We don’t normally do course announcements, but I’ve got a soft spot for the Dutch and this colleague was persistent.
Advanced course, Management of Microbiological Hazards in Foods
Organised by: The Graduate School VLAG, in co-operation with The European Chair in Food Safety Microbiology
Date: Mon 6 March 2017 until Fri 10 March 2017
Venue: Wageningen, The Netherlands
The seventeenth edition of the international advanced course on Management of Microbiological Hazards in Foods addresses both success stories in food safety and problems remaining to be dealt with as, indeed, foodborne illnesses are a continuing problem worldwide food industry, including primary production, manufacturers, retailers and food service. The roles of different stakeholders, how food safety assurance can be achieved, which problems are to be prevented and in particular what knowledge is essential in managing the production of safe foods will be prominent topics in this course.
Anyone working or studying in/for a role in academia, industry or government associated to food safety management who wishes to update their knowledge and interact with key experts willing to share their experience. Participants may be graduates in (Food) Microbiology, Food Technology, Food Science, Food Chemistry, Veterinary Sciences or Medicine, as well as in related areas of science or with equivalent expertise.
Netherlands: Course: Management of microbiological hazards in foods
VLAG Graduate School