FSMA Resource Center

Foreign Supplier Verification Program Training Course

Do you import food or food ingredients? If so, you probably fall under the new FDA Law: Food Modernization Act (FSMA).

The law requires that importers of food and food ingredients perform certain activities to verify that food imported into the United States meets applicable U.S. safety standards.


Courses in Minneapolis, MN

  • November 7-8, 2018
  • Hours

    • Day 1: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
    • Day 2: 8:30 am - 2:00 pm

    Location

    Springhill Suites Marriott
    5901 Wayzata Blvd
    Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416

    This class will explain the Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) requirements, your responsibilities as an importer and how to comply with the law.

    Course Includes
    • All course materials: Comprehensive workbook with all of the presentation slides, sample forms, sample food safety plans, lists of resources.
    • Certificate of Completion issued by AFDO, showing that the student was trained under the FDA recognized curriculum.
    • Continental breakfast, lunch, snacks.

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    Price: $799 USD per person

    Register for November 7-8



    Agenda

    • Chapter 1: Context: FSMA and FSVP
    • Chapter 2: Setting the Stage: Building the Foundation for the FSVP Process
    • Chapter 3: Overview of the requirements
    • Chapter 4: Hazard Analysis
    • Chapter 5: Evaluation and Approval of Foreign Supplier
    • Chapter 7: Reevaluation Foreign Supplier Performance
    • Chapter 8: Importer Identification
    • Chapter 9: Importance of Records
    • Chapter 10: FDA Oversight
    • Preventive Controls and Produce Safety Session

    Lead Instructor, Jenifer Kane

    • Is President of the Nobius Food Safety Management Company
    • Has 36 years of experience in the Food Industry
    • Is a Lead Instructor for the FSMA Preventive Controls for Human Food Course, Animal Food Course, and Foreign Supplier Verification Programs.
    • Is a Trainer of Trainer for both the FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food and FSVP.
    • This background is key in developing programs and tools in support of training, consulting and guidance within the food industry and in identifying Food Safety and FSMA training needs.
    • She is actively involved in the FSPCA Alliance as the Chair of the Monitoring and Evaluation Workgroup where she has responsibility for addressing FSPCA instructor delivery and course advertising concerns in support of FSPCA curriculum standards.
    • A graduate of Indiana State University with a BS in Environmental Health and holds an MBA from DePaul University.

    Student Feedback

    I thoroughly enjoyed the course and thought Jenifer was wonderful!

    Jenifer is very knowledgeable and spoke clearly/presented well.

    Loved all the specific examples and opportunity to interact with group exercises.

    Jenifer was amazing at explaining. Gave great examples.

    This class was very informative. Learned a lot. Able to ask questions and get responses. I thoroughly enjoyed the class.