Improve Your
Training Game:

How to Hit a Home Run with
Training Assessments


Webinar Length: 1 Hour

The ATD reports companies with comprehensive training programs report a 218% higher income per employee and a 24% higher profit margin!

If you are in manufacturing, processing, or packaging, you probably have some form of training program in place for your frontline employees (and if you don’t – you should!). But is your training program doing its job to prevent incidents, ensure productivity, and retain employees?

Join this webinar with the Safe Quality Food Institute (SQFI) and Alchemy to:

  • Ensure compliance with industry, client, and government regulations
  • Understand the dramatic impact a training program has on your operations
  • Create a comprehensive training and assessment program for your employees

On-Demand Webinar

Featured Panelists

Kristie Grzywinski

Senior Technical Manager, SQFI

Kristie Grzywinski, Senior Technical Manager for the Food Marketing Institute’s Safe Quality Food (SQF) Institute, is responsible for delivering education solutions for SQF professionals, including SQF practitioners, consultants and auditors in support of SQF Institute’s globally-recognized food safety and quality management standard. Grzywinski has made a career of training and education in the foodservice and food manufacturing industries, including 11 years working with the National Restaurant Association’s ServSafe® training program. She is a passionate member of the International Association for Food Protection and the Association for Women in Science.

Holly Mockus

Senior Industry Analyst, Alchemy Systems

Holly has over 30 years of experience in the food industry with companies including ConAgra, Kellogg, and Sara Lee. She has held leadership positions in food safety, quality assurance, sanitation, and plant regulatory affairs. She was honored with the 2013 SQF Outstanding Achievement Award and was named 2016 Food Logistics Champion. Holly is passionate about the importance of training in the food industry.