Food Sanitation with Servsafe Classes (Initial Certification)
|20637||Mondays||August 6 & August 20||5:00 – 10:00 p.m.||Fond du Lac||O-107|
First Time Certificate Candidates – New to Food Safety? Obtain your first WI Certified Food Manager Certificate (CFM). Learn about food as it relates to temperature control of potentially hazardous food during prep, storage, transportation, and service. Cleaning, sanitation of utensils, personal hygiene, and special handling of potentially hazardous food items discussed. Valid for 5 years. Utilize the ServSafe Exam at the end of class (online or bookstore purchase required). Successful students will be issued a course completion certificate after passing the exam.
Food Manager Refresher and Small Operators
Existing Certificate Holders Only – Refresh on updated food handling requirements to maintain certification in holding a WI Certified Food Manager Certificate (CFM). Utilize the ServSafe Exam to re-test at the end of class (online or bookstore purchase required). This refresher class also meets the requirements for Food Safety for Small Operators per WI Food Code Chapter 75, 12-42.11. Small Operators defined as those with less than 5 food handlers will take a short exam (no fee required). Course approved by the WI Dept of Ag. Successful students will be issued a course completion certificate and testing is required every 5 years.
|10056||Monday||June 25||5:30 – 9:25 p.m.||Fond du Lac||O-107|
To register, call 1-800-472-4554
To show compliance, Certified Food Managers and Small Operators must post their class completion certificate at their establishment. Wisconsin DHS no longer issues a separate certificate. Small Operators are subject to the Small Operator exam in lieu of ServSafe after receiving their initial certification. These two exams are given in the Food Manager Refresher course so both Small Operators (5 or fewer food handlers) and those needing the ServSafe test (6 or more food handlers) can participate.
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For more information, please call Laura Schelter at 920-924-6408.