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Hazard Analysis and Preventive Controls for Feed Online Training

Application of HACCP Principles to build a FSMA food safety plan

Register for the Course

The course is usually offered 3 times a year (January, June, & September). You can find information about course dates and registration at www.feedhaccp.org.

Current Offering

The Spring 2018 course will be offered from January 29 – March 23, 2018. Registration is now open. You can register for the course at the TAMU Marketplace.


$550 per participant
(includes textbook & materials)

The course fee includes the course text, HACCP: A Systematic Approach to Food Safety and access to an interactive course Web site. An electronic copy of the Preventive Controls for Animal Food participant manual developed by the Food Safety Preventive. Students completing course assignments earn a Texas A&M University Certificate of Completion with an International HACCP Alliance seal, and members of the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists are eligible to earn 8 continuing education units. The course may be taken for graduate credit by students enrolled in the Texas A&M Regulatory Science program. The course meets the requirement prescribed within the FDA rule: Current Good Manufacturing Practices Hazard Analysis and Risk Based Preventive Controls for Food for Animals.

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