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LPF Releases New LPC Course Content

Friday, January 31, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Ashley Bartol
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The Loss Prevention Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of new content to our LPC Certification Course 3 (LP Operations) covering the unique areas of Grocery, Restaurants/Food Service and Convenience Stores.

Leaders and subject matter experts from 13 companies contributed to the creation of the new Grocery chapter which is focused on the challenges and strategies that grocery LP/AP professionals face.

  • Albertsons | Safeway
  • Ahold Delhaize
  • Big Lots
  • Big Y
  • The Fresh Market
  • Giant Eagle
  • Kroger
  • Price Chopper
  • Publix
  • Weis Markets
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Wakefern Food Corp.
  • Walmart

The Restaurants & Food Service chapter, with content contributed by leaders and subject matter experts from 6 companies, focuses on challenges and strategies such as franchises, food safety, and mobile delivery.

  • Bodie-Noell Enterprises
  • CKE Restaurants
  • Dominoes
  • Dunkin Brands
  • McDonald's
  • Wendy's

The Convenience Stores chapter had contributions to the content from leaders and subject matter experts from 4 companies and focuses on topics such as the sale of restricted products, store layouts, and store safety.

  • 7-Eleven
  • Circle K
  • Kum & Go
  • Wawa

 

Thank you to all that helped to make this new content possible!

 

If you are you LPCertified?  Would you like to have access to our 2020 LPC Course Content Update? 

Requirements:

  • LPCertified professional
  • LPC: Current on recertification and in good standing

>>Request Access Today<<

Have questions on your recertification, email ashley.bartol@losspreventionfoundation.org

Ready to re-certify?  Login to your profile and go to: Recertification Center

Once enrolled, you will be sent an invitation email to access the course.

 Once enrolled, you will be sent an invitation email to access the course.

 

 


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