Do you work in food service? Are you interested in elevating your resume? Do you want to increase your food safety knowledge?
OSU Extension Greene County is now offering food safety training including the National Restaurant Associations ServSafe certification.
ServSafe Manager’s Certification (previously level 2) – a two-day, 15-hour course cumulating in a national exam that verifies a manager or person-in-charge has food safety knowledge to protect the public from foodborne illness, individuals with this certification also meet Ohio Department of Health Food Protection qualifications. This course is being offered in-person in 2022 and an online option through Training Achievement Program (TAP) Series, with proctored exam.
Person-In-Charge Certification (previously level 1) – A five-hour course, where individuals will receive a certificate of completion verifying the individual’s food safety knowledge, this course meets the guidelines for Ohio Department of Health’s Level One certification in Food Protection.
Occasionally Quantity Cook Training – This class is recommended for those who occasionally serve food to the public such as bake sales, church potlucks, school concession stands, etc. Students will learn the basic principles of food safety, food handing, personal hygiene, preventing cross contamination, time and temperature abuse, and proper cleaning and sanitizing.