The Canadian Human Resource Council for Food Processing (FPHRC) is starting a new program for preparing newcomers for job prospects in food and beverage industry of Canada. The latest developed management training program for pre arrival food safety (PAFSMT) is likely to offer approved PR or immigrants on pre arrivals with job and training related food safety.
According to the media release, processing of food and beverage is Canada’s biggest manufacturing industry in terms of production value, and it is important channel for agricultural products of Canada.
The beverage and food processing industry of Canada would need to employ at least 23,000 employees.
According to Jennefer Griffith, Executive Director, Human Resource Council for Food Processing, the immigrants are vital part of workforce for processing of food and beverages and the council is trying to offer them training related to the safety standards of food through this latest program that would help increase the interest in fresh immigrants towards exciting job prospects within this industry.
This program mainly focuses on qualified prearrival candidates. Successful candidates who finishes the program gets the certificates. and it also targets to offer a flawless transition into the workforce of Canada as well as directing them towards the job prospects around the rural and urban areas of the country.