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Seafood Processing Quality Control Training

KSMSC - 118 Trident Way
Kodiak, Alaska
November 10–19, 2014

Contact: Chris Sannito, csannito@alaska.com

The Seafood Processing Quality Control (SPQC) training program will combine theoretical knowledge from classroom lectures with practical experience gained through pilot plant and laboratory activities to build the professional expertise required of individuals seeking Alaska seafood industry jobs in quality control, processing, and product development. The program is also designed to broaden professional skills and overall knowledge in the areas of seafood safety, quality and processing of individuals already employed by the sector. Concepts will be demonstrated in the planned hands-on activities in order to create an opportunity for attendees to practice routine quality control procedures, experiment with development of novel seafood products, and operate pilot-scale processing equipment.

This program is sponsored by Icicle Seafoods, University of Alaska, Technical Vocational Education Program (TVEP), and Alaska Sea Grant

Maximum workshop capacity is 16 participants. The registration fee is $880.00 and includes lunches, coffee break refreshments, and course materials. A HACCP class will be held in Kodiak November 20–21. Participants in the SPQC training may register for the HACCP class at a 50% discount. To receive the discount enter quality14 in the registration code box.