I want to take a course
You’re looking for some quality online training and want to check out what’s available. The Canadian Food Processors Institute is proud to offer a full suite of online training courses for personal and professional development. From food safety to cultural diversity – we’ve got you covered.

Food Safety training for food processing professionals

Nationally recognized courses, guaranteed to increase your skills and achieve recognition in the food processing industry.
Move up in your career and be recognized with the help of our industry leading courses. Certified workers are able to take advantage of many more opportunities to advance their careers, and organizations gain the ability to achieve one of the global certification standards such as BRC, GFSI, SQF, Canada GAP, etc

Personal Development courses for Advancing your career.

Learn how to be the manager that you aspire to be by harnessing your ability to be a compassionate and motivated leader! The ability to seamlessly adjust to a multitude of environments and challenges, while maintaining a pleasant and professional façade, is an attribute shared amongst some of the greatest leaders. Be career savvy and leverage your skills, knowledge and abilities, with a wide range of professional development programs.

Navigate the everchanging corporate landscape with an improved understanding of how to better manage and organize teams, as well as learning some fundamental business concepts that will keep your organization ahead of the curve.

From building better teams, to managing crisis’, to improving your training and coaching style – the Canadian Food Processors Institute is here to help you with your career endeavors.

Essential Skills for Success

Literacy and Essential Skills are for work, learning and life. Essential skills are foundational for all other life learning and skill development. To improve the quality of an individual’s employment experience and participation in your team, enhancing their essential skills is a positive contributor to their overall success.
For more information, contact
Dayna Poulin, Manger of Training Development & Communications
email dpoulin@fphrc.ca
phone 613-237-7988 x 226