A Wide Range of Training and Accreditations for the Entire Industry

Your one-stop-shop for training and skills development, FPHRC offers a variety of educational services and accreditation opportunities for food and beverage processors across Canada. Online and in-person, our highly qualified instructors and training institutions bring the food and beverage processing community easily- accessible food safety training.

FPHRC products and courses are nationally recognized by the food and beverage processing industry. Our training may help you achieve a GFSI certificate scheme such as:  BRC, SQF, Canada Gap, and others.

Types of Training Offered

Online/Webinar Training Sessions (Coming Soon) 

Canadian Food Processors Institute – Your first step to improving your business!

The Canadian Food Processors Institute is Canada’s premier online training resource for food processors! Workers in all positions can benefit from our wide variety of online training courses, and problem-solving materials. The convenience and opportunity this new online training brings cannot be beat – learning is enjoyable and engaging with interactive games, activities, quizzes, and much more.

The Canadian Food Processors Institute is launching soon – Sign up to be notified about details!

In-House Training

Our specialty training can be delivered in a variety of settings, including in your own facility. Relevant to your food processing operation, students will feel engaged and are able to apply what they’ve learnt to their own workplace situations; there is no better place to learn than right in the facility itself! Qualified FPHRC instructors come directly to your facility for the duration of the course to exclusively educate your workers on your selected course and on your selected dates.

This in-house training is ideal and cost-effective for groups of 9+ workers.  Contact Dayna today to get your quote!

Nationally Recognized Certifications

Once students have successfully completed our training courses, we offer certificates of completion to note their achievements. As a sector council, our courses and certificates are nationally recognized throughout the Canadian food and beverage processing industry. Training and certifying your workers with FPHRC resources can help contribute to the training specifications required to achieve one of the GFSI recognized certification schemes such as BRC, SQF, Canada GAP, etc.

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The FPHRC Difference

We believe that appearance, format and course delivery methods have a lot to do with how well individuals actually absorb and retain important information. We strive to create interesting and appealing training materials industry workers can actively use while on the job. So how do we do it?

Quality Training Content: All FPHRC products endure a rigorous development phase, with direct input from industry stakeholders and subject experts to confirm that the products truly meet the training needs of employers. Products are then validated across Canada, by members of the food and beverage processing industry, to ensure the best and most relevant content.

Easy & Practical: FPHRC products are designed to be practical and easy for workers to learn from and use on a daily basis. Industry stakeholders have played a large role in the development of our training materials; therefore we have created realistic and useable products that are meant to be used within a processing facility. From the classroom to the plant floor, students are given reference tools to reinforce what they have learnt!

Interesting & Appealing: We believe that students need to first find the course content appealing in order to become interested and to remain engaged in the topic. The FPHRC has a firm belief that lively and dynamic course materials can positively influence the learning experience of students. Everyone has a different style of learning. The FPHRC recognizes and caters to every type of student by providing a variety of multilingual training tools/ resources; which has proven to be one of the most effective training methods. Course materials can include: pictures, posters, handouts, magnets, pocket cards, workbooks, class exercises, videos and much more!