CC 101 | Principles of Cold Chain Packaging
Date/Time
5/16/2024
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern
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Event Description
CC 101 | Principles of Cold Chain Packaging

This course provides a broad overview of cold chain packaging used to ship temperature-sensitive products in bio, pharma, food & industrial markets.
CC 101 is a perfect introduction to basics for technicians, designers, engineers and those working in research & development, sales, marketing and management who can benefit from a strong foundational understanding of the principals of cold chain packaging. Please consider adding this course to your new employee onboarding checklist!

Course topics:
  • Hazards in the Distribution Environment
  • Introduction to Cold Chain Packaging
  • Fundamentals of Heat Transfer
  • Temperature-Sensitive Products
  • Phase Change Materials
  • Cold Chain Packaging Solutions
  • Cold Chain Packaging System Testing
  • Cold Chain Packaging Temperature Monitoring
  • Pre-Qualified Cold Chain Solutions
  • Quality Control for Cold Chain Solutions

Rate:
Member discounted rate: $395
Non-member rate: $525

The instructor for this training is William Pelletier, Ph.D. from the University of Florida.  Dr. Pelletier teaches multiple undergraduate and graduate courses associated with biological and packaging engineering. He has been involved in the field of heat and mass transfer, packaging, as well as cold chain technologies and operations for more than 25 years. He worked on the development and data analysis of the ISTA 7E temperature profiles.
Location
Virtual Training
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