The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute is excited to offer a new series of cold chain courses in conjunction with the Georgia Tech Integrated Food Chain Center, UC Davis Postharvest Technology Center, and Sterling Solutions. These courses will assist you and your organization in developing solutions and practices to continuously improve your organization’s Cold Chains. The Georgia Tech Cold Chain Management Series is comprised of four courses to help guide you through the Cold Chain Management process – from postharvest to auditing to integration, while taking into consideration current government regulations. To learn more about this new series, visit http://www.pe.gatech.edu/scl-ccm.
The series will provide you with insights and demonstrate proven standardized and sustainable “Cold Chain” practices to assist in keeping your customers satisfied and enable your company to be efficient through: Collaborating in product design, specs and packaging; Defining the right distribution practices and controls ; Assessing food quality risks and economic loss; Implementing processes and technology; and Maximizing sales and reducing spoils
Introductory Pricing: Don’t miss this limited time offer to sign-up for the new Georgia Tech Cold Chain Management Certificate for $1,600 OFF the already discounted certificate rate (mention code CCMCERT). Or, bring a co-worker or colleague to your first course and they will receive 50% OFF their registration (mention code CCMBOGO). You must call 404-385-3501 and mention one of the two codes listed to redeem this introductory offer.
Discount for 2+ people: If you have two or more registrants from the same company interested in taking the 4-course series, they can sign-up at the same time for the entire certificate and receive all four courses for only $7,000/person. That’s a $2,600 savings! No code needed. Call 404-385-3501 to register for the certificate.
The Integrated Food Chain (IFC) Center is an industry/academic joint initiative to identify and resolve critical integration issues across the end-to-end food chain. The focus is on designing, analyzing and continuously improving cold chains for perishable food products. Read more...