FPHRC into my curriculum
$199.00This course discusses food safety culture in the workplace and the critical role effective communication, leadership and commitment have on protecting the food supply. Key concepts include identifying the elements of food safety culture, ways and tools to measure food safety. The importance of supervisor and manager active participation and commitment to food safety in creating a workplace environment that encourages desired food safety behavior. Participants will be able to demonstrate their ability to apply, analyze and evaluate facts, principles and concepts as well as show knowledge and comprehension of the material. *Become a member to receive 20% off
$125.00If you’ve ever had an awkward moment where: You aren’t sure which fork to use, You don’t know which side plate is yours, You’ve ever had to make small talk with a Very Important Person and been lost for words… Then you know just how agonizing such moments can be. Even worse (and what can be even more damaging to your career) are the social gaffes you aren’t even aware you make. This course will help you handle most of those socially difficult moments. You’ll have an extra edge in areas you may not have given a lot of thought to before. Member Price: $100.00
$125.00Workplace 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.
$240.00Part of knowing where you are going is defining what you are doing. Training can mean different things to different people: a trainee has needs, your supervisor has expectations, and as trainers, you have objectives. The assumption that anyone who can do a job can teach another person how to do it has led to countless errors in the instruction process. Many of us have been either a victim of or a witness to this misguided belief. Trainees are most engaged by a trainer who: Has some experience to share Has something of value to offer Can provide some real examples and give them some tips Lets participants talk and share their experiences with others Throughout this course, we take a closer look at how to approach teaching individuals with an affinity for any learning style. Whether a seasoned trainer or looking to get started this course is an excellent resource to complement your existing skillset or develop your own style for more effective training.
Nationally Recognized Certificates
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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.
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
Dayna Poulin, Manger of Training Development & Communications
phone 613-237-7988 x 226