Category: Local Attractions

We’re going to St. John’s!

September 22nd, 2016 by

We can’t wait to head to St. John’s, Newfoundland for our 5-Day Advanced Root Cause Analysis and Team Leader Training course November 14-18. Not only will you improve your root cause analysis techniques and bring home valuable knowledge to your company, but you’ll also get the chance to visit this beautiful, historic city. St. John’s is considered to be the oldest English-founded city in North America. It’s English culture, beautiful harbour and colorful architecture gives it a distinct & unique personality.

Food: 

RocketFood: This quaint bakery and fresh food cafe has been recognized on the Food Network and several international magazines. It must be delicious!

Raymond’s: If you’re interested in a more gourmet, upscale restaurant then Raymond’s is for you.

ONE11 Chophouse: A great steak isn’t all this highly-rated chophouse has to offer. The warm, fine dining experience is one of the best around.

Attractions: 

Newman Wine Vaults: Enjoy a variety of fresh wine at one of Newman’s Wine Vaults.

East Coast Trail: Would you consider yourself an outdoor enthusiast? Take a hike on the East Coast Trail and see views of St. John’s that you can’t see anywhere else.

Commissariat House: Experience the 19th Century British power struggle through a well-done interactive exhibit at the Commissariat House.

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TapRooT® Around the World: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

September 15th, 2016 by

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TapRooT® is coming to Montreal! Our essential 2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis public course will be offered October 24-25. In this course, you’ll learn how our robust system will improve every step of your investigations.

Montreal prides itself on preserving their old Europe feel within such a large, contemporary city. Buildings such as Basilique Notre Dame and Stade Olympique are within close proximity to each other, but they couldn’t be more different in architectural design. Join TapRooT® in October and find many other examples of such diverse and unique design.

Food: 

Le Robin Square: A fun twist on classic favorites like hotdogs, BLTs and french fries.

Damas Restaurant: Middle Eastern food is a delicacy that Montreal chefs have mastered and shared within North American cultures.

Breizh Cafe: Enjoy a cozy cup of fresh coffee along with a variety of homemade desserts and crepes, a traditional French favorite.

Attractions:

Notre-Dame Basilica: This historical monument is a treasure in Montreal that any tourist would appreciate.

Whiskey Café: Walk back in time to this 1930’s themed bar filled with whiskey, wine & cigars galore.

Montreal Museum of Fine Art: Filled with Contemporary art, graphic design, Canadian artists, and many more, this art museum is for any art enthusiast.

Ready to REGISTER NOW? Follow this link to our registration page.

TapRooT® Around the World: Hong Kong

September 8th, 2016 by

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Complex. A word often used to describe a cultural sensation like the city of Hong Kong. The history of Hong Kong dates back almost 40,000 years in the region of Chep Lap Kok, and it has grown intensely ever since. If you’re not familiar with the atmosphere that thrives here, just imagine wonderfully colorful, rare birds, lush nature, a famously diverse culinary scene, street markets, lavish malls, villages on the countryside and a city center like none other. It’s one of a kind.

TapRooT® will be in this vibrant city October 10-11 for a TapRooT® 2-Day Root Cause Analysis public course. Join us for a trip of a lifetime and a chance to boost your career with the best root cause analysis and investigation training.

Here are just a few of the best things to do and eat in Hong Kong:

Lung King Heen: A very highly rated, impeccable Cantonese restaurant in the heart of the city.

AMMO: A little nervous about traditional Chinese food? Try Mediterranean from the famous Hong Kong harbour.

Victoria Peak: Take a train or bus up 552m to get the best view in the city.

Mong Kok Markets: Street markets are for finding unique, bespoke, specialty items. Even if you don’t buy anything, this is an adventure worth taking.

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Optimize Your Equipment Reliability with an Equifactor® Course!

September 1st, 2016 by

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Equipment problems can be difficult, but fixing them is vital for safety in the workplace and efficiency in production. Where do you start? Find the root cause of the failure. But how? Come to a TapRooT® Equifactor® public course to learn how to find that root cause, develop effective solutions and implement them successfully. Our systematic process is reliable, and your equipment should be, too.

Knoxville is not only the home of the Tennessee Vols but also headquarters of Tennessee Valley Authority and lifestyle media company, Scripps Network. This large city right in the heart of Appalachia is surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains giving you an astounding view anywhere you go, especially in the Autumn.

Take a trip to Knoxville and join TapRooT® for this local public course.

Food: 

Stock and Barrel: This rustic, fun restaurant offers the best burgers in the area. Voted by locals.

Calhoun’s on the River: Enjoy eating with a great view? Calhoun’s serves great barbecue right on the Tennessee River.

Litton’s: A Knoxville favorite! One of the best hometown restaurants serving homestyle burgers, fries and dessert with friendly service.

Attractions: 

Market Square: Full of restaurants, bars and boutiques, there’s no better place to enjoy a night out in Knoxville.

Maple Hall Bowling Alley: The trendiest bowling alley you’ve ever seen that is located underground. It doesn’t get much cooler than that.

World’s Fair Park: Located next to University of Tennessee’s campus, this famous park was built for the 1984 World’s Fair. Fun area for the kids!

Old City: This area of Knoxville has been brought back to life and is better than ever. Located near Market Square, you can get a feel for all Knoxville has to offer in one place.

Ready to register for this Knoxville Equifactor® course? Click Here

Things to do in Johannesburg, South Africa

August 18th, 2016 by

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September 12-16 |  TapRooT® 5-Day Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training | Are you coming?

Johannesburg, or Joburg as the locals call it, is an amazingly diverse city that goes unnoticed. It is said to be the world’s largest city not located directly on a water source, however, it is located on mineral rich land where the city’s source of gold and diamonds come from. It is also known as Africa’s economic powerhouse due to it being the largest economy of any metropolitan area in Sub-Saharan Africa. Not only that, it’s rich history with Apartheid and Nelson Mandela are what really make the country of South Africa an historical landmark. Visit Joburg and see what this massive city has to offer, including our TapRooT® 5-Day course.

Food:

Mugg & Bean Cafe: This delicious little cafe offers a little of everything from barbeque and quesadillas to cupcakes and soups.

Lucky Bean Guesthouse: Enjoy a contemporary restaurant serving traditional African foods with a modern twist.

SalvationCafe: If you love gourmet flavors and branching out from the everyday menu, check out this quaint cafe.

Attractions:

Gold Reef City: Fun on every corner! Theme parks, dining, theaters, etc await you as you stroll through and take it all in.

Apartheid Museum: This highly-rated, very well-done history museums is an educational, impacting experience for anyone!

Liliesleaf Farm: If you like museums, this one will definitely catch your eye. Through interactive exhibits, learn about the deep history and struggle of South African liberation in the secret headquarters of the African National Congress.

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We’re going to Nashville!

June 1st, 2016 by

We can’t wait to go to Nashville, Tennessee August 11-12! Seats won’t last long in this course. Click the image below and register today!

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We’re Heading to the Northeast United States this Summer!

June 1st, 2016 by

We don’t get to the Northeast United States as much as we’d like, but we have two quickly approaching summer opportunities for you if you’ve been waiting to take a course in this area.  Boost your career! Learn a complete investigation process in just two days!

Join us in Pittsburgh!  But hurry!

We can still get you in the Pittsburgh, PA course (June 20-21) if you REGISTER NOW!  Or click the image below to find out more including summertime fun in Pittsburgh … the Pirates v. Giants baseball game (what’s a summer without baseball?) and Cirque du Soleil.

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Join us in Hartford in July!

Our Hartford, Connecticut course scheduled July 13 & 14 is filling up. It’s a great city to combine business and pleasure. REGISTER NOW or click the image below to learn more about the course, and about some fun things to do at the end of the day to relax and recharge.

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We can’t wait to go to Connecticut!

May 20th, 2016 by

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Like many things in your professional life, there’s no black and white when it comes to making bold career-changing decisions, but this training might just be the thing you need to breathe new life into your career and open up your opportunities!

Learn to analyze problems, identify causes and stop them from happening again.

TapRooT® is not just a root cause analysis system but is a complete investigation process that helps investigators collect the information they need to find root causes. This course offers all of the TapRooT® essential techniques and information you need to conduct a root cause analysis.

There’s so much to do in Hartford! You can bring the family during summer break and check out the Mark Twain Museum or the Connecticut Science Center or enjoy some downtime strolling Elizabeth Park Conservancy with dinner at Salute or Max Downtown.

We can’t wait to head up to the Northeast United States to Hartford, Connecticut!

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Why San Antonio? Why not??

March 3rd, 2016 by

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San Antonio offers the world to its visitors . . . and the 2016 Global TapRooT® Summit in August is the perfect opportunity to bring your family for some fun!

If you appreciate culture and history, San Antonio’s Market Square is an ideal representation of preserving the City’s Spanish and Mexican culture for present and future generations. And who can think of San Antonio without thinking of The Alamo? A visit to The Alamo’s Shrine and Long Barrack Museum will also introduce you to the rich heritage of the City.

Just around the corner from The Alamo is the Rivercenter Mall (located on San Antonio’s famous River Walk). The Mall offers 125 stores, dining and entertainment. (Visit The Shops at LaCantera for another upscale shopping experience!) While you are at the Rivercenter Mall, you can purchase tickets for a boat tour (provided by Rio San Antonio Cruises) or you may choose to enjoy the natural beauty of the “Paseo del Rio” (Walk of the River) by foot.

You may also want to visit The King William Historic District which covers a 25 square block area and is Texas’ first Historic Neighborhood District.

You will be delighted at your choices of restaurants. Biga on the Banks, EZ’s Brick Oven and Grill and, for Texas-sized portions, Lulu’s Bakery & Cafe are just a few recommended to me by a friend and local resident.

Arrive in San Antonio a day or two early, and you’ll have time to spend at your choice of several popular tourist attractions including:

SeaWorld San Antonio,

Six Flags Fiesta Texas, and the

San Antonio Zoo

And don’t leave the Alamo City without a final spectacular view from the 750-foot high deck of The Tower of the Americas.

LEARN MORE about the 2016 Global TapRooT® Summit!

Public TapRooT® Course in Johannesburg, South Africa

January 28th, 2016 by

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Where in the world will TapRooT® be in February? Johannesburg! February 29-March 4, 2016, TapRooT® will be hosting a 5-Day Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training Public Course. Are you coming?

There are quite a few things about Johannesburg that many people don’t know. It is said to be the world’s largest city not located directly on a water source, however, it is located on mineral rich land where the city’s source of gold and diamonds come from. It is also known as Africa’s economic powerhouse due to it being the largest economy of any metropolitan area in Sub-Saharan Africa. Not only that, it’s rich history with Apartheid and Nelson Mandela are what really make the country of South Africa an historical landmark. Visit Joburg and see what all this massive city has to offer, including our TapRooT® 5-Day course.

Food:

Mugg & Bean Cafe: This delicious little cafe offers a little of everything from barbeque and quesadillas to cupcakes and soups.

The GrillHouse Rosebank: Enjoy a fabulous steak dinner in a warm atmosphere with live music here at The GrillHouse.

SalvationCafe: If you love gourmet flavors and branching out from the everyday menu, check out this quaint cafe.

Attractions:

Gold Reef City: Fun on every corner! Theme parks, dining, theaters, etc await you as you stroll through and take it all in.

Apartheid Museum: History museums are always an educational, impacting experience for anyone!

Peacemakers Museum: What an inspirational and interesting exhibit full of the history of all Nobel Peace Laureates. You’re sure to learn something new and leave encouraged by all the incredible men and women all across the globe.

 

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Summit 2016 Local Attractions: The River Walk

January 14th, 2016 by

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The history of the River Walk begins back in the late 17th century when a group of Indians discovered this beautiful land and river area. As celebrations were in order, the Indians thought this was the perfect place to camp for “Saint Anthony’s day”, thus the name San Antonio. Fast-forwarding 250 years, past many deadly floods and The Alamo, a group of men eager to improve their city, control the flooding and provide for their community pitched their ideas for the River Walk to the authorities. On March 14, 1941, construction was complete and a river carnival and night parade were held in celebration of the newest, most exciting development in San Antonio. The River Walk has since become a local favorite and one of Texas’s most visited attractions.

Over the years many additions have been made such as exciting nightlife, a variety of shops, restaurants, and entertainment for all ages and interests. Come visit for yourself!

Did you know the 2016 Global TapRooT® Summit is being held in San Antonio on August 1-5? Registration opens soon, so gather your team and be apart of one of the best performance improvement conferences, network with a variety of colleagues and experts from around the world, and enjoy the beautiful city of San Antonio.

REGISTER today!

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Summit 2016 Local Attractions: The Alamo

January 5th, 2016 by

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The Alamo, an historical icon of the Texas Revolution located in none-other-than San Antonio, Texas. This old building made of limestone was the fortress and safe house for the Mexican army, but in the Battle of the Alamo in 1836, the Texas rebels forged their way in and gained control. Now it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in San Antonio and has inspired a blockbuster movie released in 2004.

Many have wondered where the name “The Alamo” originated, assuming it has a deep, cultural meaning. Surprisingly, “The Alamo” is translated to “cottonwood”, and many scholars believe that name was chosen because of the greenery surrounding the building. However, scholars are unsure as to why they chose “cottonwood”, and if there was a more significant meaning behind it than just simple trees. It’s always interesting to learn the small, fun facts about such iconic places.

Did you know that the 2016 Global TapRooT® Summit is being held in San Antonio August 1-5? The countdown begins and we are looking forward to sharing best practices, learning from keynote speakers, networking with our wonderful Friends and Experts and visiting the beautiful city of San Antonio and all it has to offer.

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*Don’t forget about the group discount! Bring the whole team and save money.

Upcoming Public TapRooT® Course in Scottsdale, AZ

December 17th, 2015 by

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Join TapRooT® on the West Coast in Scottsdale, Arizona January 20th for a 2-Day Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Public Course. Scottsdale’s own slogan is “The West’s Most Western Town”. It has also been mentioned by The New York Times as a “desert version of Miami South Beach” with beautiful 70-degree weather throughout the winter months. It’s an experience all it’s own filled with a variety of shows, cultural events and fairs all year long. And if golf is your favorite pastime, Scottsdale is known as one of the nation’s premier destinations. Plan your TapRooT® Training in Scottsdale today!

Food:

Cafe Monarch: Enjoy fine, American cuisine that has received numerous awards, including the 2015 OpenTable Top 100 Restaurants in America.

Butterfields Pancake House: You know it has to be good with a name like “Butterfields”. Feast on delicious breakfast food all day.

True Food Kitchen: Prefer the freshest ingredients and innovative recipes? True Food has it all and is highly rated with a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.

Attractions: 

McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park: Take a walk through this exhibit on the various rail cars built in the early 1900’s.

Downtown Scottsdale: “Where the Old West Meets the New West”- filled with art galleries, shopping, restaurants and exciting nightlife.

Western Spirit, Scottsdale’s Museum of the West: Take in all the Western culture you can at this state-of-the-art museum. A few exhibitions to name are the Lewis & Clark Journey and A Salute to Cowboy Artists.

 

REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE TODAY

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Upcoming Public TapRooT® Course in Aberdeen, Scotland

December 10th, 2015 by

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Join TapRooT® for a 5-Day Advanced Root Cause Analysis and Team Leader Training Course on January 18-22, 2015. Aberdeen is known for many things in the northeast such as their busy heliports, oil industry, education and seaport. It was also recognized by the HSBC as being a leading business hub and a “super-city”. Along with their outstanding economy, Aberdeen has beautiful Victorian Era architecture. You won’t regret visiting this wonderful city and learning more advanced root cause analysis techniques.

Food: 

Mamma Mia: This quaint Italian restaurant serves a little bit of everything with delicious coffee and desserts.

Bite Me: Freshly made, gourmet dishes in a small cafe in Scotland. Give it a try!

Sand Dollar Cafe: A seaside bistro that serves some of the best seafood around.

Attractions:

The Gordon Highlanders Museum: This highly reviews history museum is a tourist and local hit. Learn some interesting Scottish and World history.

Aberdeen Maritime Museum: Interested in boats and sailing the seas? Enjoy a visit to this historical and informational museum.

Craigievar Castle: Take a step back in time and visit a real life castle.

REGISTER HERE for this Aberdeen course.

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Upcoming Public TapRooT® Course in Lake Charles, LA

November 19th, 2015 by

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Join TapRooT® in Lake Charles on December 15 for a 2-Day Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Public Course. 

Acadania, the official title for the French Louisiana region. This area is a major cultural and educational center in the Southwest United States. Lake Charles is a diverse area containing a major petrochemical refining center, gaming center, home to McNeese State University, and the Festival Capital of Louisiana, with over 75 festivals held annually. Especially in December, Lake Charles is a great vacation spot with its tropical climate and Southern hospitality.

Food: 

Tony’s Pizza: A popular Lake Charles pizza place with the areas best salads, pastas, pizzas, Po Boys and more.

Pujo Street Café: Classic Louisiana cuisine as well as a wide selection of burgers and sandwiches. The Shrimp Bisque is a crowd favorite and a Pujo Street Café tradition.

Pats of Henderson: Authentic Cajun kitchen serving Lake Charles for more than 50 years. Gumbos, crawfish, frog legs, and alligator, it doesn’t get more Cajun than that.

Attractions: 

Creole Nature Trail: One of the first National Scenic Byways and considered one of America’s “Last Great Wildernesses”. Enjoy this more than 180-mile stretch through Louisiana’s Outback.

Graywood Championship Golf Course: . Named one of Golf Digest’s top 100 public courses in the country, and ESPN ranked it as “extraordinary” in its review of the country’s top golf clubs. It’s a must for all players.

The Mardi Gras Museum of Imperial Calcasieu: This museum features the largest collection of Mardi Gras Costumes on the Gulf Coast. Take in the heart behind Louisiana’s culture.

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Upcoming TapRooT® Public Course in Las Vegas

November 12th, 2015 by

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Need an escape from the cold, winter weather? Join TapRooT® in Las Vegas December 2 for a Public TapRooT® Course. Register for the 2-Day Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis or the 3-Day Equifactor® Equipment Troubleshooting and Root Cause Analysis; Two great options, one great time and place! Las Vegas is the Entertainment Capital of the World with live shows, famous restaurants, casinos, and elaborate hotels. You’ve never had a better excuse to go to Vegas!

Food:

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab: Rated in the top 3 restaurants in Las Vegas for the incredible steak and seafood and overall experience. It’s a must try!

Mr. Mama’s: Breakfast at any time, any day. Homestyle menu with a unique spin on old favorites.

Garrett’s Popcorn: It’s not often you find a specialty popcorn shop, so when you do, you must go. A menu full of flavor, sweet & salty, and customizable tins for the perfect experience.

Attractions: 

Visit Hotels:

The Bellagio: Directly out front, the hotel’s fountains put on a full show that is sure to entertain.

Caesar’s Palace: Shop, shop, shop. A whole strip of mostly high-end shops located inside.

New York New York: Ever been to New York? Experience the fast-paced, city life captured in the theme of this hotel. You’ll feel like you’re there!

The LINQ Promenade: Restaurants, pubs, sweet shops, boutiques and the High Roller observation deck. Fun for all, all in one place.

Madame Tussauds: A wax museum like you’ve never seen before. Exact replicas of prominent people from all over the world- tour the museum and be amazed.

Register today: Las Vegas 2-Day Public Course | Las Vegas 3-Day Public Course

Upcoming TapRooT® Public Course in Knoxville, TN

November 5th, 2015 by

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Visit Knoxville, Tennessee, the home of TapRooT®, this winter on December 8, 2015 for a 2-Day Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Public Course. Knoxville is not only the home of the Tennessee Vols but also headquarters of Tennessee Valley Authority and Scripps Network. This large city right in the heart of Appalachia is surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains giving you an astounding view anywhere you go. Take a trip to Knoxville and join TapRooT® for this local public course.

Food: 

Stock and Barrel: This rustic, fun restaurant offers the best burgers in the area. Voted by locals.

Calhoun’s on the River: Enjoy eating with a great view? Calhoun’s serves great barbecue right on the Tennessee River.

Litton’s: A Knoxville favorite! One of the best hometown restaurants serving homestyle burgers, fries and dessert with friendly service.

Attractions: 

Market Square: Full of restaurants, bars and boutiques, there’s no better place to enjoy a night out in Knoxville.

Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame: Get to know the history of UT Women’s basketball and the leader of it all- Pat Summit.

World’s Fair Park: Located next to University of Tennessee’s campus, this famous park was built for the 1984 World’s Fair. Fun area for the kids!

 

Ready to register for this Knoxville public course? Click Here

 

Upcoming Public TapRooT® Course in Edmonton, Canada

October 22nd, 2015 by

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See you in Edmonton! TapRooT® is hosting a 5-Day Public Course on November 16-20 and it’s not too late to register. Sign up today.

Edmonton is nicknamed “Canada’s Festival City” for it’s long-standing traditional festivals that take place year-round. There’s a festival for everyone, art, dragon boat, rodeo, Shakespeare, film and heritage. Edmonton has more than just fun activities, it is also known for it’s outstanding educational centers. One to name is the reputable University of Alberta that continues to enroll approximately 40,000 students. Come visit the cultural, exciting city of Edmonton with us.

Food: 

The Hardware Grill: Enjoy fine wine and gourmet cuisine that was voted as the 2015 “Diner’s Choice”.

Duchess Bake Shop: Everyone loves a cafe with a special pastry menu- cookies, tarts and brownies galore!

Hathaway’s Diner: You can’t go wrong with traditional, delicious diner food especially when it’s been awarded a Certificate of Excellence among all restaurants in Edmonton.

Attractions: 

West Edmonton Mall: Bringing the family to Edmonton? This is a one-stop-shop for family fun. Complete with shopping, food, indoor water park, roller coaster, arcade, miniature golf, marine life exhibits and much more.

Fort Edmonton Park: Get to know the history of Edmonton while walking through the beautiful park exhibits.

TELUS World of Science: Science museum like you’ve never experienced before. Themed exhibits, 3D movies, educational tours and am observatory. It’s a must-visit!

 

Public TapRooT® Course in St. John’s, Newfoundland

October 8th, 2015 by

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Enjoy a week this Fall in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. Our TapRooT® instructors will be teaching a 5-Day Advanced Root Cause Analysis and Team Leader Training course on October 26-30. Not only will you improve your root cause analysis techniques and bring home valuable knowledge to your company, but you’ll also get the chance to visit this beautiful, historic city. St. John’s is considered to be the oldest English-founded city in North America. It’s English culture, beautiful harbour and colorful architecture gives it a distinct difference from the rest of Canada.

Food: 

RocketFood: This quaint bakery and fresh food cafe has been recognized on the Food Network and several international magazines meaning it can’t be anything less than delicious.

Raymond’s: If you’re interested in a more gourmet, fancier atmosphere then visit Raymond’s.

ONE11 Chophouse: A great steak isn’t all this high-rated chophouse has to offer. The warm, fine dining experience is one of the best around.

Attractions: 

Newman Wine Vaults: Enjoy a variety of flavors of fresh wine at one of Newman’s Wine Vaults.

East Coast Trail: Would you consider yourself an outdoor enthusiast? Take a hike on the East Coast Trail and see views of St. John’s that you can’t see anywhere else.

Commissariat House: The rich history of St. John’s is something to take in and enjoy. Experience a piece of it at the Commissariat House.

 

REGISTER HERE

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Upcoming TapRooT® Public Course in Montreal, Canada

September 24th, 2015 by

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Join TapRooT® in Montreal, Canada for a 2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Public Course on October 29, 2015. Our TapRooT® courses are jam-packed with all the root cause analysis knowledge you’ll need to take back to your company to conduct better investigations, and why not learn all of that in the beautiful city of Montreal? Montreal is the second largest city in Canada with over half of their population being bilingual in French and English. It has also been ranked number one North American host city for international association events as well as the 8th best University student environment. Such diverse facts all in one historical city. Come see for yourself!

Food: 

Le Robin Square: A fun twist on classic favorites like hotdogs, BLTs and french fries. You won’t find this unique deliciousness anywhere else.

Damas Restaurant: Middle Eastern food is a delicacy that Montreal chefs have mastered and shared within North American cultures.

Breizh Cafe: Enjoy a cozy cup of fresh coffee along with their variety of homemade desserts and crepes.

Attractions:

Notre-Dame Basilica: (pictured above) This historical monument is a treasure in Montreal that any tourists would appreciate.

Cirque de Soleil: Trapeze artists and acrobats put on a beautiful, artistic show that is nothing less than impressive.

Montreal Museum of Fine Art: Filled with Contemporary, graphic design, Canadian artists, and many more, this art museum is for any art enthusiast.

 

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Upcoming Public TapRooT® Course in Christchurch, New Zealand

September 17th, 2015 by

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Join TapRooT® in Christchurch, New Zealand on October 13, 2015 for a 2-Day Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Course. Christchurch is known as The Garden City for its internationally-acclaimed wineries and botanical gardens. In addition to the man-made beauty, Christchurch is famous for the amazing natural beauty and the adventure that goes along with it. The locals maintain healthy lifestyles through constant adventure. Come visit and see why it’s so popular.

Food: 

Christchurch Tramway Restaurant: All aboard! Enjoy dinner and entertainment- a full tour of Christchurch.

Pedro’s House of Lamb: “The Very Best Lamb in New Zealand”, if that’s the slogan, it must be good!

Costas Taverna: Mediterranean food at its finest. Awarded the Certificate of Excellence last year by TripAdvisor.

Attractions:

Christchurch Botanical Gardens: The internationally-acclaimed gardens mentioned above. Check out the event calendar or take a leisurely walk.

Air Force Museum of New Zealand: Read and learn about the history of aviation in New Zealand and experience interactive exhibits.

Christchurch Gondola: Get a 360 degree view of this beautiful city!

 

Ready to register for this course? Click here.

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Public TapRooT® Course in Atlanta

September 3rd, 2015 by

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Atlanta, Georgia, one of the fastest growing metropolitan cities in the United States. With well-known attractions like Turner Field, the Coca-Cola museum and the CNN Center, and one of the United States’ busiest airports, tourism continues to grow. Join TapRooT® in this Southeastern metropolis for a 2-Day Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Public Course October 7, 2015.

Food: 

Bone’s Restaurant: Every city has THAT restaurant that everyone recommends as a must-stop, Bone’s is that restaurant for Atlanta. You simply must stop!

South City Kitchen: “Sophisticated Southern Cuisine”- that’s all you need to know.

Fox Bros BBQ: If you’re like me, a delicious, southern BBQ place is all I need to enjoy a city. Make this one a priority, you won’t be disappointed.

Attractions: 

Turner Field: For all those Braves or MLB fans, Turner field is a landmark. Although the season ends just before this course, a tour of this iconic field still makes for a great experience.

College Football Hall of Fame: No matter your loyalties, this museum covers all things college football. Enjoy the exhibits, and remember all your favorite players and their best moments on the field.

World of Coca Cola: This attraction serves as a history museum for the Coca Cola company as well as an journey through the many flavors. Everyone loves free samples!

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Public TapRooT® Course in Albuquerque, New Mexico

August 27th, 2015 by

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Take a wrong turn in Albuquerque? Stay a while and take a TapRooT® 2-Day Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Public Course. Albuquerque is filled with many natural attractions such as the Sandia Mountains to the East and the Rio Grande in the center. This city is also a populous, metropolitan area that includes important national areas such as the Sandia National Laboratory, Kirkland Air Force Base and Petroglyph National Monument. The culture of Albuquerque is diverse and the population continues to grow. Come experience Albuquerque with TapRooT® on October 5, 2015.

Food: 

California Pastrami: There’s a reason this place is ranked #1 among locals and tourists as the best place to eat in Albuquerque. Need I say more?

Pappadeaux Seafood Restaurant: Delicious, fresh seafood is what’s for dinner! Cooked in ways you’ve never imagined to ensure a unique, excellent dining experience.

The Grove Cafe and Market: I don’t know about you, but breakfast foods are some of my favorites. Especially when they fresh, original and highly recommended.

Attractions: 

Sandia Peak Tramway: Not much of a hiker but love nature? Take this tram up the Sandia Mountains to see it from an unbelievable view.

National Museum of Nuclear Science and History: Stay indoors and learn about the interesting nuclear history of our country and how it landed in Albuquerque.

Albuquerque Biopark Zoo: A nice stroll through a this exotic park located next to the Rio Grande while getting a close look at a wide variety of native animals is always a fun way to spend the day.

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Public TapRooT® Course in Denver, CO

August 20th, 2015 by

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If you’ve never seen the Rocky Mountains in September or experienced the beauty of Denver, now is your chance! TapRooT® is offering a 2-Day Public Course that is filling up quickly. You will have the opportunity to not only learn the valuable TapRooT® root cause techniques, but also visit the one and only “Mile-High City”. The majestic mountains and national parks aren’t the only things worthy of a visit to Denver, though. Check out our entertainment and food suggestions below to begin planning your trip today!

Food:

Snooze: Whether you’re a breakfast person or not, everyone can enjoy Snooze. It’s not just typical breakfast items, you can find gourmet sandwiches, sweet breakfast treats and fresh vegetable and fruit plates.

Denver Biscuit Company: Famous for their “Mile-High” biscuits, they make biscuits of all flavors with a plethora of toppings to create something original and delicious.

Fruition Restaurant: Looking for a more gourmet, fine-dining experience? Look no further. Fruition is the number one restaurant in Denver for presentation, flavor and perfection. You can’t get better than that

Attractions: 

Denver Botanic Gardens: Find your inner-adventurer and take a stroll through these breathtaking gardens. The locals describe them as “serene and beautiful”, that’s my kind of adventure!

Denver Museum for Nature and Science: If the weather isn’t cooperating for an adventurous outing, Denver has you covered. Get all the nature indoors at this huge and highly-reviewed museum.

Denver Zoo: Not all zoos are the same; some have more animals, different species, larger exhibits, etc. But Denver’s zoo has it all. If you’re bringing the whole family on this trip to Denver, the zoo is one of the best spots!

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Upcoming Public TapRooT® Course in Baltimore, Maryland

August 13th, 2015 by

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There is something in Baltimore for everyone from their professional sports teams, American history, fresh seafood and prestigious colleges and medical school. But, on September 14, 2015 there will also be a 5-Day Advanced Root Cause Analysis and Team Leader Training course that you and your safety team can not miss! Join us in Baltimore for some TapRooT® training and sightseeing in this exciting, fun city in Maryland. See you there.

Food: 

Thames Street Oyster House: You can’t visit Baltimore and not eat at a seafood restaurant- especially a local favorite!

Joe Benny’s Focacceria: Everyone loves gourmet pizza, Italian meatballs and fresh breads. This is s must try.

Miss Shirley’s: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so why not have it at the “Best Restaurant in Baltimore”?

Attractions: 

Oriole Park: Calling all MLB fans! Check out the Baltimore Oriole’s park and catch a game against the Red Sox if you can.

Fort McHenry National Park: American History is something we can all take pride in. Take a tour of this historical site that inspired Francis Scott Key to write our country’s national anthem.

Fell’s Point: Take a walk back in time in this special, preserved area of Baltimore that really captures the essence of the city in the 1800’s.

 

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