Environmental Monitoring in the Dairy Industry

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Environmental Monitoring in the Dairy Industry

This course is intended to provide users with the knowledge and skills required to develop and implement an Environmental Monitoring Program (EMP) in the food industry. In this course, users will learn alongside virtual dairy processors in a virtual dairy processing facility to simulate on-the-job training. This course is available on-demand, is self-paced, and adapts to the users’ understanding of the materials. These features make the course more manageable by providing users with the flexibility to progress at their own pace with the confidence that they are understanding the material.

How to Register for this Course

  1. Click the Register button above. This will take you to a new webpage.
  2. On the new webpage, click “Add to Cart”
  3. Click “Proceed to Cart.”
  4. Click “Login to Continue Order.”
  5. Login using a Guest account and NOT a UNITY ID account unless you are an NC State University employee. If you already have a Reporter account, click “Guest login.” If not, click “No Account? Sign up here.”
  6. Follow the prompts to purchase the course after logging in. After completing these steps, you’ll receive instruction on how to access the online course in the Moodle Learning Management system.
  7. To access the course, login to reporter.ncsu.edu and click “Access Online Course.”

Highlights

Instructor

Stephanie Maggio

Contact

Stephanie Maggio
Email: samaggio@ncsu.edu

When

Rolling enrollment. This course is offered on an on-demand basis. You may begin it anytime.

Time

This program takes approximately 8 hours to complete.

Cost

$225 USD

  • Dairy processors in North Carolina may take the course at a discounted price. Contact the instructor for more information.

Certificate

Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive a certificate of completion

Technology Requirements

Participants will need a computer with Internet access. The web browser, Google Chrome, is highly recommended.