January 18, 2018 - 1:40pm -- kurfiss.1

Training managers in safe food handling could be the most cost-effective strategy your business will use! Ohio State University Extension is pleased to announce that ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification classes will be offered in the Fulton County Office in 2018!

This training is provided using the National Restaurant Association’s ServSafe curriculum. Topics for the sessions include basic food safety practices as well as further information on microorganisms and principles of the HAACP system. Completion will include testing and certification.
This training is open to any manager or employee of food service operations. The cost will be $200 per participant. 

Each Level 2 Manager Certification Training class will be two full days with the certification exam being offered at the end of the second day. Class participants will receive the ServSafe Manager Book, training materials, lunch/snacks, and exam.

Upcoming class dates are June 26-27, October 3-4 and November 28-29. Each class has the capacity for 25 persons. All classes will be held in The Robert Fulton Agriculture Center, Ohio State University Extension-Fulton County at 8770 State Route 108, Wauseon Ohio.

Any food service worker or manager or owner of food service establishments will benefit from this training, because every part of your operation affects the safety of the food you serve and every employee plays a role in keeping food safe. This is an opportunity to help you and your employees to better understand your role in food safety at a price that your business can afford. To ask questions or to register, please call Ohio State University Extension at 419-337-9210 or click here for the brochure with registration form. Additional classes are scheduled for Level 1 Person-In-Charge (PIC) training, click here for the Level 1 Serving Safe Food flyer or click here for the Level 2 Serving Safe Food flyer.