The food truck industry is constantly changing. Continuing education is required for vendors to stay current with the latest developments, skills, and new technologies required for continued success. As a food truck owner’s life gets busier, it gets more difficult for them to keep themselves up to date on improving themselves and their food truck business. Because of that, Mobile Cuisine has made learning a bit easier. We are happy to announce the opening of How to Food Truck, our new e learning center for new and existing food truck vendors.

How To Food Truck: E Learning Center

While working in the food truck industry, vendors need continuing education to make sure they comply with current regulations and laws or keep up with the competition. How to Food Truck has been developed for existing and prospective food truck vendors who want to stay up-to-date with training and trends within the mobile food industry. Unlike other e learning platforms, with How to Food Truck you can achieve these results in the shortest time possible thanks to the courses and its close-knit community.

As part of the launching of this new e learning center for food truck vendors, we have officially launched our first course, Twitter Boot Camp.

Are you a food truck vendor just starting out with a fresh Twitter account? Or have been tasked with growing an existing food truck account? No worries. It’s never a bad idea to learn some new tips and tactics to set yourself up for success. That’s why we decided to put together this Twitter Boot Camp. This free 10-day course will walk you through a simple workout regime to improve your food truck’s Twitter follower count.

Future E Learning Courses

In the near future we will be adding more free and paid courses. We have touched on nearly every topic relating to the food truck industry at Mobile Cuisine. We now have the opportunity to take a much deeper dive than a 500 to 1000 word article provides.

Become An Instructor

Are interested in becoming a How to Food Truck instructor? Drop us a message from our contact page, or let us know on social media. Facebook | Twitter