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  • Workplace Diversity – Module Nine

    Canada is culturally diverse and that diversity extends far beyond place of birth and economic status. Canadian Employers are expected to ensure their workplaces are representative of the diverse Canadian Population therefore understanding diversity and its implications is vital to your Human Resources needs. We guide you through best practice in attracting and retaining the best talent for your business and ensure your workplace is a positive environment that empowers and supports the lifestyle, growth and development of individuals from all backgrounds. * E-Learning Available here * Part of the FPHRC's Industry Leading Toolkit available in full here
  • Establishing a Human Resources (HR) Function – Module One

    In this guide we provide you with Human Resources tools and guides to complement your existing team or easily assist you in forming a new one. Whether new to large scale human resources or looking to grow your business to national or international volumes this module provides all you need prepare for the  HR needs you will encounter along the way. * Part of the FPHRC's Industry Leading Toolkit available in full here
  • FPHRC’s Industry Leading Human Resources (HR) Toolkit

    Backed by government and industry leading LMI (Labour Market Information), the FPHRC’s HR Toolkit guides you through 10 streamlined modules. Everything you need to know to work in and run a business in Canada’s largest industry is at your fingertips. Each Module is easy to follow, straightforward and comprehensive. Complete with companion resources ready to use, and easy to adapt to your unique corporate branding.
  • Training & Mentoring – Module Five

    In this module we walk you through training, one of the greatest investments you can make in your company’s future. Training enables your organization to improve the skills, efficiency and abilities of your workforce. Simultaneously your product quality, customer satisfaction and quality and assurance checks will also benefit greatly from good training practices. * Part of the FPHRC's Industry Leading Toolkit available in full here
  • Staffing and Orientation – Module Three

    Product quality is fundamental when working in your industry. That’s why it’s important to attract, hire, and retain qualified individuals with the appropriate skillsets to fill your Human Resources requirements. In this module we closely examine necessary objectives and best practices when searching for talent from diverse talent pools. * Part of the FPHRC's Industry Leading Toolkit available in full here

Other Programs for your Business

The Food Processing Human Resources Council is so much more than online training. We grant you access to a variety of products, involvement, and resources aimed at supporting your business.

  • Our hundreds of Canadian members make up a group of knowledgeable, experienced industry members who gain access to programs that help them and their employees move up.
  • Be the first to access world class skills development programs
  • Receive personal attention from FPHRC
  • Access available funding through a number of initiatives
  • The Pre-Arrival Food Safety Management Training Program is the first of its kind for the industry. The free, online training courses offer Canadian newcomers opportunities to prepare and gain employment.
  • Gain access to program graduate profiles to fill employment gaps in your business
  • Attend monthly graduations to preview graduates and hear from exciting speakers
  • Improving your British Columbia food and beverage business has never been so easy thanks to the Post-Farm Food Safety and Traceability Program. Complete those food safety or traceability activities you’ve been needing with up to $35,000 in funding.
  • One on one guidance throughout the program from FPHRC and industry professionals
  • Completely digital application and reporting experience, offering convenience for the busy processor
  • Variety of funding categories and eligible activities for implementing new activities, training, auditing, and much more in your small or medium sized business
  • An exam to enhance your career, HACCP Professionals can easily apply for the Canadian Certified HACCP Professional designation. Test your knowledge with the multiple-choice exam, and prove yourself as a leader in your organization.
  • Easily move up in the growing food manufacturing industry with the CCHP title next to your name.
  • Prepare using FPHRC’s online practice exam, downloadable study materials, and government resources.
  • 100 questions, multiple choice, and monitored via webcams and proctors
  • A labour shortage is deeply effecting Canada’s meat and seafood sectors, significantly impacting productivity and output. The Labour Market Information Study will take a comprehensive view of the labour market challenges facing the sector, the availability of labourers to fill critical gaps, and examine perspectives of the meat processing industry amongst youth and indigenous workers.
  • The results from this study will explain the situations and find solutions in order to fill labour shortages
  • You can assist FPHRC in this study by adding your input in a variety of ways, ultimately contributing to the results.
  • Professionals, consultants, and auditors in the industry can apply for the Gluten Free Certification Program (GFCP) to gain basic knowledge about the ANAB Accredited Gluten-Free Certification Program Standard, Policies and Procedures, as a necessary step for a facility to successfully complete a third-party audit for certification.
  • Eligible applicants can take this online course to qualify for the Approved Auditor Designation from the Allergen Control Group.
  • All participants will receive a GFCP-issued certificate.
  • The course will educate professionals in subjects such as the difference between celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, the gluten-free market, audit reporting and certification processes, and much more.
For more information, contact
Dayna Poulin, Manger of Training Development & Communications
email dpoulin@fphrc.ca
phone 613-237-7988 x 226