Continuing Education for Produce Safety Educators
Expanded topics and current research in
- Topic 1
- Topic 2
- Topic 3
Each topic will consume a half-day with lectures and short breakout challenges.
- Dr. Trevor Suslow, Coordinator and Lead Instructor Extension Research Specialist University of California Davis Department of Plant Sciences
Date and Time
This workshop will be held May 30–31, 2018. The registration desk will open at 7:15am on Wednesday, May 30.
The workshop will be held at the UC Davis Conference Center.
This fee includes all instruction, course materials, coffee breaks, and lunches.
If your plans change
Refunds, less a processing fee, will be granted if requested no later than May 11, 2018. At that time, you can also discuss sending a substitute. We reserve the right to discontinue, postpone, or combine classes, and to change instructors. Every effort will be made to notify enrollees of any changes or cancellations.
Parking & Accommodations
For hotel information, visit our Welcome to Davis page.
A valid UCD permit is required to park on campus. Daily Visitor Permits (VP) are available for $9.00 and may be purchased from permit dispensing machines located at the entrance to visitor parking lots.
Note: The Hyatt on the UC Davis campus is within walking distance to the UC Davis Conference Center and purchasing a parking permit is not necessary.
The closest airport to Davis is Sacramento International (a 25 minute drive). San Francisco and Oakland International airports are about a 1.5 hour drive. To arrange for transportation between Sacramento airport and Davis, see the Davis Airporter website.
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Dr. Trevor V Suslow
Trevor Suslow is an extension research specialist at the University of California, Davis, Department of Plant Sciences with statewide responsibilities in quality and safety of perishable horticultural commodities. Dr. Suslow’s program involves preharvest and postharvest research and outreach education on diverse fresh and fresh-cut horticultural foods. His emphasis is microbial safety and disinfection within the preharvest and postharvest environment and postharvest pathology. Other interests include biological control and other biologically mediated controls of postharvest diseases and pathogens of human food safety concern. Dr. Suslow received his BSc. in Agricultural Sciences with honors and his Ph.D. in Plant Pathology from the University of California, Berkeley.