eHACCP.org is currently improving its platform for a better online HACCP training and certification experience
eHACCP.org is constantly reinvesting in its courses and LMS to ensure that our students have the best possible experience at the lowest cost.
HAWKESBURY, ON, CANADA, July 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — eHACCP.org, a private food safety resource company located in Hawkesbury that specializes in online HACCP training and certification as well as other courses and began updating its food safety training content and technology for the year.
“We have updated all of our courses; re-telling, translating and adding even more interactive and engaging content to our courses while increasing our customers’ access to new templates and resources to help our students not only complete their courses and certifications, but also to excel in their work environment,” explained Stephen Sockett, owner and operator of eHACCP.org. “The first half of 2022 has been very busy for us, as we now offer courses in Spanish and Portuguese and we are working on translating our courses into French,” said Sockett. “The additional investment in improving our online courses should continue to satisfy our corporate customers and ensure that more people are properly trained in food safety,” added Sockett.
“Over the years, we have found that the time, convenience and cost savings that our online courses provide are truly appreciated by our customers. There are significant costs to be incurred when choosing to obtain HACCP certification in the classroom, including generally higher registration fees, travel, accommodation and time wasted in the workplace,” said explained Mr. Sockett. “The benefits of classroom learning can now be replicated in the online setting. Increased bandwidth and technological advancements allow us to offer enhancements to our e-learning platforms for the convenience and benefit of our customers. We like to keep innovating and improving our customer experience and results,” added Mr. Sockett.
“We expect our nine food safety courses to be completely revamped and translated by the end of calendar year 2022,” said Sockett. “As we invest and improve our product offerings, the company remains committed to keeping our course registration fees flat for 2022. We have been able to invest in product and content development thanks to our revenue growth “, explained Mr. Sockett. “Our goal is to have as many people trained in food safety as possible. Food safety remains a global issue and reducing foodborne illness throughout the food industry supply chain is a top priority. There is a huge demand for workers to be properly trained in Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) fully accredited by the International HACCP Alliance,” concluded Sockett.
For more information or to register for ehaccp.org training courses in English or Spanish, please visit www.ehaccp.org and to register for French courses, please contact our lead instructor at [email protected]
Our corporate clients of eHACCP.org receive a 20% discount which applies to the registration of five or more students.
eHACCP.org is an online HACCP training and certification platform providing food safety training to food manufacturers, processors, producers, meat and poultry facilities, storage and distribution of food, water purification facilities and anyone working in the food industry. Our subject matter expert partners come from industry and government to ensure that online training courses meet and exceed the minimum requirements of regulatory entities and industry.
eHACCP.org develops, creates and supports content in association with food safety consultants, USDA and FDA inspectors, university outreach and extension coordinators, veterinarians, biochemists, biologists, business owners and operators, instructional designers and many other professionals whose goal is to develop and create content that promotes the strongest position in food safety for less money.
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