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Food Handler - Private Group Class

Class Details

Do not buy the Food Handler Training if an individual holds a valid Food Protection Manager Certification pursuant to current food safety law for the State of Illinois.

Food handlers working in restaurants and non-restaurants shall have complete food handler training within 30 days of employmet if the individual does not hold a valid Food Protection Manager Certification. Food handlers working in a restaurant or non-restaurant according to the Illinois food code must pass the food handler course that is ANSI approved. IDPH defines a restaurant as concessions and other food service establishments where food is intended for immediate or on-site consumption. Persons working in a non-restaurant include facilities such as nursing homes, licensed day care homes and facilities, hospitals, schools, long-term care facilities and retail food stores. Certificates are good for three (3) years. Illinois Food Handler Law

Safe Food Handler Class – Private Group Class

Safe Food 101 offers private group classes for the Food Handler Class.  This class utilizes the ServSafe® Food Handlers Course, which meets the requirements for the State of Illinois. The food handler class covers the important Fundamentals of Food Safety, Controlling Time and Temperature, Cleaning and Sanitizing, Preventing Cross-Contamination and more. If you are in a state other than Illinois, such as Missouri, classes are available, as Safe Food 101 offers the ServSafe® Food Handler Class Training, which is a nationwide approved course.  If you would like to schedule a private group class at your business location, please contact Safe Food 101 for scheduling availability and pricing.
Important note: The ServSafe® Food Handler Training is an instructor-led course followed up with a 40-question assessment.  A ServSafe® Food Handler Registered Instructor must administer the assessment.

Course Covers the Five CDC Risk Factors:

  • Basic Food Safety
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Cross-Contamination & Allergens
  • Time and Temperature
  • Cleaning and Sanitation
NOTE: If you are an individual seeking your  Food Handler Certificate, we recommend using the  Safe Food Handler Online Course.

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