As an FDRP Accredited Hospitality Educator or Accredited Hospitality Coach you represent the FDRP in an ambassador-like role and are treated as such. The goal of this program is to develop FDRP Accredited Hospitality Educators to teach FDRP Apprentice and Associate Certification Courses according to the lesson plans and training standards of the Federation of Dining Room Professionals.Here are just some of the benefits you receive by joining our ranks:


The ability and right to administer and correct hard copy examinations to pupils allows you to deliver certification in remote locations or facilities where the internet or computer access is limited, such as in restaurants and hotels.
Go from offering basic training of your staff to providing your clientele with credentialed staff endorsed by the ACF, the ISG and used by Fortune 500 companies.


As an FDRP Accredited Hospitality Educator you can highlight your Educator Accreditation and the trust extended to you from the FDRP by providing personalized certificates.With a small, minimum order of 100 manuals, FDRP can produce student manuals that bear your organization’s logo on the cover and include your own foreword page so you can look your best!


Enjoy access to the following without an annual contract (per-pupil fee applies):

StaffNET™ administrative functions:

  • Keep your registration materials available for pupils in one location;
  • Speed communication and document propagation to your pupils / clients;
  • Fast-track your delivery by giving 24/7 online training access to any pupil.



  • Organize your classes / clients into one combined record;
  • Consolidate FDRP training and external training into one easy-to-use system;
  • Anywhere, anytime access to your complete training history.



If consulting is your business, here is your opportunity not only to generate income from your service, but also from the materials you provide your clients.


After two years as an AHE, becoming a AHC (Accredited Hospitality Coach) allows you to run AHE Workshops and train other Accredited Educators!
The FDRP Accredited Hospitality Educator Workshop is designed to teach you how to teach others to meet FDRP hospitality standards, and empower you to certify them using FDRP lesson plans and training methods. More than that, employing an Accredited Hospitality Educator (AHE) not only sets your organization apart, it puts it head and shoulders above them.