May 22, 2024: 100 Level IOIA/OMRI NOP Processing Input Materials

Date: May 22 2024
Non member Price: $275

Course Description

Enrollment is limited to 20.  

About the Webinar:

IOIA/OMRI Processing Input Materials webinar is an introductory 100 level course. The course is geared for persons with either a limited amount or no previous understanding of NOP Processing Standards.

Participants in this essential introductory session for a new or perspective Processing Inspector or Reviewer will:

  • Build necessary skills for a processing inspector to use on-site
  • Gain an understanding of input assessment by examining how the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) evaluates input materials.

Webinar will be taught by an experienced OMRI trainer

To Register and Pay:


This course is comprised of 3 components: self-study pre-webinar assignment, the webinar presentations, and a final evaluation exam. The webinar will include in-class discussion, examples, exercises and the opportunity for questions and answers. The course concludes with an exam to evaluate individual learning.

The course may require 4-6 hours to complete the self-study pre-webinar exercises and approximately 1 ½ -2 hours to complete the exam following the webinar.

Assignment Due Dates and Information:

Pre-Webinar: 12:00 Noon (Pacific): May 15, 2024

Final Exam: 11:55 pm (Pacific): June 5, 2024

Your Pre-Webinar Assignment will be emailed to you two weeks prior to the due date. Your Final Exam will be sent to you at the conclusion of the webinar session.

Grades and Certificates:

IOIA will follow-up with you within 30 days of the completion of the webinar with your course outcome.


Start Time: 9:00 a.m. (Pacific)

End Time: 11:00 a.m. (Pacific)


Certificates:  Participants who meet minimum requirements will receive will receive a joint IOIA/OMRI Certificate of Completion. 

Letters of Participation:  Participants who attend the webinar but opt out of the assignment submission, fail to achieve a passing score will receive a joint IOIA/OMRI Letter of Participation, to document their attendance.