• Interpersonal Relationships

    Interpersonal skills are one of the building blocks of emotional intelligence and are highly in demand by employers. While your expertise and technical ability are essential components of your success, your social skills might actually be your most precious social skill set of all. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Interview Skills for the Food & Beverage Processing Industry

    Interview Skills for the Food and Beverage Industry addresses the many Interview skills and practices required for finding employment in the Canadian work environment. This course provides strategies, tips, and guidelines for understanding the Canadian hiring process, developing effective cover letters and resumes, being successful in job search activities, knowing what to wear to interviews, and what to expect and do before, during, and after a job interview. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Introduction to Cheesemaking

    This course allows the participant to become familiar with the basics of dairy chemistry and with the microbiology necessary to understand the vocabulary that supports the cheese industry. Furthermore, at the end of this training, the participant will know the main principles of cheese making including notions of quality and will be introduced to the concept of technological levers required to make adjustments during production. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Introduction to Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional Intelligence skills, also known as skills for success, contribute to 80% of your career and personal success. An employee with high Emotional Intelligence is aware of their emotions and can manage feelings, impulses and communicate effectively with others. They solve problems and build rapport in tense situations. These employees also have empathy, work well with others to build productive relationships in the workplace, remain optimistic in the face of adversity, bounce up quickly from setbacks and strive to perform. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Introduction to Quality Assurance and Quality Control

    This course covers the roles and responsibilities of Quality Assurance and Quality Control in developing a Quality System. Participants will go through the background of the roles as well as what is important to understand when implementing Quality Systems. This course is applicable to all personnel in a food processing plant with roles in determining quality: owners, supervisors, quality manager, quality technician, production personnel, sanitation team, plant manager, food safety team, etc. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Introduction to Regulatory Requirements

    Working with people is one of the most important factors of team environments. This is especially important for supervisors, management or anyone responsible for the time, performance and talent of others. This course will provide tools and strategies to better supervise, motivate and manage your teams effectively. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Knowing & Handling My Emotions

    Knowing and handling our emotions effectively are the key to self-mastery. One way to define self-mastery is being aware of your own emotions and being able to handle them in positively.  You can also think of self-mastery as being similar to self-control.  When you do something that you think is the right choice, even if it is hard, you’re showing self-mastery. By completing this training, you will be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and tools that will help you better understand your own emotions and how to handle them, which results in greater self-mastery. By applying these self-mastery skills, you will experience improved satisfaction with your job, career and life, and your contributions in the workplace will become more positively impactful and professional. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Monitoring Budget Performance

    This course provides the food and beverage processing industry supervisor with the knowledge and skills to monitor budget performance within a department or unit, and to communicate with the manager or financial consultants on budget performance. *Become a member to receive 20% off
  • Multicultural and Multilingual Leadership

    This is the fourth course of the FPSC DEI (Diversity Equity Inclusion) course series. Managers working with multilingual and multicultural teams face unique challenges but are also presented with exciting opportunities to elevate diverse knowledgebases and cultural identities to produce high-functioning teams. *Become a member to receive 20% off

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