Kersia Team Attends Microbiology Course at Lincoln University

Here at Kersia we value continuous development for all our teams.  As such, on 20th July members of the Kersia technical and sales teams will be attending a Microbiology training course at the Centre of Excellence on the Lincoln University Holbeach campus. 


The objective of the training is to enhance their microbiology knowledge specific to the food industry and learn about new innovation in terms of detection, monitoring and validation methods and the course will include a mixture of classroom and laboratory work, with the team being able to get hands on experience of microbiological testing and enumeration methods. 


The training will also allow the team to tour the new Lincoln University centre of excellence facility and meet academic professionals who specialise in food and drink manufacturing. 


Attending the course will be: 

o          Sarah West – Technical Service Manager 

o          Stuart Taylor – Technical Service Manager 

o          Paul Bagshaw – Technical Service Manager 

o          Steve Ackers - Investigational Research Manager 

o          Kevin Pygott – Technical Sales Consultant 

o          Dave Hedges – Key Accounts Manager 

o          Ben Fleet – Hygiene Technologist 






Commentating on the event, David Childs, Technical Service Manager, said: 

“It’s important that our teams keep up to date with the latest developments within the food and drink industry and taking part in the Microbiology course at Lincoln University will ensure they gain more knowledge in this area. They will also be able to share this with the rest of the Kersia team and our customers and implement it in their day-to-day work.”