ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Course set in Fort Dodge
For those with oversight and management responsibility in any type of foodservice operation, ServSafe is the food safety certification course developed by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. It is one of several programs accredited by the American National Standards Institute — Conference on Food Protection in meeting Certified Food Protection Manager requirements. The ServSafe program blends the latest FDA Food Code and food safety research in a program offered by specialists with years of food sanitation training experience. Participants learn current best practices related to safe food handling and cleaning and sanitizing as well as tips on how to implement essential food safety practices and create a culture of food safety. The eight-hour course includes a resource workbook and concludes with a certification exam.
• Meets Certified Food Protection Manager requirements.
• All participants must successfully pass the exam in order to be certified by the NRAEF.
• A 75 percent or higher exam score is required for certification.
• Certification is valid for five years.
• A photo ID is required to take the certification exam.
Register online at: http://bit.ly/ISUServsafe for the Fort Dodge class by March 4. Cost is $150. Class will be held on March 25 at the Webster County Extension Office. All must be preregistered as no walk-ins are allowed.