ATC’s food handlers card training and test helps teach you food safety principles and to prepare you for your job. ATC Food Safety offers multiple Food Handler online training, Food Handler live classes, and Food Handler private, on-site classes.
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About online training: ATC Food Safety offers online training options for Food Handler Cards. With the 24/7 access of online training products, training when you want, where you want.
About Instructor Led Course: All live food handler classes follow the ServSafe® Food Handler Training. Take a class from an approved ServSafe Food Handler Instructor. We hold live food handler classes through the country and are available for private on-site food handler training in all 50 states, and Canada as well. Contact us at 877-227-5212 to schedule your private group food handler training or discuss details.
Food Handler Course Information:
Teaching Methods: Interactive activities, audio, video, full-text, instructor-led
Available Languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog (Online only: Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog)
Length: 90 minutes
ATC’s food handlers card courses are approved by hundreds of state and county health departments and regulatory agencies nationwide. All exams are ANSI accredited, as required by many jurisdictions. In Ohio, this is also considered the Level 1 food handler training.
ATC Food Safety offers Food Handler Training and Food Handler Cards to all 50 states. Due to the variety of requirements across the nation, your course might be different. Find your state and county or township to learn more about food handler training for your area.
WE STAY ON TOP OF THE VARIOUS AND CHANGING REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL STATES AND ENSURE THAT OUR FOOD HANDLER TRAINING WILL MEET YOUR FOOD HANDLER TRAINING NEEDS.
The purpose of the food handlers card training and exam is to prepare food handlers to enter the workforce by providing the required food safety information as specified by regulations of the workers’ state, county, or local government. Some states require just the training and other states require an actual certification.
This training and test will prepare you to become a responsible food handler. A “food handler” is generally understood to be a food worker in a non-managerial role. Food handlers typically include bussers, servers, dishwashers, line-cooks, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Candidates who have taken an accredited Food Handler Training or Education Program with ATC Food Safety must contact the training provider for instructions on how to obtain a replacement food handler card. For example, if you took a ServSafe Exam, you would need to contact ServSafe.com. If you took a Taps exam, you would need to contact taps. If you can log back into your account, you will always have access to a digital copy of your certificate or card. If you have any questions, ATC Food Safety is here to help. Please contact us for assistance.
In some states, Food handlers may be required to obtain a local health jurisdiction’s food handler card. Please check the state specific food handler pages listed above for more information or Food handlers should contact the local health authority for specific requirements.
A food handler card issued by an accredited program will vary in size and color. However, all food handler cards issued are required to have the food handler program name, address and TXDSHS Accreditation License Number listed on the card. They will all have a registration with ANSI and may or include a logo from ANSI similar to this:
Yes, accredited training providers may offer training on the internet.
ATC Food Safety only offers food handler certifications from accredited food handler education or training programs such as ServSafe or Taps, when an accredited program is required by the state regulatory authority.
In short, it depends on our state. Some states require an accredited food handler card, some states have their own food handler card, and other states suggest having a food handler training. By clicking on your specific state using the link above, you can find out what your state requires. When applicable, it is the responsibility of the person in charge or the Certified Food Manager to ensure that all employees are properly trained in food safety as it relates to their assigned duties.
Yes, ATC Food Safety can go to your location and do a training with your team in all states. Please call us to arrange or find out more information.
Select your state for specific Food Handler Products available to purchase and choose the Online Course. You will need to create an account at this time or login to a previous one. For additional assistance, please feel free to live chat with an ATC representative using the live chat feature on the bottom of your screen or you can text you questions to us at 877-227-5212.