Engage Online

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CFI’s powerful Engage training is now accessible anytime, anywhere through CFI Online.

Engage has effectively equipped thousands of participants with new tools to effectively connect with consumers, thought leaders and influencers to earn trust in today’s food system.

Engage Online, a series of five, self-paced training modules with valuable learning exercises, is designed to provide you with a better understanding of today’s consumer and equip and empower you with the skills to approach conversations in a whole new way – to earn trust by engaging in any conversation about food and agriculture with confidence.

The modules are: Today’s Consumer and the Erosion of Trust; What the Research Tells Us; The Power of Shared Values; Engage in Three Simple Steps and Your Values Message.
Upon successfully completing all five modules and the final assessment, participants earn an Engage Online certificate. You’ll also be equipped and empowered to approach conversations in whole new way — to earn trust by engaging in any conversation about food and agriculture with confidence.

Pricing Options
All enrollment options include access for three months. Individual cost to purchase Engage Online is $325. Group discounts are available for companies and organizations. Customization is also possible – we can add your logo and develop tailored training scenarios to maximize the training.

“Engage Online is very well designed and had a great mix of textual, audio, and visual components. The course is divided into manageable chunks, and the application exercises within the modules are wonderful.” Courtney Meyer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Texas Tech University

“Engage Online is very engaging and easy to follow. It provides information that can be difficult to grasp, but it’s presented in a way that’s easy to comprehend. The course is relevant and appropriate for a range of audiences from students to CEOs.” McKenzie Baecker, Education Specialist, National FFA. 

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To learn more, contact Donna Moenning.