This course is sponsored by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) in association with the North Central Association of Food and Drug Officials (NCAFDO). It is for anyone
who develops, modifies, or reviews seafood hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) plans. Federal law (21 CFR Part 123) requires establishments that process seafood
to conduct a hazard analysis and if a hazard is identified, develop and follow
a HACCP plan. Satisfactory completion
of this course meets the training requirement indicated in 21 CFR
Registration can be completed online or by mail. Registration and payment are due by September 27, 2024. Space is limited and DATCP will accept registrations until the class is full.To register online, click here.
To register by mail, download and fill out a registration form. When completing the form, provide your name as you want it to appear on your training certificate and use the address where you want your certificate mailed. You will receive a phone call or email confirming your registration after registration has ended.
Mail completed form(s) along with payment to:
Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
Attn: Emmy Nagamachi
P.O. Box 8911
Madison, WI 53708-8911
A non-refundable payment for $300 per person covers the cost of the manuals, certification, and
lunch for the first two days of the course. A single check for multiple registrations from one facility is acceptable. The following payment methods are acceptable: credit card (if registering online), or check or money order (if registering by mail). Make check or money orders payable to DATCP.
Participants should use the guest parking lot in front of the Prairie Oaks State Building.
Training begins promptly at 8 a.m. each day and concludes around noon
on the last day. To receive your certificate you must attend the entire
course, participate in the small group work and presentations, and submit a
In the U.S., NCAFDO includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota,
North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. In Canada, NCAFDO
includes Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Membership, however, is not limited within
If you are located in
another region, find your AFDO region, and check the appropriate box for your location
on the registration form in the AFDO region section.