JIFSAN and U.S. FDA trainers conducted a Train-the-Trainer program on Good Aquacultural Practices (GAqP) this September in Jakarta, Indonesia. JIFSAN partnered with the Republic of Indonesia Fish Quarantine and Inspection Agency to train 32 participants on improved aquacultural practices.
JIFSAN partnered with the U.S. FDA and the Indonesia Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Fish Quarantine and Inspection Agency (FQIA) to conduct a Train-the-Trainer program on Good Fishing Vessel Practices (GFvP). The five-day program took place in Jakarta, Indonesia and was successful in training 26 Indonesian participants. Most of the trainees are members of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries and/or the FQIA.
The CSPF training team traveled to Bangkok, Thailand from November 5-9, 2013. The program sponsors included the Department of Food Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, King Mongkutt’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), and the National Food Institute (NFI) in Thailand.
The FIT program training team traveled directly from Malaysia to Shenzhen, China to deliver another FIT program from October 9-14 in collaboration with the China Inspection and Quarantine Association and the Certification and Accreditation Administration.
Phase II of the Food Safety and Supply Chain Management for Spices and Botanical Ingredients program was delivered in Maryland and Mississippi for participants selected from the 2012 pilot program in India.