I am a trainer looking to incorporate
FPHRC into my curriculum
You’re an educational facility or an industry consultant and would like to incorporate FPHRC training into your curriculum. With partners from coast to coast and abroad, we’re happy to work with you to create a curriculum that meets your needs.
  • Managing the Virtual Workplace

    $300.00
    The International Data Corporation estimates that by 2020 mobile workers will account for nearly three quarters of the workforce in the United States. Make sure you’re on top of the virtual workplace trend with this one-day Managing the Virtual Workplace training course. Through this course you will understand the advantages to business and employees of remote work, as well as the disadvantages that can be associated and the best ways to manage them. Learning Objectives: After completing this course, you will be able to: Create a virtual workplace strategy. Develop, implement, and maintain telecommuting programs. Build a virtual team and lead them to success. Plan and lead virtual meetings. Use technology to support your virtual workplace. Overcome cultural barriers when leading virtual teams. Develop your virtual leadership skills. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Training with Visual Storytelling

    $130.00
    We live in an era of artificial intelligence, robotics and unprecedented advancements in both the creation, delivery and absorption of learning materials. As the tools and techniques evolve so must we, just as the needs and desires of learners are constantly changing. This course is for trainers who are ready to make their training stronger, more memorable, and more engaging for learners by using visual storytelling and graphical techniques to create better learning experiences that lead to better retention. Member Price: $104.00
  • Creating a Positive Work Environment

    $125.00
    This course takes an in-depth look at an important topic that is sometimes overlooked – creating a positive environment in the workplace. It is the responsibility of everyone at work to make it the best atmosphere they can, from the executive in the corner office to the newest employee in the mailroom. You will be introduced to this topic here and will be guided through the steps and skills to make your place of work a positive, encouraging place to be. As an employee, or a leader within a company, you have a responsibility to create and maintain a positive work environment. Everyone has a responsibility to create and maintain a positive work environment. Even if this is not a company-wide reality you can seek to provide this type of environment for your department/division or those within your sphere of influence. This course will give you tools to be able to create the type of company environment that you crave through building and nurturing effective workplace relationships.
  • Employer and Employee Expectations

    $125.00
    Workplace expectations differ in every country. Canadian workplace culture expects individuals to be competent in speaking, listening and socializing with other people; to know the etiquette of working harmoniously with co-workers and supervisors; and to understand and respect cultural differences in the workplace. Employees are also expected to know general business etiquette, how to dress for the production floor and the office environment, and their rights and obligations in the Canadian workplace. Being familiar with and meeting these expectations are important to job success and career advancement in Canada.
  • Generation Gap – Closing the Generation Gap in the Workplace

    $100.00
    There are currently five generations in the workforce. Only a few short years ago employers who were expecting to be faced with mass retirements are now looking at accommodating workers who cannot afford to retire, or are simply healthy and happy enough they’d like to stay at work. However, the labor force continues to put in hard work and lots of strategy to find the right people to fill vacancies and to be able to serve their customers. This course examines the history and reality of the generation gap, especially for recruiters and succession planning. In it, we will explore whether defining the actual limits of each generation is most important, or whether the merits of people within the context of employment is the bigger issue. After all, understanding others helps us to understand ourselves and to manage the people that we work with. We will also explore problems, solutions, and strategies to help overcome issues of the generation gap.   Member price:  $80.00
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Educators

The food and beverage manufacturing industry is constantly evolving and responding to marketplace pressures around sustainability, quality assurance, and traceability. This requires new levels of innovation and unprecedented transparency form educators, to provide a learning experience that is tailored to your audience.

With partners form coast to coast, we’re happy to work with you to create a curriculum that meets your needs. Incorporate our training programs into your lesson plans to allow students to graduate with a degree as well as industry-recognized certificates.

Consultants

As an industry specialist or consultant, add value to your services by providing your clients with nationally recognized certificates to show their auditors.

Skills Library

We also host Canada’s first Skills Library for the food manufacturing industry! Use our skills library to design curriculum and learning activities based on the nation benchmarks for various positions. Evaluate you curriculum against the standards to ensure that you are preparing students with the skills, knowledge and abilities required to succeed in the workplace.
“Youth into food processing program has collaborating with the FPHRC for over 4 years to provide material and instructors for our community services program. FPHRC wan not only able to help us design a curriculum that both fits with our program needs and clientele, but they also helped us deliver nationally recognized certificates. Working with this group has been a pleasure.”
-Community Services Supervisor TDSB

Get in touch with us if you are:

  • An educator looking to offer our courses as part of your curriculum
  • An educator developing programs or curriculum
  • An educator or consultant looking to obtain coursewear
  • Looking for an on-site training partner

For more information, contact
Dayna Poulin, Manger of Training Development & Communications
email dpoulin@fphrc.ca
phone 613-237-7988 x 226