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What is a Food Handler Certificate?

If you work at a restaurant or handle food in a food selling or serving establishment, you'll need a Food Handler Training course.

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Food Handler Training Certificate:

The Learn2Serve.com Food Handler Training course will discuss various food safety handling and serving principles. Upon successful completion of the course and the exam, you will earn your food handler certificate of completion.

Food Handler Training is often intended for entry-level professionals in the food service industry, such as servers, chefs, cooks, cashiers, and even c-store clerks. The Food Handler Certificate will require the learner to complete a brief 2-hour training course covering basic food safety principles. At the conclusion of the course, the learner will be tested on their knowledge of the content and learning outcomes. Upon successfully passing the exam, the learner will be issued a Food Handler's Certificate document (or card).

What is Food Manager Certification?

A Food Manager Certification is designed for mid-level or experienced professionals in the food service industry, such as restaurant managers, produce managers, c-store managers, etc.

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Food Manager Certification:

A Food Manager Certification is designed for mid-level or experienced professionals in the food service industry, such as restaurant managers, produce managers, c-store managers, etc. With the Food Manager Certification Exam there are no required courses or training requirements leading up to the exam (unless jurisdiction requirements stipulate otherwise). The learner is assessed based on their knowledge of a set of concepts.

Upon successfully passing the exam, the learner will earn their Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) designation (or CFP). This acronym can be added to the individual's name. The certification is valid for a period of three to five years. At the end of the certification period, recertification will be required.

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What is a Food Handler Certificate?

Working near food is a delicate matter that requires a certain aptitude. States across the US require food handlers to have a Food Handler card. Take 360training.com’s Food Handler Training. It covers all the topics needed to work as a food handler for a reasonable price. This food handlers certification course is mobile-friendly. As long as you have internet access, you can complete your courses anywhere.

Entry-level professionals in the food service industry can benefit from this training. Such workers include:

  • servers
  • cooks
  • cashiers
  • Convenience store clerks.

To get a Food Handler License, you are required to complete a 2-hour Food Handler training course. This course will cover basic food safety principles. Upon finishing the course, you should take a test and pass it so that you can receive your Food Handler’s Certificate.

Can I still be a food handler even if I’m disabled?

360training.com abides by the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). We do not discriminate on the basis of disability in our admissions or access to treatment in all of our programs or activities.

If you are covered by ADA, you may request for reasonable accommodations.

To submit an ADA request under reasonable accommodation:

  • Email: [email protected]
  • Call: 888-360-8764.
  • Or Mail: 360training.com/Learn2Serve Attn: Accreditation Department 6801 N Capital of Texas Hwy, Suite 150, Austin, TX 78731.

In your request, please include the following information:

  • Date
  • Name
  • Contact information
  • Type of disability
  • Type of accommodation requested
  • Explanation of accommodation request (how this will help you complete this program)
  • Essential functions unable to perform (with or without accommodation)