Food Safety Manager Training & ServSafe® Food Protection Manager Certification Examination and training is a One Day 8 Hour Training with the ServSafe® ANSI/CFP Exam administered by Eagle Training Resources, LLC. The training for food safety is recognized by all Georgia counties. The ServSafe® program is administered by the National Restaurant Association. The course teaches the staff how to handle and serve food safely to minimize the risk of food borne illness. ServSafe® Food Protection Manager Certification is recognized for restaurants, hospitals, hotels, K-12 schools, colleges and universities, senior living facilities, retail establishments, nursing homes, resorts and clubs. The certification is valid for 5 years from the date of passing the exam. The course teaches the FDA 2013 Food Code requirements.
Atlanta Fixture & Sales Company, Inc. teams with Eagle Training Resources, LLC to present ServSafe® Certification and Training. Atlanta Fixture & Sales Company, Inc. has Atlanta's largest food service equipment showroom. They are also the top provider of Food Service Renovation and Design for the region. Visit their showroom and meet their staff when you come for class in their Conference Room.
Time: 8:00 to 5:30 Class and Exam
Cost: $145.00 – Includes Class Instruction, Food Safety Manager Manual with FDA 2013 Food Code Revisions, and the ServSafe® Food Protection Manager Certification Examination and advance shipping of the textbook at no extra charge. Participants find the class more meaningful by completing the reading assignments. It better prepares you for the exam. Books are shipped when registration is received 4 business days before the scheduled class. We will send you a practice tests to prepare you for the ServSafe® Certification Exam. Otherwise, the book will be given to you in class.
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Eagle Training Resources, LLC
P.O. Box 20
Buford, GA 30515
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