AFIA and K-State offer online education program

April 26, 2013
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ARLINGTON, Va. — Increasingly, food and feed quality and safety are hot button issues requiring the feed and pet food industries to prepare and respond to the upcoming Food Safety Modernization Act. In response, AFIA and Kansas State University are offering AFIA 520 — “Advanced Feed Safety and Quality Assurance Protocols” completely online.

The course was developed by K-State’s Department of Grain Science and Industry and North Carolina State University’s Department of Poultry Science along with leading industry experts to provide training and understanding of the industry’s increasingly complex requirements for quality and safety.

“Not only is safe food and safe feed customer driven, it is also driven by a need to comply with the upcoming Food Safety Modernization Act,” says Keith Epperson, AFIA vice president of manufacturing and training. “Our industry has a clear focus to understand the requirements and be actively involved in compliance.”

The course starts on May 20, 2013, and will last for five weeks with participants working at their own pace and engaging in online discussion. The cost is $499 for AFIA members and $685 for non-members. Size is limited to 50 participants so early registration is recommended. Visit www.afia.org to register.

More information is available by contacting AFIA’s Keith Epperson at kepperson@afia.org or K-State’s Brandi Miller, distance education coordinator for the Department of Grain Science, at bmiller@ksu.edu.

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