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Learn the right techniques for handling, preparing, serving and storing foods safely during the ServSafe Food Safety for Restaurant Managers class offered in four sessions on March 21, 28, April 4 and April 11 at the Training Center in the Cooperative Extension building (Building N) at the Government Center in Bolivia.
The four-hour classroom sessions will begin at 12:30 p.m. each day. Participation is required at all four sessions.
Students who successfully complete the final exam receive a certificate from the National Restaurant Association Education Foundation so often seen prominently displayed in restaurants. The ServSafe certification also adds two points to a restaurant’s health inspection score helping them keep that important Grade A rating.
Taught by North Carolina Cooperative Extension and Environmental Health of Brunswick County, the ServSafe certification is valuable to anyone who works in the food service industry. The class will focus on prevention of food-borne illnesses, sanitation and the role of the manager in providing food safety training for all employees.
A registration fee of $115 is required to cover the cost of the textbook, exam and classroom instruction. Books must be picked up in person at the Cooperative Extension office prior to the beginning of the class.
While this course will be taught in English, the textbook and exam are available in several other languages. If you prefer the materials in a language other than English, contact the Cooperative Extension to determine availably.
Class size is limited and usually fills up quickly, so call 253-2610 to register or for more information.