• Introduction to Preventive Control Plans

    $399.00
    The PCP course is an interactive, online course which will inform food and beverage businesses of the Safe Food for Canadians Act, food safety hazards and preventive controls. Having a written Preventive Control Plan can increase food safety alignment within international standard. This interactive self-paced course will increase your awareness and understanding of the proposed Safe Food for Canadians Regulations, its impact on your business, and Preventive Control Plans (PCP). Learn about why Food Safety and Traceability are the foundation of all HACCP-based plans, and how we all share a greater responsibility to insure the safety of our food. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Food Safety and Meat Processing 101

    $275.00
    Food Safety & Meat Processing 101 is an interactive, online course that focuses on Industry Legislation & Regulation, Workplace Policies & Procedures, Food Processing Equipment, Workplace Health & Safety, Meat Types and Cuts 101, Knife Sharpening, Food Safety, Cleaning and sanitation including waste, Product Quality, Food Traceability and Communication & Leadership Skills. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Traceability Systems in the Food Manufacturing Industry

    $249.00
    The information the Traceability Program provides makes management of product recalls fast and effective, reduces risks of a food safety crisis, and demonstrates that the processors is a responsible manufacturer. This course demonstrates how to develop and implement a Traceability Program for a food processing facility. This course introduces users to the topic of traceability, examines the relationship between traceability and other food safety prerequisite programs and teaches how to design, implement and test the system to ensure it is fully functional. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Food Spoilage and Food Safety

    $225.00
    This course describes the components of food safety, how food spoilage occurs, and how to prevent it. The course is designed to help new food workers understand their role and responsibilities in prevention and management of food spoilage and food safety. This knowledge is key to a successful career in the food industry. Knowing what causes food spoilage, when food is bad, how to prevent economic loss due to food spoilage and learning about employee’s role in keeping food safe is the most important skill to have when working with food. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Fundamentals of Quality Assurance in the Food Processing Industry

    $375.00
    This course provides Quality Assurance Technicians and anyone interested in Quality Assurance in the food processing industry with: general knowledge and standard occupational skills necessary to successfully perform in this occupation. Quality Assurance is a critical function in the food processing industry, and this course provides food workers, at the Quality Technician level, with: general food safety and food quality assurance knowledge, strategies, practices, and tools. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • National Sanitation Training Program

    $199.00
    This course provides food processing industry sanitation workers – more specifically, those who perform or will be performing sanitation , with an essential general background knowledge related to the principles of cleaning and sanitation as well as common food industry practices. It also provides detailed instruction on the facility-specific cleaning and sanitizing procedures. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • 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.
  • Managing Recall in a Wired World

    $249.00
    Even with the best planning, food safety incidents that result in recall can occur. It makes good business sense to be well prepared to respond to any challenges to your company’s well-being. This course will provide workers with an up-to-date overview of how and why we need to manage food recalls in today’s technological and social media connected society. Understand the consequences and effects of product recalls on the food and beverage processing industry. Examine techniques that assist processors to deliver information to the public, consumers, customers, and suppliers that aid in managing recalls effectively. Learn the roles and responsibilities of the recall team with an emphasis on food safety and prevention. *Become a member to receive 20% off