Seafood Processing Quality Control Training
UAF Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center - 118 Trident Way
November 10–19, 2014
Contact: Chris Sannito, firstname.lastname@example.org • 907-486-1500
The Seafood Processing Quality Control (SPQC) training program includes classroom lectures and hands-on activities in the KSMSC pilot plant and laboratory to build the expertise required by seafood quality control professionals. The program is designed to broaden skills and overall knowledge in the areas of seafood safety, regulatory requirements, sanitation, sensory analysis and other topics for salmon and whitefish (see link to agenda). Participation from major state and federal agencies will be included.
Maximum workshop capacity is 32 participants. The registration fee is $800.00 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.
- Agenda (topics and speakers) [pdf; 312kb]
- Travel information (hotel and airline)
- Map to KSMSC [pdf; 392kb]
- HACCP class – November. 20–21