July 6th, 2017

FSPCA Preventive Controls Animal Foods Training, September 2017, Tulare, CA

Preventive Controls Animal FoodsEarn a Certificate of Preventive Controls Animal Foods from Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance

Class Schedule

Price includes the Preventive Controls handbook, certificate from FSPCA, lunch and snacks.

WHEN Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 7:30 AM – Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PDT)

Attendees must be present for all 20-hours of class.

  • Thursday, Sept 28, 2017: 7:30am-5pm
  • Friday, Sept 29, 2017:  7:30am-5pm
  • Saturday, Sept 30, 2017:  7:30am-1pm

WHERE: COS Tulare Center, 4999 E Bardsley Ave, Room B-223, Tulare, CA 93274


Materials covered in Preventive Controls Animal Foods

  • Regulatory Overview and Introduction to the Rule
  • Current Good Manufacturing Practices
  • Animal Food Safety Hazards
  • Food Safety Plans
  • Hazard Analysis and Preventive Controls Determination
  • Required Preventive Control Management Components
  • Process Preventive Controls
  • Sanitation Preventive Controls
  • Supply Chain Applied Controls
  • Recall Plans

Take advantage of this low price & finish training early. Avoid getting into compliance too late.

Why you should attend?

Coming Soon

Who Should Attend?

  • Feed Mill Manufacturers
  • Pet Food Manufacturers
  • Quality Control Consultants


Nettie Drake

Nettie Drake

Nettie Drake has been working in the world of regulatory compliance in production agriculture for the past 23 years; including various food safety programs and FSMA. Growing up in the CA agriculture industry, she understands the challenges of policy implementation at the ground level. Nettie worked as a Global GAP auditor with SCS Global, Inc., learning the technical and rule issues related to the implementation of various food safety schemes.  She has developed curriculum for two local Community Colleges; an introduction to production agriculture food safety, the basics of FSMA, HACCP, and the numerous food safety schemes.  Upon completion of the program the student would earn a certificate in HACCP and a Food Safety Certificate from the college.  She is certified as a Lead Instructor for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point planning, Preventive Controls for Animal Feed, Preventive Control for Human Food (pending), and trained for the Produce Safety Rule. Nettie graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a BS in Animal Science and Industry and a MS in Agriculture Engineering Technology.