Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) are critical to improve food safety with all produce. Great training skills will increase retention of the information so employees can consistently improve food safety. This program is designed to provide Fieldworker Food Safety Information and make the trainer aware of their presentation skills so they can become a more effective communicator.
- Learn how GAPs fit into the Food Safety Plan
- Learn why Harvesters are the highest risk to Food Safety AND the number one defense as well
- Learn how to effectively deliver Food Safety training
- Receive all the materials you need to deliver training in both Spanish and English
What You'll Learn
- General Good Agricultural Practices
- Food Safety Requirements of the Grower and/or Farm Labor Contractor
- Best practices of when, where, and how to train Food Safety GAPs
- Fundamental Communication Principles
- Combining informative, persuasive, and how-to approaches to increase retention
- Key elements of great communication and training failures
- Effective ways to communicate Food Safety information
Who Should Attend
- Growers, Farm Labor Contractors, Supervisors, Safety Supervisors/Coordinators, or anyone who will be delivering Food Safety training to fieldworkers.
Dates & Times
August 3, 2021
English Class - 8:00am-12:00pm
Spanish Class 1:00pm-5:00pm
Online - Details shared after registration.
$99 for individual class, or $179 to take both Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and Pesticide Safety classes (includes training materials, resources, and certificate)
Call 559.243.7530 with questions or requests for private corporate training.