Tribal Food Service Management
Are your tribal food service facilities serving your community or are they in need of service? Indian communities own and manage food service operations in hospitals, housing units, schools and other buildings that need day-to-day attention as well as long-range planning. This class will show you how to manage your tribe's food service operations effectively and efficiently.
During this two-day class, you'll learn the functions and processes needed to manage any tribal food service facility, the latest trends in food service management and when to partner with other companies to streamline your operation. You'll explore case studies and how to take a problem-solving approach to the most common issues that arise in the food service business, including food safety concerns, decision making, maintaining your food costs and human resources issues.
One of the keys to completing successful road construction projects is a thoughtful planning process that considers community input. This class will discuss the entire process, from completing a road inventory to planning with tribal leaders and members to developing a 20-year transportation plan. Youíll learn strategies for working effectively with external consultants and how to identify alternative sources of funding. Donít miss this opportunity to improve your transportation system and expand your infrastructure.
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