience.



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Added by Luke LaBorde • Last updated February 11, 2020
Type: Videos
Topic: General (PCHF); Preventive Controls for Human Foods (PCHF); General (PSR); Produce Safety Rule (PSR)