Training & Employee Development 


SLCC Workforce Training and Employee Development offers a variety of open-access learning options designed to increase productivity and efficiency skills. These universal business topics develop skills that apply to multiple levels in any industry. Send one or an entire team to develop the common language of efficiency for your organization. Ask about bringing any of these trainings to your organization with a minimum of 10 participants. 


FSmA 101 - Food safety modernization act 

May 28 | 10 a.m. | Online | FREE

FSMA is the most sweeping reform of FDA’s food safety authority in more than 70 years. This act gives FDA new and enhanced mandates and authorities to protect consumers and promote public health by shifting the focus from responding to foodborne illness to preventing it.

Producers of food and beverages will be required to comply with these sweeping regulations and update their Good Manufacturing Practices of GMP’s. The law applies  to all food and dairy processors who manufacture products that are not regulated by  USDA FSIS (meat and poultry). The law also applies to food importers, manufacturers of pet food and animal feed and farms that grow fruits and vegetables.


June 16 - 18 or Aug. 4 - 6 | 2.5 Days | Online | $849 per person (includes materials)

All FDA Regulated Food and Beverage Facilities are required to have a Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI) on site to prepare and oversee implementation of the facility’s Food Safety Plan in compliance with FSMA requirements.

 Participants will learn the requirements of the Preventive Controls for Human Food regulation of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). This rule requires food facilities to have a food safety plan in place that includes an analysis of hazard and risk-based preventive controls to minimize or prevent the identified hazards. FSMA gives the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) broad new powers to prevent food safety problems, safety problems, detect and respond to food safety issues, and improve the safety of imported foods.

Employment Law for managers

June 17 - 18 | 10 - 11:30 a.m. | WebEx | $149 per person

The corona virus has created many unique challenges for our business leaders and teams.  Supervisors managers and executives have the most day-to-day interaction with employees, but often know the least about employment laws.  This places a significant amount of a company’s legal liability in the hands of those least prepared for it. The best way to minimize your company’s liability is to give leaders the information they need to understand and make everyday employment decisions. 

Join Attorney Jonathan Driggs for this fast-paced, online course with realistic scenarios to learn how to navigate the employment law changes created by this pandemic. 

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