Onsite GREAT training is available for restaurant groups, managers, the entire staff, or as an added value to your conference attendees. Training can be customized specifically to suit your operation or audience focusing on GREAT Kitchens comprehensive training modules. Onsite training also allows the facilitator to add hands-on application to the course content, provides the opportunity to problem solve, and receive immediate feedback. In order to receive a certificate of completion, attendees must pass an exam administered at the site. Exams will be scored and certificates will be sent electronically.
Invest in the gluten-free consumer and improve your bottom line. A nationally recognized leader in gluten-free food service education, Beyond Celiac can help any establishment or facility create a market differentiator that will attract this growing and loyal customer base through the GREAT Kitchens program. GREAT Kitchens addresses the entire preparation and serving process by helping kitchens, dietitians, trainers, manufacturers and menu planners safeguard gluten-free offerings, increasing both staff and consumer conﬁdence by ensuring safety, maintaining quality and providing concrete tools to manage the process.
Our expertise can help you save valuable resources as you are looking to start or solidify a gluten-free initiative. We offer consulting services on an hourly or project-by-project basis.
Gluten-free consumer Proﬁles
Onsite and specialized training
Marketing and public relations support
Sensory panel facilitation
Research and development
Research chef referrals
Please contact Beckee Moreland, Beyond Celiac Director of GREAT Kitchens program, for information on consulting needs or onsite training at BMoreland@BeyondCeliac.org or 215-325-1306 ext. 105. Or, use this contact form.
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