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    The NFSTP course will help food handlers and management in Food Service and Food Retail operations learn how to prepare and serve safe food. It will help them integrate safe food handling practices into their workplace. This course is based on standards established in the Food Retail and Food Services Regulation and Code (FRFSRC), and recommendations from Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency CFIA.

    The cost of this course is $43.95 + applicable taxes. Once enrolled, you have 30 days to complete the training.  There is an additional fee for the certification exam.

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    This is the new BILINGUAL version of this course. If you were previously enrolled in the French version, please enter the course using the button above.

    This is the official food safety training for Restaurants Canada MembersThis image shows the Restaurants Canada logo, and the statement, "The voice of food service."

    The NFSTP Online Exam permits learners to complete their food handler certification using a computer and receive immediate grade results, as well as an electronic certificate. The exam can only be administered by a proctor who is certified with NFSTP. Your organization (company or school) may arrange this. If not, you may request a proctor and we will assist you. Your proctor will provide you with an enrolment key for this exam. This exam cannot be accessed without a valid enrolment key.

    There is an additional fee for the certification exam. This cost will vary, but will generally range between $50-$80 (depending on the proctor fees). The exam fee is typically paid directly to the proctor, prior to the exam.

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    The WHMIS 2015 course will help employees understand their rights and reponsibilities in relation to the hazardous materials they may encounter in the workplace. While new legislation is slowly being phased in, this course will cover the regulations of both WHMIS 1988 and WHMIS 2015, as both could be present in the workplace.

    The cost of this course is $29.95 + applicable taxes, and enrolment is valid for 60 days. This covers both WHMIS 1988 and WHMIS 2015. Both components must be completed with a grade of 80% or higher, in order to generate a certificate.

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    This is the English version of this course. To access the French version, please click here

    La formation SIMDUT 2015 permet aux travailleurs de prendre connaissance de leurs droits et responsabilités en égard aux matières dangereuses présentes sur leur lieu de travail. Pendant la période de mise en oeuvre de la nouvelle réglementation, cette formation couvrira les deux contenus, soit le SIMDUT 1988 et le SIMDUT 2015, puisque les deux systèmes pourraient être présents sur un même lieu de travail.

    Le coût de cette formation est de 29,95 $ + taxes applicables. Votre inscription est valide 60 jours. Elle inclut le SIMDUT 1988 ainsi que le SIMDUT 2015. Pour générer un certificat, les deux volets de cette formation doivent être complétés en obtenant une note de passage de 80 % ou plus.

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    Vous allez accéder à la version française de cette formation. Pour accéder à sa version anglaise, veuillez cliquer ici.

    This 'course' is for NFSTP Certified Trainers only. It provides subscription to updates in the program, a forum for exchange of ideas between trainers, news from CRFA relating to the NFSTP program and more.

    This resource is restricted to NFSTP Proctors. It provides information and resources to help them carry out their responsibilities for overseeing NFSTP exams.

    This course is for those who are interested in teaching the National Food Safety Training Program (NFSTP). The full course description, pre-requisites and session details are available by clicking the "Learn More" button below.

    The cost of this course is $449 + applicable taxes. The NFSTP Trainer Certifications is valid for 5 years.

    For more details about the current session (dates, location, etc.), please click the "Learn More" button below, and select the "Upcoming Sessions" panel.

    Please make sure you have read the cancellation policy before you enrol in this course.

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    This class will be conducted in English.

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    Return on Investment of Food Safety Training in Canadian Companies
    by Campus Administrator - Monday, 31 October 2016, 4:08 PM

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    There are many reasons that food safety training pays back companies that invest in it. 
    A study undertaken by Safe Food Canada, ROI of Food Safety Training in Canadian Companies, had a look at some of the hard numbers to look at how food safety training was paying back to companies that invested in it across Canada. It was the first study of its kind in Canada, and was released in February of 2016. 

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    Summertime Al Fresco Cooking Safety Guide
    by Campus Administrator - Tuesday, 30 August 2016, 1:17 PM

    If your restaurant has an outdoor patio there is nothing more enjoyable for your guests than dining al fresco. 

    Add an outdoor cooking station to the mix and your clientele can also enjoy watching your talented chefs prepare their meals.

     Dining al fresco


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    Tips for Handling Allergies in a Food Service Business
    by Campus Administrator - Wednesday, 4 May 2016, 7:36 AM
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    Allergies are coming back into the picture in a big way. In 2015, one of the largest surveys conducted on the subject revealed that one in 13 Canadians has a serious food allergy – 7.5% of children and adults. Conscientious restaurateurs, food service operators and chains already have some ...

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