Every food establishment needs to have a food safety manager who will make sure that everything is up to the FDA food code and that all safety measures are adequately implemented in order to protect the public, local health, and environmental health.
In our Colorado food safety manager training, we aim to bring precisely those relevant FDA food codes closer to you in the form of theoretical and practical classes. It is important to stay updated on all the latest practices and codes if you aim to become a successful certified food protection manager.
Therefore, whether you are here to renew your ServSafe® food manager license or you have some experience in the food service industry and are looking to become a ServSafe® food safety manager, we highly recommend one of our courses to refresh and update your knowledge.
Experience has shown us that the best exam success rates are after one of our practical Colorado food manager certification training courses.
However, when it comes to certification requirements for Colorado food managers, the courses are in no way a requirement to become certified. You can apply directly for a food protection manager certification exam.
Take a look at all the options we have prepared for you at ATC Food Safety and apply for the one that is the best fits your needs.
Classes and Exams
At ATC Food Safety we strongly believe that a safe food culture stars with proper training. Knowledge is power in every aspect of our lives, including the food service industry we are a part of.
When it comes to quality food managers and food protection manager certification, we base our classes on practical knowledge and the application of that knowledge into real-life situations.
We have some of the best industry leaders teaching our food safety training courses, who can, based on their substantial experience and practice, provide you with the foundation needed to run your food establishments and become certified food protection managers.
Some of the key concept covered in our food safety training classes include:
As Colorado food safety and the food managers that preserve it are our main priority, we wanted to make our learning opportunities available to everyone. That is why we have devised a number of different food safety training options, so that everyone can find the perfect one for themselves.
Each of our live proctoring classes is followed by a food manager exam. However, these exams can also be taken independently from the classes, applying directly for one of the open proctoring sessions where you will take the test.
Each food protection manager certification exam is an American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-Conference for Food Protection (CFP) accredited exam and the results are available immediately.
How Do I Get My Colorado Food Protection Manager Certification?
In order to get your food protection manager certification and become a ServSafe® certified food safety manager, you need to achieve a minimum score of 75% on the exam.
You can apply directly for the examination at our open proctoring sessions or take one of our expertly-taught courses in order to increase your chances of passing the test.
Apply for any of our courses and exams today and don’t hesitate to contact us for any further questions or additional information. We are always available at 877-227-5212 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Colorado – The Centennial State
Colorado is a western U.S. state with beautiful and very diverse geography. The capital city of Colorado, as well as its largest city, is Denver, with an estimated population of around 700,000. The state itself has a population of more than 5,5 million inhabitants according to the 2018 estimates.
When it comes to the landscape and geography of Colorado, the state stands out as one of the most beautiful and unique in its diversity – from high plains, canyons, and forests to great mountains, mesas, plateaus, and desert lands. Colorado encompasses portions of the Colorado Plateau, a great part of the southern Rocky Mountains, and a portion the Great Plains.
Its exceptional geography is precisely what makes Colorado a great state to visit and travel to. Some of the top locations include the Rocky Mountain National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, Aspen, Garden of the Gods, Maroon Bells, Trail Ridge Road, resort town Vail, Pikes Peak in Pike National Forest, Durango and the Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway, San Juan Skyway Scenic Byway, Colorado National Monument, Dinosaur National Monument, among many others.
Available Food Manager Classes in Colorado