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Documents & Resources

Below you will find links to documents and other resources that supplement our courses, workshops and certifications. Follow the links to learn more and to download.

Documents and Resources

It provides information about Cannabis for food and beverage servers, bartenders, liquor retailers, and security staff. This information is provided as a supplement to your SIRS training.


Your Daily Log allows you to record events such as weather or community activities that affect your business. Your Incident Log provides you with an important record of significant events that may have an impact on liability.


Your Daily Log allows you to record events such as weather or community activities that affect your business. Your Incident Log provides you with an important record of significant events that may have an impact on liability.


The tourism sector is composed of five industries: accommodation, food and beverage services, recreation and entertainment, transportation and travel services. Many businesses in these industries serve both tourists and residents of local communities.


This download provides additional information about Cannabis for full-time and part-time staff, including owners, managers, supervisors, retailers, cashiers, and security staff.


This free presentation will help you gain a better understanding of the visitor economy and the impact it can have on your community.


Serve It Right Saskatchewan (SIRS) is the official provincial responsible service of alcohol program. It provides consistent training for the sale and service of alcohol, helping commercial and special occasion permit holders to ensure that alcohol-related activities are conducted with integrity and in a socially responsible manner.


This PDF catalogue shows all of our recruitment, training and retention products in one, handy publication that you can view any time.


This guide will assist you as you plan, assess, obtain financing, receive approvals for, and develop a successful tourism project in Saskatchewan.


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