October 8, 2009 |

2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis in Toronto, Canada!

toronto-skylineToronto, Canada, will be the location for a  2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis on December 9-10, 2009. In just two days you will learn the basics of the TapRooT® System for finding the root causes of incidents, accidents, quality problems, near-misses, operational errors, hospital sentinel events, and other types of problems. Once you find the real root causes using this systematic process, learn to develop effective fixes that will keep problems from happening again.

For more information and to register for the course in Toronto, visit: http://www.taproot.com/courses.php?d=696&l=1.

Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. It is located in Southern Ontario on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. With over 2.5 million residents, it is the fifth most populous municipality in North America. Toronto is at the heart of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), and is part of a densely populated region in Southern Ontario known as the Golden Horseshoe, which is home to 8.1 million residents and has approximately 25% of Canada’s population. As Canada’s economic capital, Toronto is considered a global city and is one of the top financial centers in the world. (Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toronto)

Toronto Attraction:

Ontario Science Centre is sure to please adults and children alike. The Science Centre has a wide spectrum of exhibits and interactive activities. You can see poisonous dart frogs in the 250-square-meter rainforest, check out the stars in the planetarium, see a real elephant’s heart or a 130-year-old human skeleton, and much, much more!

Fort York is home to Canada’s largest collection of original War of 1812 buildings. The Fort is open year round and offers a number of services, including tours, exhibits, period room settings and seasonal demonstrations.

Ontario Place is an internationally acclaimed cultural, leisure and entertainment parkland located in Toronto. The complex extends throughout three man-made islands along the Lake Ontario waterfront with pedal boats, a marina, restaurants, and the world’s first permanent IMAX® theatre, the Cinesphere.

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament is celebrating its 25-year reign in North America. Welcome to the 11th Century where the costumes, weaponry, and atmosphere are authentically Medieval. You’ll see the show of your life, complete with Hollywood-caliber special effects, as you enjoy a four-course feast.

table-setting-2Dining in Toronto:

Canoe Restaurant and Bar is located high atop the TD Bank Tower and offers a spectacular view of the city. From mouthwatering squab, lamb, tuna, and prime ribeye to decadent desserts like chocolate mousse and warm date pudding, this menu will test your decision-making skills.

Splendido Restaurant is contemporary fine dining at its best. The chefs use seasonal, locally-sourced, family-farmed products to prepare each dish. Try their Yorkshire Suckling Pig or the Butter Poached Lobster. The menu also offers a selection of chicken, pasta, fish, veal, and beef.

Via Allegro Ristorante is consistently listed as one of the top ten restaurants in Toronto by Toronto Life Magazine. They offer traditional Italian cuisine but also pride themselves on creating new and exciting dishes. They also received the Grand Award from The Wine Spectator Magazine, the highest wine award in the world.

Sushi Kaji is particular about authenticity. Fish comes strictly from Tokyo Bay. Rice, vegetables, and even garnishes are from Japan. More than once, the restaurant has been touted as having the best sushi and sashimi in Canada.

North 44 Restaurant is named after the city’s latitude and offers a unique dining experience in an elegant setting. Start off with their Ricotta Ravioli with Woodland Mushrooms. For the main course, try the Lamb Loin with Scallop Potatoes, and finish off your meal with the Strawberry and Vanilla “Shortcake” Tower. You can’t go wrong at North 44!

For more information and to register for the course in Toronto, visit: http://www.taproot.com/courses.php?d=696&l=1.

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