(PRWEB) March 07, 2012
“This is an ideal relationship and a valuable added benefit to students enrolled in our Gourmet Cooking and Catering and Hotel and Restaurant Management courses,” commented PCDI Canada General Manager Mike Scott.
“In addition to the excellent career training that our students receive by taking these distance education courses, graduates of these programs are now eligible to be NFSTP-certified without any additional cost,” Scott added.
The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA) developed the National Food Safety Training Program in response to a growing demand for affordable food safety certification that meets the needs of food service operators from coast-to-coast. It offers valuable training in a variety of food safety hazards including Facilities and Equipment Design, Control of Hazards Following the Flow of Food, Sanitation and Pest Control, and Employee and Visitor Issues.
PCDI Canada (a division of Ashworth College) has offered accredited education and career planning courses in Canada for 25 years. It offers over 35 professional-level career training courses (including a High school General Diploma program) to adult students who prefer the flexibility and convenience of self-paced home study.