We all know how important it is to have the proper food safety training, but keeping them in place is easier said than done. For new and old employees, it is hard to remember the latest information in food safety. This week’s web seminar will explore ways that you can retain the food safety knowledge you teach and for your employees to keep that information and be able to practically apply it on the job.
Summary: 3 Areas of Focus to Make Food Safety Training Stick
Low tech or high tech, the results are the same: training often doesn’t stick. Any time you have new employees, or new rules or operating procedures to follow, you want training to transfer to the job. You want to see improved work behaviour and habits. In this presentation you will learn ways to boost knowledge retention and change behaviour by zeroing in on three areas: the learners, the training and the environment. You will learn approaches and techniques to use before, during and after training to help training transfer into behaviour change.
Has this web seminar challenged you to uphold your food safety training at your business?
This is part of the IFSQN webinar series on food safety