Here are the five modules to complete the Dairy Foods Safety Certificate. Once you complete this certificate you will get credit for 2-5 modules of the Basic Dairy Production Certificate.
MODULE 1: Intro to Dairy Production and Processing Industry
Module 1 is intended to be an overview of our U.S. dairy industry from farm to table, and to give context to where the dairy processing sector fits in the total dairy supply chain.
MODULE 8: Current Good Manufacturing Practices
Module 8 is focused on good manufacturing practices we employ every day in our processing plants.
MODULE 10: Food Safety Systems and Culture
In module 10, we will look at food safety systems through background, history and definitions.
MODULE 11: Regulations and Standards for Dairy
In module 11, we will look at the regulatory environment for the dairy industry.
MODULE 15: Supply Chain Management for Non-Dairy Ingredients
In module 15, we will look at a broad array of non-dairy ingredients that, when added to milk, help us make delicious and safe dairy products like yogurt, ice cream, cheese and more!
If you've completed the Essential Certificate, you would only need to complete one to four additional modules to earn targeted micro certificates.
Conversely, if you've completed any of the micro certificates first, you would get credit for 2-5 modules of the fundamental 12 modules already completed.
And any modules you complete will be applied towards the full Advanced Certificate.
Qualified Individual Micro Certificate. Modules 8 & 10. GMPs and Food Safety Systems and Culture. These modules are needed by all plant personnel and can be repeated annually to meet FSMA refresher training requirements for Food Hygiene and Food Safety. The certificate would be perfect for new hires and annual refresher training for all plant workers.