Sensory course in MEXICO – June 2016

JUNE 7 -8, 2016
Internal Sensory Testing: Tetrad Test, Power, and Consumer Relevance

Hotel Presidente Intercontinental  – Guadalajara, MEXICO

Sponsored by Food Safety International Network


Further information:

In this two-day course you will learn the basic principles underlying the use of all sensory testing methodologies and how to best interpret the data they generate. You will understand the five concepts critical to any successful sensory discrimination testing program, including statistical power and consumer relevance. Through the use of a common framework, you will also discover why the tetrad test is a better alternative to the commonly used triangle and duo-trio methodologies and how you can successfully make the switch for internal and consumer-based testing purposes.


This program qualifies for Certified Food Scientist (CFS) recertification contact hours (CH). CFS Certificants may claim 16 CH for their participation in this program.


The course will be taught in English by Dr. Benoit Rousseau, The Institute for Perception


Course fee includes:

·         All course materials and a copy of “Tools and Applications of Sensory and Consumer Science”

·         Three-month free trial of IFPrograms™ software

·         Coffee breaks and lunch included


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Target audience: Intermediate


Cost: $1,200 USD + IVA, early registration: 25% Off – $900 USD + IVA

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