Pre-event Short Courses
Pre-IFT Short Courses have a proven record of success. Nearly 500 professionals attended the eleven 2015 courses below rating them 4.39 out of a possible 5.00--the highest satisfaction rating in 14 years! Short Courses offer in-depth, practical education with only a modest investment of time.
Short Courses include:
- Certified Food Scientist Prep Course (July 10-11)
- 出口美国食品安全 (Presented only in Mandarin Chinese) (July 11)
- Flavor Interactions in Foods (July 10-11)
- Food Science for the Non-Food Scientist (July 10-11)
- Innovation with Healthier Oils & Grains: Solutions to Meet Changing Policies and Demands (July 10-11)
- Integrating Risk-based Preventive Controls into your HACCP Program (July 9-11)
- Labeling Requirements and Implications for Foods Marketed in the U.S. (July 10-11)
- Leveraging Consumer Research for Product Claims Substantiation (July 10-11)
- Profiting from Traceability (July 11)
- Soy: An Enhancer for Nutrition, Innovation, and Sustainability (July 10-11)
- Strategies to Reduce Sodium: A Collaborative Effort to Bring Together Stakeholders (July 11)
The Pre-IFT16 courses will be held July 15-16, 2016 at Chicago’s Palmer House Hilton. Approximately ten courses, one to two days in length, will be held, including a mix of new and previously held successful offerings. Have an idea for a new short course? Download and return the proposal form by September 15, 2015.
Some of the factors considered when choosing courses include.
- How proposed course meets the needs of IFT’s members and customer base.
- If applicable, success metrics of previously-held educational events with similar content.
- Course length. IFT courses two days or longer historically attract 55% more registrants than shorter courses.
- Number of instructors needed to deliver course. IFT prefers eight or fewer.
For more information contact George Miller, Director of Knowledge & Learning Experiences at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-604-0263.