Registration is open for Alaska Sea Grant’s intensive 40-hour Seafood Processing Quality Control Training taught by Chris Sannito, Seafood Processing Specialist with the Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program. The class includes lectures and hands-on activities and will be held Monday through Friday, November 14-18 at the UAF Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center’s labs and pilot seafood processing plant.
The program is designed to broaden skills and overall knowledge in seafood quality, safety, regulatory requirements, sanitation procedures, sensory analysis, and other QA/QC-related industry topics. Major state and federal agencies will participate. A certificate of achievement will be awarded after completion of the class.
Developed to meet industry needs, the class is designed for current or potential QA/QC professionals in seafood processing plants. Registration fee is $480 and housing at reduced rates is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information or to register, please go to https://seagrant.uaf.edu/map/workshops/2016/seafood-process-quality/