Where there is a gap in workforce development and career planning, FPSC develops a solution. We provide industry with grant funding and innovative programming to help businesses grow.
These programs support Canadian food and beverage manufacturers in having the most exceptionally skilled workforce in the world and remaining competitive players on the global stage. To do this, we conduct labour market research that identifies labour and skills shortages. This information then drives discussion with key decision and policy makers. Often our programs are delivered in partnership with a government agency or industry association.
Please take this opportunity to view our programs. And if you don’t see what you are looking for, contact us.
Succeeding At Work
Succeeding at Work is a new, fully funded workforce development program offering two training streams for maximum benefit to industry. Job seekers have access to 4.5 weeks of targeted training and connections to employers, and businesses have access to a custom program offering their employees education and upskilling while on the job.
An exciting new project in Atlantic Canada to address evolving skills demands through specialized training for employees, and mentorship for participants on developing a culture of continuous learning in the workplace. This project will also provide an important testing ground for the Canadian food and beverage manufacturing industry’s Learning and Recognition Framework and its success in guiding training and career development.