Advanced Training – Cookie and Cracker Manufacturing Course (CCMC/Correspondence Course):
The advanced training of the Correspondence Course thoroughly educates students in the main principles to an effective manufacturing process. The Course firmly establishes and explains the importance of quality, consistency and continuous improvement as requirements to successfully achieving the final product.
It is the most comprehensive technical training program available to the cookie and cracker industry with a real-world practical application. Students learn how the various parts of the operation interact with each other and the science and theory underpinning the process. Lessons are reinforced by a series of multiple-choice tests and a variety of work projects to choose from, some which can be executed from home.
An invaluable resource that students keep long after completing the Course, the two-volume Second Edition textbooks include a Glossary of Terms, a Conversion Tables section and a summary of the Key Principles at the end of each chapter. The testing component, Workbook, is available online or in hard copy. The Technical Advisor and Student Relations Manager can assist in implementing the program at any facility and will answer any questions students have while completing the two year Course. Throughout the enrollment, the student, supervisor, and company will receive frequent progress reports, and upon successful completion, students receive a Certificate of Graduation.
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17. Wire-cut and Deposit Cookies
18. Extruded Cookies
19. Rotary Molder Cookies
20. Cutting Machine Products
22. Post Baking Operations
23. Handling Cookies & Cracker from Cooling Machines to Packaging Machines
24. Sugar Wafers and Ice Cream Cones
25. Marshmallow Products
26. Creme Sandwich Products
27. Enrobed Cookies
28. Packages and Packaging Equipment
29. Machinery Maintenance and Care
30. Sanitation and Safety
31. Quality Management
32. Environmental Management