Great format to the training. I think the bi-directional video made a much more engaging conversation. No one was at the training just to be there, and that was so nice to be a part of a group that was actually there to participate. This training is incredibly beneficial to people in rural areas like Durango, where there are very limited access to training like this!
CoE Webinar Series: Outbreak Resources and How to Use Them
The Integrated Food Safety Centers of Excellence (CoEs) are pleased to announce an upcoming webinar series exploring the range of available CoE tools and services that may be useful for partners at all levels of foodborne outbreak response.
The 5-part webinar series will be held every other month beginning in September and will include presentations on a variety of CoE resources and expertise that may be of assistance to state and local jurisdictions.
In addition to showcasing some of the many resources the CoEs can provide, there will also be discussion of timely topics to help develop critical investigation skills. Audience interest on a number of alternative topics will be assessed during the first webinar to better tailor content to meet the needs of the audience as the webinar series continues. So be sure to tune in and vote!
For additional information about the CoEs, visit CoEFoodSafetyTools.org
For questions or information about the webinar, please contact Alice White, firstname.lastname@example.org