Proper food defense training protects the food supply from causing public health harm and your business from lost revenue, lawsuits, increased turnover, negative brand publicity, and more. In partnership with the leading authority on food defense, the Food Protection and Defense Institute at the University of Minnesota (FPDI), Alchemy Academy proudly offers a robust library of food defense training solutions. With affordable eLearning options for every employee, our entire catalog uses expert instruction to help professionals grow in their careers, meet FSMA and GFSI scheme (e.g. BRC, SQF, FSSC 22000) food defense requirements, and work toward compliance – keeping themselves and their consumers safe.
Food Defense Manager
A Food Defense Plan is the foundation of your food defense system. This online curriculum takes you step-by-step through drafting, maintaining, and improving your operation’s Food Defense Plan. In the end, you’ll walk away with a better understanding of the purpose of a robust food defense program and best practices for implementation. This course satisfies the training requirement in 21 CFR 121.4(c)(2) of the Intentional Adulteration (IA) Rule as well as GFSI scheme (e.g. BRC, SQF, FSSC 22000) food defense requirements.
Food Defense Supervisor Awareness (English & Spanish)
Building off fundamental food defense concepts, Food Defense Supervisor Awareness offers front line food workers, their supervisors, and key stakeholders an expansive overview of food defense roles and activities, as well as the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Complete with interactive exercises and applicable case studies presented in English and Spanish, this curriculum satisfies the training requirement in 21 CFR 121.4 (b)(2) of the IA Rule.
Food Defense in 15
This brief online module teaches employees working at actionable process steps, and their supervisors, how to detect, report, and record intentional adulteration threats. Empower your frontline workers with a deeper understanding of fundamental food defense concepts and their role in your facility’s Food Defense Plan. This course satisfies the 21 CFR 121.4(B)(2) training requirement.