Learn how to structure effective verification and validation programs to help you improve your food safety processes and programs.

Through 1 hour of lesson content, short exercises, and practical tools, this course breaks down the purpose of verification and validation and gives you the building blocks needed for organizing your programs.

This course includes a printable certificate as a Record of Training Completion.

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Course Details

Is This Training for Me?

This training is designed for anyone who develops or manages food safety programs in a facility.

It is especially beneficial for Quality Managers and other Department Managers.

What’s Included?

  • 1-hour course content
  • Downloadable templates
  • Short exercises
  • Final assessment
  • Training certificate

Topics Covered

Program Organization: 

  • Looking at the Food Safety Calendar
  • Reviews vs Verification


  • Exploring Verification vs Monitoring
  • Inspections and Audits
  • Crisis Prevention
  • Environmental Monitoring 

Validating and Managing Food Safety: 

  • Exploring Validation Programs
  • Critical Limits
  • Management Reviews

After This Training You Will Be Able To:

  • Understand how Verification and Validation relate to other food safety programs
  • Define the purpose for both Verification and Validation
  • Identify specific Verification and Validation activities
  • Understand the differences between Verification and Validation activities
  • Outline the purpose of reviews
  • Complete a product analysis
  • Understand aspects of environmental monitoring

Technical Requirements

To access our online training, you will need:

  • Email account (must be individual)
  • Desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device 

Your device will need to have the following capabilities:

  • Video/audio output
  • High-speed internet connection (minimum speed of 5Mbps recommended)
  • The latest version of one of the following browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge