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ImEpik PCQI Online
March 12, 2019
An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day Second of the month, repeating until June 12, 2019
Note: You can take this course anytime, anywhere – not only on this date. However, we have a second Tuesday of the month special. USE code 2NDTUESDAY to redeem for 20% off at https://www.imepik.com/product?catalog=PCQI.
ImEpik developed a 20-hour self-paced and fully online PCQI course, which is the first in a FSMA series, designed to prepare Preventive Control Qualified Individuals (PCQIs) for FSMA and the preventive controls for human food rule. The ImEpik PCQI Online course is an interactive, assessment-based online learning environment that trains food-processing employees for the global food manufacturer industry. This course contains material meeting the alternative training allowed in the PCHF rule, plus additional interactive content and ability to take the course at your own pace.
The course supports the learning experience with voice-over-narration, animated videos, sequential content, remediation and interactive exercises complimented by an online study manual covering specific parts of the regulations, cGMPs, and supplementary material for each module.
Working through product-specific case scenarios, trainees are placed in practical plant situations that culminate with development of a food safety plan outline and a comprehensive final examination. With a computer or tablet and an internet connection, the PCQI Online training experience allows professionals to be trained as a food safety qualified individual using a cost-effective online solution that uses strong instructional methods with proven assessment techniques to meet or exceed traditional learning method courses.