ServSafe Food Safety Certification class to be held July 26 in Fort Dodge

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in Webster County will be hosting a ServSafe food safety certification class in Fort Dodge on July 26. Holly VanHeel, Human Sciences Extension and Outreach Specialist, will be teaching the class. VanHeel has been a ServSafe instructor since 2010 and has trained over 2,000 food service professionals in ServSafe.

This class will prepare individuals to become a Certified Food Protection Manager, a requirement for retail food establishments in Iowa. The ServSafe program blends information from the latest FDA Food Code, food safety research, and years of food sanitation training experience and is administered through the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation.

This class will be held in the meeting room at the Webster County Extension and Outreach office in Fort Dodge. Registration is due by July 5 by registering online at: https://www.extension.iastate.edu/foodsafety/servsafe-events For more information about the class, contact the Webster County ISU Extension and Outreach Office at 515-576-2119 or email VanHeel at vanheel@iastate.edu. Class size is limited so sign up now. We are prioritizing the health and safety of Iowans and are following the most current federal, state, local, and university COVID-19 guidelines. Visit Open for Iowa to learn about our protocols to keep Iowans healthy and safe.


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