Promoting food protection excellence in Canada through learning partnerships
The most pressing collaborative effort for Safe Food Canada begins by clearly defining what food professionals need to learn.More
We believe that by building a competency-based framework, we strengthen the consistency and quality of food protection learning nationwide.More
Canada must develop its expertise in learning partnerships to ensure consistent training and education for industry and regulating bodies alike.More
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Safe Food Canada and FPHRC team up to produce online course Toronto, March 14, 2016 – Safe Food Canada is pleased to announce it is collaborating with the Food Processing Human Resources Council (FPHRC), one of the most trusted organizations in food industry skills development and training, to develop an introductory online […]
Come aboard Safe Food Canada’s Food Law Competencies Working Group: don’t miss the kick-off meeting at the end of March 2016 One of Safe Food Canada’s priorities is to develop pan-Canadian food safety competency models for industry and government workers. This initiative is likely to be a multi-year effort, with several streams of work. However, given […]
Join Safe Food Canada’s Competencies Working Group: don’t miss the kick-off meeting at the end of March 2016 One of Safe Food Canada’s top priorities is to develop pan-Canadian food safety competency models for industry and government workers. Safe Food Canada is structuring a working group who collectively represent: the entire food industry sectors and […]