FDA Manufacturing Courses
These courses are currently only available to food safety regulatory professionals employed with a government agency. Please review course pre-requisites prior to applying.
FD202: Conducting Acidified Food InspectionsThis course is designed for FDA investigators, state inspectors, analysts, supervisors, compliance officers or those who are actively engaged in the inspection of acidified food plants or review or take compliance action on inspection reports or analysis. This course is open only to federal, state, or local health department employees.
This intermediate to advanced course provides an overview of 21 CFR Parts 108.25 and 114 Acidified Foods Regulations. It includes process establishment, filing and schedules; process delivery and documentation; process deviations; container and closure integrity; and, assistance to small manufacturers.
- August 14 - 18, 2023
FD219: Juice HACCPParticipants will learn how to apply the HACCP regulation – 21 CFR 120 in juice processing to determine compliance with the regulation and the FD&C Act, determine whether a firm has implemented prerequisite programs (GMPs, SSOPs), determine whether a firm’s processes control significant food safety hazards through the participant conducting their own hazard analysis, evaluate a juice HACCP plan or the controls in place, determine if the firm is implementing the plan and sanitation monitoring, and document objectionable conditions.
This course complies fulfill training requirements established in the FDA Compliance Program Guidance Manual for those conducting domestic processor and importer juice HACCP inspections