University of North Texas Campus Dining Selects Foodservice Training Portal to Transform Training Across the Organization






University of North Texas Campus Dining Selects Foodservice Training Portal to Transform Training Across the Organization

UNT Dining to provide anti-bias, sexual harassment, customer service and allergen training to its foodhandlers

University of North Texas Campus Dining Selects Foodservice Training Portal to Transform Training Across the OrganizationUNT Dining, the largest self-supported food service department in North Texas has partnered with Foodservice Training Portal to provide content-related services for its foodhandlers who serve more than 5 million meals annually.

The UNT food service program is award winning and has been nationally recognized by organizations like Food Service Director Magazine, the Presidents Council for Responsible Medicine and PETA. They are also the recipient of the prestigious Loyal E. Horton Award from the National Association of College and University Food Services.  UNT Dining will be providing the Anti-Bias eStart, Sexual Harassment eStart, Customer eStart, and Allergen eStart courses produced by Foodservice Training Portal directly to their employees through their Dining Service Intranet.

Noted Bill McNeace, Executive Director of UNT Dining, Foodservice Training Portal’s courses are “easy-to-use and effective.” This provides UNT Dining with, “an online turnkey complete training solution with updates and documentation. It is everything I need and want,” for our dining program. “I’m glad they were intuitive enough to figure out what I was looking for.”

UNT will stand as a proactive leader among campus dining programs with the integration of anti-bias training as part of its onboarding and ongoing training for staff. “Hundreds of new people come together to work with and serve each other each semester. We’re pretty good at teaching the cutting, chopping, cooking, cashiering and serving but every semester somebody’s feelings get hurt over something someone says, does or doesn’t say or do. Our work is hard enough. We don’t need unfairness and prejudice to boot. Anything that makes us better people makes us better at our jobs,” stated McNeace about the launch of Anti-Bias eStart for the 2018-2019 school year.

Foodservice Training Portal is a leading provider of cloud-based learning tools for restaurants, hospitality, grocery, retail and institutional feeders. The company has seamlessly integrated technology-based learning into self-managed campus dining programs across the country. The on-demand training increases operational efficiency for these operators while reducing their overall training costs.

“We are proud to partner with forward-thinking organizations like UNT Dining and help them deliver the critical training their learners need,” said Leslie Bucher, Director of Business Development for Foodservice Training Portal. “Bill and his team are award-winning for many reasons- but most importantly they are team-focused.  Implementing a cohesive training program with engaging content allows them to focus even more on the food and service, not on the minutiae of running the operation.”

Foodservice Training Portal is a leader in the field of e-Learning and hospitality talent training solutions. The company provides cloud-based education tools for their customers, who range from single location foodservice operations to national institutional feeders- providing products to assist clients in effectively achieving their training goals. For more information, visit www.foodservicetrainingportal.com.

For information about University of North Texas Dining, visit http://www.dining.unt.edu





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