This 2-day Train-the-Trainer program, being held in conjunction with the 2004 FMI May Show, will focus on educating workshop participants on how to become an effective trainer. Materials provided include the SuperSafeMark Best Practices to Food safety and Sanitation Guide, the Supervisor's Guide, the Quick Reference Guide, Trainer's Kit and CD-Roms containing all PowerPoint Slides for customization. The instructor for this workshop is Dr. David McSwane, a respected member of academia and the food safety community and an author of the training material.
All training material. Meals (continental breakfast (continental, lunch and two breaks).
Who Should Attend:
Training personnel, managers and others who are responsible for their company's food safety training and those who will be conducting food safety training courses.
Is Media Allowed?
Continuing Education Information:
General Hotel Information:
Sleeping room arrangements have been made at the Hilton Garden Inn, 815 14th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005, at a rate of $149.00/nightly. Phone 1-202-783-7800 or 1-800-471-6153 to make hotel reservations. Mention the "Food Marketing Institute Meeting" room block when making your reservation. The hotel reservation cut-off date is Monday, February 23, 2004.
Special Airfares and Car Rental Discounts
FMI has negotiated airfare and car rental discounts for attendees of this event. Please see the below information to take advantage of our special rates!
Select the lowest promotional airfare that's right for you ... You can obtain an additional 5% off the lowest applicable fare, including first class, or choose 10% off unrestricted coach fares! Additional bonus discounts are available if you purchase your ticket 60 days or more prior to your departure date. Or you may choose area/zone pricing which offers set airfare prices based upon geographical locations.
This exceptional offer is available to FMI conference participants only, through these toll-free numbers:
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