Trainer's Guide to Food Safety and Sanitation

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9780130648303: Trainer's Guide to Food Safety and Sanitation
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The Trainer's Guide to Food Safety and Sanitation consists of 11 complete food safety-training sessions. Included are:

1. A trainer's guide manual.

2. Three compact disks:

a. CD1: 16-Hour Training Sessions

b. CD2: 8-Hour Training Sessions

c. CD3: Image Bank.

In order for this food safety training to be effective, all participants must have a copy of, and read either:

  • Essentials of Food Safety and Sanitation, 4th Edition, or
  • Food Safety Fundamentals: Essentials of Food Safety and Sanitation.

The information you will be presenting to your participants in the slides is taken directly from the information in these books. In fact, the footer of each slide contains page references to each of these books. The participants will also need one of these books for the Food Safety Review at the end of each session.

It is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the content of each session before you begin your training. Although the PowerPoint® slides the participants will be viewing contain the most vital food safety information, the slide may not contain all the information on a specific topic.

It is your responsibility, as the trainer; to deliver any information your organization believes to be important that is contained in the text and not on the slides. For that reason, the slide shows are fully customizable (See Appendix E for information on how to customize your slide shows).

16-hour vs. 8-hour Trainings

  • Training Time:
    • 16-hour training
  • Recommended Textbook
    • Essentials of Food Safety and Sanitation, 4e
  • Certification Type
    • New Certification

  • Training Time:
    • 8-hour training
  • Recommended Textbook
    • Food Safety Fundamentals: Essentials of Food Safety and Sanitation
  • Certification Type
    • Recertification

The trainer's guide manual can be used effectively for both 16-hour and 8-hour trainings. Although the 16-hour training is recommended for individuals seeking food safety certification, an 8-hour slide show has been developed for a faster review of only the most essential of food safety information. Sample agendas for both the 16-hour and 8-hour trainings can be found in Appendix A.

The 8-hour slide show was developed by “hiding” specific slides contained in the 16-hour training. These slides can be easily “un-hidden” if you want to customize your own 8-hour training. A full list of the hidden slides and information on how to “un-hide” slides can be found in Appendix B. Consult your Microsoft PowerPoint® Users Guide for additional information on this technique. Additionally, due to the reduced time to present the material, you may choose to eliminate some of the Case Studies and Training Activities.

Trainer's Guide Manual

The Trainer's Guide to Food Safety and Sanitation consists of 11 training sessions.

1. Food Safety and Sanitation Management.

2. Hazards to Food Safety.

3. Factors that Affect Foodborne Illness.

4. Following the Food Product Flow.

5. The Hazard Analyses Critical Control Point (HACCP) System: A Safety Assurance Process.

6. Facilities, Equipment, and Utensils.

7. Cleaning and Sanitizing Operations.

8. Environmental Sanitation and Maintenance.

9. Accident Prevention and Crisis Management.

10. Education and Training.

11. Food Safety Regulations.

The trainer's guide manual (this book) is comprised of:

  • Lesson pages which consist of:
    • A picture of the slide the participants will be viewing
    • Additional relevant information on the topic that has been bulleted for easy reference during instruction
    • Case Studies (not included on every slide) that review a real-life scenario with the participant
    • Training Activities (not included on every slide) that allow for hands-on, interactive learning
  • Food Safety Review that refers back to the textbook for:
    • Summary of the session
    • Additional case studies
    • Discussion questions
    • Sample test questions

Lesson Pages/Slide Types

Throughout each training session you will encounter four different types of lesson pages/slide types. These include:

1. Session Introduction (1 slide)

  • This is where you will do your training session setup and give an overview of the information that will be presented to your participant. Each session introduction slide has:
    • A session overview of the topics to be discussed in the session
    • Session objectives that review what the participant should get out of the session (Learning Objectives)
    • Suggested timelines for both the 16-hour and 8-hour trainings
    • A list of Essential Terms.

Essential terms are definable terms the participant will need to have a complete understanding of in order to be successful

The Essential Terms are identified on the appropriate pages throughout the Trainer's Guide Manual

2. Training Slides (multiple slides)

  • These are the slides you will use during the training session to help you convey difficult concepts to your participants
  • The information has been broken down into short phrases or bulleted lists allowing you easy access to the key points
  • Your participants will only see the information contained on the slide
  • It is up to you to get the additional information contained on the lesson page across to your participant.

3. Food Safety Review (1 slide)

  • Use the Food Safety Review slide to review the important information from the session with your participants. The reviews can be found at the end of each corresponding chapter in the books Essentials of Food Safety and Sanitation, 4e and/or Food Safety Fundamentals: Essentials of Food Safety and Sanitation.

4. Spread the Word (1 slide)

  • This slide highlights important concepts/practices that are useless unless put into practice at each individual food establishment. Stress to the participant to take back the points contained in these slides to the store level and put them into practice by the entire foodservice team.

Compact Discs

The Trainer's Kit contains three compact discs:

1. CD1: 16-Hour Training Sessions

2. CD2: 8-Hour Training Sessions

3. CD3: Image Bank.

In order to view and customize the slide shows, you must own a copy of Microsoft PowerPoint® and have it installed on your computer.

Microsoft PowerPoint® Slide Shows: Viewing, Installation & Customization (Appendix E)

The PowerPoint® Training Sessions can be run from the enclosed Compact Disc (CD) (CD No. 1: 16-hour Training Sessions or CD No. 2: 8-hour Training Sessions) or downloaded onto your computer's hard drive and run from there. In order to run the training sessions on your computer you need to have Microsoft PowerPoint® installed on your computer.

Running PowerPoint® Training Sessions from the enclosed CDs:

1) Insert Compact Disc (CD No. 1: 16-hour Training Sessions or CD No. 2: 8-hour Training Sessions) into your computer's CD-ROM drive.

2) Click on the “Start” button in the bottom left corner of the screen.

3) Click on “Run.”

4) Type the name of the drive you are using (usually the “D” drive) and a colon, i.e., “D:”

5) A screen will appear that shows all the folders on the CD:

  • Session 1
  • Session 2
  • Session 3
  • Session 4
  • Session 5
  • Session 6
  • Session 7
  • Session 8
  • Session 9
  • Session 10
  • Session 11
  • A “Read Me” file.

6) Double-click on the training session you want to open.

7) To run the training session as a slide show:

  • Click on View
  • Click on Slide Show
  • Or press F5.

Installing the Training Sessions onto Your Computer

Before beginning installation, it is suggested all other programs be closed. Before you attempt to install the training sessions on your computer, it is suggested you carefully read all the instructions first, then follow the instructions as you install your new PowerPoint® Training Sessions onto your computer.

1. Insert Compact Disc (CD No. 1: 16-hour Training Sessions, or CD No. 2: 8-hour Training Sessions) into your computer's CD-ROM drive.

2. Click on the “Start” button in the bottom left corner of the screen.

3. Click on “Run.”

4. Type the name of the drive you are using (usually the “D” drive) and a colon, i.e., “D:”

5. A screen will appear that shows all of the folders on the CD:

  • Session 1
  • Session 2
  • Session 3
  • Session 4
  • Session 5
  • Session 6
  • Session 7
  • Session 8
  • Session 9
  • Session 10
  • Session 11
  • A “Read Me” file.

6. Double-click on the training session you want to save to your hard drive. This will open the file.

7. Click on File.

8. Click on Save As.

9. Open the directory (or create a directory) where you want to save the file.

10. Click Save.

Creating a Directory (Optional)

It is suggested you create a directory on your computer to house your new PowerPoint® Training Sessions. To do this, follow the...

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