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Rune'a denstada które wyglądają jak liczącą szybką nie pełnometrażowy film your training materials and processes to our online platform, creating a unique online university for your brand. Trainer allows you to and your staff's learning, all online. is a restaurant operator at heart. His career has included everything from server to VP of Operations. believes training is the most important thing we do the restaurant business. Period. His knowledge and passion for training and development led him to partnering with Randy to create Trainer. Randy has worked and around hospitality since... let's just say a long time. He has worked every job restaurants, from busser, cook, server, bartender and management up to corporate controller. He owned a software development and technology consulting practice for 15 years prior to partnering with to create Most restaurant companies are very busy and do not have the time and resources to manage converting training program to a digital platform. We help both the design and build process of your training site. We involve you the process, but we do most of the heavy lifting. Training fails to happen consistently because operations fails to execute the training processes place. We have developed features and strategies Trainer to help monitor the progress and execution of training. We bring all the moving parts into one place. When operations follow up and follow through, training improves. We knew these two points were important given the unique environment of the restaurant world. No big learning curve to be able to create courses. Design and group courses, assignments and tests by day a logical intuitive way for the trainee. Staff can access site from any device. is totally responsive. Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind only train staff for our own requirements. Other Guide Dog Schools also follow this procedure. We do not actually run courses every year. As this is -service Training Program, we take on new apprentices only when we require more staff. These notes are intended to give a general idea of the involvement of Apprentice within Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind. However, these notes should not be regarded as a job specification. Apprentices spend three years learning the functions relative to the training of the Guide Dog and the visually-impaired person. During this time, they participate fully the care and maintenance of dogs and kennels, and learn aspects of veterinary care, practical and theoretical knowledge of canine psychology and welfare, selection and training of the dogs, interviewing and training of our clients, psychology of visually-impaired clients and the practical training of our visually-impaired clients the efficient use of a Guide Dog. During the three-year learning period, the trainee writes examinations and is assessed practically on ongoing basis. The final exams are marked both internally by senior training staff and by external senior instructor. The Apprentice must obtain a of 75% or more to gain a pass. The Apprentice then qualifies as a Guide Dog Mobility Instructor. Expressed simply, the job is concerned with the selection and training of suitable dogs and the selection and training of each individual client the use of the Guide Dog. The dogs selected are given preliminary training and conditioning, then taken on to the advanced training stage. This process takes some five to eight months with each Guide Dog. Prior to the start of the residential class, the Apprentice Instructor matches the visually-impaired clients who have applied successfully for training with a Guide Dog. Classes are held as often as possible with a maximum of eight clients per class The class runs on a four-week residential basis. During this time, the progress of the new teams is carefully controlled that the dogs and the new users develop confidence each other as more and more complicated situations are experienced and negotiated. After graduation, members of the training staff visit the new users their homes within a few days of their return. This aftercare service ensures that the new team starts off on a good, sound footing. Applicants should have appropriate level of related education. As we are a national organization, French English bilingualism would be asset. Experience with dogs is useful, but a natural ability to relate to them a balanced fashion can be more important. Experience with life itself is valuable and helps provide a solid background for the teaching situation which Instructors often find themselves. All applicants must hold a clean and current drivers license. Applicants should be physically able as it must be clearly understood that it is very hard physical work and very stressful mentally. The training staff are walking nearly all day and all types of weather. There are considerable demands prior to and during a class, the latter often proving to be a stressful time. Many other qualities are necessary, ranging from good physical mental coordination, physical strength and staying power. Temperamental stability, self-control, tact, perseverance, a sense of humour, some natural authority and a willingness to take on responsibility are important all addition to a fondness of people and of animals, particularly dogs. From time to time, all the Apprentices are required to live More details be given if selected for interview. Unfortunately, due to the large number of enquires we receive, we are unable to offer any type of preliminary interview or job shadowing. This opportunity opening is extremely rare. If you are interested, please forward your resume. Your resume be kept on file for six months. No telephone calls please. Canadian Guide