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February 14, 2018

February & March Upcoming Training


*Negotiating - Achieving Better Solutions For Your Business 

February 15  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info   


*Performance Coaching For Success

February 16  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info 


*Professional Telephone Skills 

February 21  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info


*The Art Of Email 

February 21  |   1:00pm-4:00pm   |  More Info  


*Leadership Promotion - Making The Transition From Peer To Boss 

February 22  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info 


*Generations in the Workplace  

February 23  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info 


Food Handler Certification - SATURDAY

February 24  |   9:00am-4:00pm   |  More Info  

COST: $85.00+GST  *Challenge Exam Available $55.00+GST


Emergency First Aid & CPR Level C with AED - SATURDAY

February 24  |   9:00am-4:00pm   |  More Info  

COST: $99.00+GST

*Retail Merchandising

February 27  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info 


*AED / CPR 2 Hour Session 

February 27  |  9:00am - 11:00am  | More Info 


MARCH 2018


Food Handler Certification

March 6    |   9:00am-4:00pm   |  More Info  

COST: $85.00+GST  *Challenge Exam Available $55.00+GST

*Developing a Policies and Procedures Manual

March 7  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info


*Marketing in a Digitally Savvy World

March 8  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info

*Stress Management
March 9  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info 


*Event Coordinator 101

March 12  |  9:00am-12:00pm  | More Info 

COST: $49.00+GST  *NOTE: Regular price $99 (now 50% off)


*Teambuilding & Conflict Resolution Skills

March 13  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info

*Art of Communication
March 14  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info


*Blogging for Business

March 15  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info

*Five Skills of a Powerful & Effective Leader
March 16  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info

*Basic Business Math - The Numbers That Will Help Your Business Succeed
March 20  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info

*Presentation Skills-Getting Your Message Across with Confidence

March 21  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info

*Assertiveness in the Workplace

March 22  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info

*Instagram for Business
March 23  |   9:00am-12:00pm   |  More Info

*Facebook For Business
March 26  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info

*Direct Booking Strategy For Hotels
March 27  |  9:00am-12:00pm  |  More Info  

*Reading and Understanding Financial Statements and Using them as a Manager

March 27  |  1:00pm-4:00pm  |  More Info


*Manitoba BEST Service Excellence

March 28  |  9:00am-4:00pm  |  More Info

*Handling Difficult Situations - Supervisors & Managers

March 29  |  1:00pm-4:00pm  |  More Info


*Complimentary Sessions

Contact MTEC at 204-957-7437 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

All courses will be held at the MTEC Training Centre, 75 Scurfield Boulevard, Unit 3, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3Y 1P6.   **Free parking available!

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Dijon, February 2018. From the beginning of the next academic year, Burgundy School of Business' School of Wine & Spirits Business (SWSB) will be launching a brand new programme taught entirely in English: the MBA Wine & Spirits Business. Directed by Jacques Thébault, the programme is aimed at high-potential wine and spirits enthusiasts with at least 3 years of prior professional experience aspiring to a managerial or entrepreneurial career abroad. Students will assimilate the particular requirements and nuances of this specific sector via comprehensive course content and a broad range of enriching learning experiences. The first class is expected to comprise students of several nationalities.

Discovering the sector, products and necessary managerial skills from A to Z

MBA Wine & Spirits Business Director Jacques Thébault brings to the programme his 25 years of experience in wine and spirits management, gained over three continents: “We can count on the expert knowledge of faculty including a Master of Wine, a wine producer and a number of PhD-qualified professors, as well as academic and professional lecturers from our highly international network. The programme has been devised with a view to combining sector-specific knowledge and management skills, via a blend of courses covering the fundamentals of the wine and spirits business and management applied to the sector, with particular emphasis placed upon wine and spirits marketing, achieved via especially up-to-date case studies.”

Exploring the global wine and spirits market in depth

Not only is the programme expected to attract cohorts comprising a variety of different nationalities and nurture enriching debate within small-sized groups, but also the training delivered will provide truly detailed insight into the world of wine and spirits. “Participants will embark on at least three study trips”, specifies Jacques Thébault. “The trips will be to London, one of the most competitive markets in the world, in order to study the various aspects of export, distribution, and production; to New York, one of the largest global consumption markets in the world, to study distribution but also marketing and communications; and to several French-based production areas.” 

Throughout the curriculum, pupils will also take part in a series of targeted, behind-closed-doors conferences (Wine & Spirits VIP Room), attend headlining forums such as ProWein in Germany, and benefit from the 1000-strong SWSB alumni network. “This MBA meets the growing demand for a globally-minded, business-oriented training programme, both from companies operating within the sector and international candidates with confirmed backgrounds”, adds Jérôme Gallo, SWSB Director.

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STAMFORD, Conn., Feb. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Innis & Gunn, one of the UK's most successful international craft brewers, has unveiled a brand new look with a unifying packaging rebrand across its core barrel-aged and craft brewed beers range.

The introduction of the new Innis & Gunn packaging marks a return to its roots in barrel-ageing. A pioneer of barrel-ageing, the craft brewer has over a decade of experience using two different methods of achieving the incredible flavour that a barrel can impart to the beer - the traditional beer into barrel method which is used for the brewer's popular small-batch limited edition range of beers, and the unique to Innis & Gunn 'barrel into beer' method developed for its core range by Founder and Master Brewer Dougal Gunn Sharp.

The brewer's innovative 'barrel into beer' technique turns the traditional method on its head to barrel-age more beer at a greater consistency, without losing any of the flavour.  The return to barrel-ageing on the core range has been the culmination of years of research to establish the technology and supplier partnerships to create this technique of breaking the barrels down into pieces, which are then toasted to develop a spectrum of aroma and flavour elements.

The versatility of the 'barrel into beer' technique is showcased in the new barrel-aged rum beer in the core-range, which has been aged using 100% Jamaican rum barrel pieces. Taking inspiration from the Caribbean home of the rum barrels, Innis & Gunn has launched the new rum barrel-aged beer with the name Blood Red Sky, replacing the previous Rum Finish in the line-up.

Dougal Gunn Sharp, Innis & Gunn Founder and Master Brewer said: "First and foremost our mission is to push the boundaries of craft beer, to keep evolving and developing new ideas and techniques. I'm enormously proud of our commitment to quality and innovation, resulting in our new unique barrel into beer method of barrel-ageing. This puts Innis & Gunn in the privileged position of being able to amplify the flavour in our beer using both traditional and modern innovative techniques. 2018 commemorates our 15th year anniversary and we'll be introducing some very exciting beers lined up to showcase the possibilities of barrel-ageing beer.

The new look for Innis & Gunn in store and in bar is designed to share our story and craft credentials with consumers, reflecting our unique position at the centre of craft brewing tradition and innovation."

The new packaging design takes inspiration from Innis & Gunn's home city of Edinburgh, Scotland. Each day at 1pm at Edinburgh's iconic Castle a large gun sounds in a tradition dating back to 1861 when it allowed ships nearby to set the maritime clocks they needed to navigate the world's oceans and deliver renowned Scottish products. The distinctive swirls and ripples on the packaging are a nod to the nearby "One O' Clock Gunn" and reflect the explosion of flavour found in Innis & Gunn beers.  The new look will extend beyond packaging into point-of-sale materials.

The Innis & Gunn rebrand will take place across their core-range line-up including: The Original, Barrel Aged Scotch Ale, Blood Red Sky, Jamaican Rum Barrel Red Beer, and Bourbon Barrel Porter (the new name of their Bourbon Aged Dark Ale), as well as their Irish Whiskey seasonal offering, and future styles. The new packaging will start hitting US shelves this month.

The new packaging launch follows a transformational 18 months for Innis & Gunn which has seen significant growth in the business, including the recent announcement that the world's leading consumer goods private equity firm, L Catterton, has invested in the business, fueling the Edinburgh based company's ambitious growth opportunities in the UK and internationally.

To find Innis & Gunn in the US, please visit our importer's website at:

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CHARLOTTETOWN (February 8, 2018)

PEI Brewing Company announced today that they will be releasing their core line-up of Gahan beers with a fresh new look.
After releasing their Gahan Sir John A’s Honey Wheat Ale 473ml cans with a refreshed look last summer in celebration of Canada 150, the company decided to make the change a permanent one.
“The response from the public on the new Sir John A’s Honey Wheat Ale cans was so overwhelmingly positive that we decided it was time to give the rest of the core line-up a makeover as well.” says Jeff Squires, President of the PEI Brewing Company.
Added Shelley Bruce, Senior Marketing Manager “We wanted to maintain the historical, timeless identity that the brand has become known for, while giving it a more current look and feel that will appeal to today’s craft beer consumer.”
The newly refreshed packaging will start rolling out this week, beginning with the brand’s 1772 IPA and Sir John A’s Honey Wheat Ale 500ml bottles.
PEI Brewing Company currently brews and distributes the Gahan Line of Handcrafted Ales, Rogue's Roost, Beach Chair Lager and the After Hours Series. Their products can be found at all Prince Edward Island liquor outlets as well as in select locations in New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Manitoba, Alberta and Ontario.  


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