The Microbiology for Food and Beverage Plants course is an introduction to microorganisms found in food processing, their impact, and how to control their growth. The course is a foundation for the specific microbe control training courses, and it is recommended that it is completed before any of the more advanced courses.
The fundamental principles are explained in a concise way to explain the types of microorganisms important to food and beverage manufacturing, the conditions they need to grow and how, through altering these conditions, their growth can be controlled.
Employees in food and beverage production areas
Learners who intend to take the Specific Microbe Hygiene Academy courses
Each of the three modules has its own objectives. By the end of the series, learners will understand:
The naming and types of microorganisms
The benefits of microorganisms
The impact they have on food and beverage production