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Please contact us at 1-800- 6668-5313 or Ann Purdy to register for any of these training events.
January 22, 2013 - Food Safety, Saint John
February 19, 2013 - Food Safety, Moncton
Responsible Beverage training
Now available online!
Responsible Beverage is an awareness program to encourage a responsible and professional approach to serving alcohol.
This workshop is 4 hours in length and can be customized to meet the needs of any licensed establishment. During this workshop you will learn:
"Any client who takes a proactive approach towards risk management is favored by insurers. The result of having such training can result in possilbe rate credits and in some cases impact whether or not a company will insure the risk. I think the program being offered by TIANB will be of benefit to many businesses."
- Melanie Maunder, CAIB Commercial Insurance Specialist, Cain Insurance
National Food Safety training
**Please note, you must register and REVIEW the book before the class to ensure success
***Registration and payment deadline for Food Safe FOURTEEN DAYS in advance of class
The National Food Safety Training Program (NFSTP) was designed and launched in 2004 to train and certify quick-service, full-service, chain and independent operators and employees to a national standard of food safety. NFSTP, accredited by all Canadian Health Authorities that require food handler certification, is now available across Canada through a network of certified trainers.
TIANB offers this program province wide in both English and French. This program certifies for a five year period and meets all the requirements put forth by the NB Department of Health
If a class is listed as FULL, please call / email to have your contact information added to a waiting list. We will notify you when a class is going to be held in your location
SuperHost is relevant for everyone in the New Brunswick's service industry. This one-day, action packed training program is a cost-effective way to train staff in communication and interpersonal skills and can be tailored to any occupation in any sector.
The key objectives of the program are:
· To increase the level of customer service
· To advance the level of professionalism in the industry
· To instill pride in those who work in the tourism industry
· To encourage repeat business and therefore maximize profits