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Introducing Silliker University: Your Path to Success

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Picture this…. you've been hired as your company's new quality assurance (QA) supervisor. You have some job experience, but there are many things you still don't know about food safety and quality. Some things you'll learn on the job, but perhaps not enough to help you look to the future. If you're unsure what you need to know, you might search for random topics on Google, such as HACCP, PCQI, and Sanitation. However, it's essential to consider whether these topics are relevant to your position and can help you advance your career.

Mérieux NutriSciences has recognized the need for a comprehensive and flexible professional development program specifically designed for those working at each level in the food industry. We've taken the guesswork out of what you need to know. 

What is the Silliker Food Safety and Quality Professional Program? It is a collection of specially curated eLearning and live instructor-led courses. This three-tiered professional development program was designed to train the current and next generation of food safety and quality professionals and help them advance in their careers. 

  • Level I courses are geared towards those new to the food industry or working as line technicians. They cover the general basics of food safety and quality.

  • Level II courses are designed for individuals new to supervisory positions and those who want to enhance their knowledge and advance to the next level in their professional endeavors.

  • Level III courses are geared towards those on the managerial track, either aspiring to be company managers or looking to further their knowledge and move to the next level in their careers.

You can complete all courses at your own pace. Level I should be completed within a year, while levels II and III have a 2-year completion period.

Contact us for more information about Mérieux NutriSciences' (MXNS) Silliker Food Safety and Quality Professional Development Program.

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