If you work in a food establishment, if you already have some experience as a food safety manager, or if you are already a certified food manager looking to renew your license or refresh your knowledge, then you probably know what the training and exams are about. But let’s refresh everyone’s memory nonetheless.
Food safety and management is an important aspect of all Florida food establishments and best practices should always be applied in order to preserve the public health, prevent foodborne diseases, and keep your establishment up to code.
A food manager is in charge of the said best practices and for abiding by the FDA food codes. Therefore, that person needs to have relevant knowledge, as well as be state certified.
ATC Food Safety organizes nationally accredited food protection manager certification exams as well as food safety manager training courses. In our experience, each certification exam is easier to pass after you’ve refreshed your knowledge in one of our excellent classes led by experts in the industry.
In order to adapt to all our students and future certified food protection managers, we offer several different food safety training options, including online training classes.
Take a look at all the training possibilities we have available for our Florida food managers and get your food protection manager certification now!
Classes and Exams
Training is the foundation of a safe food culture and you can never know too much! Everything you know and the way you apply your knowledge into real-life situations matters greatly.
That is why ATC Food Safety organizes these valuable and helpful food safety training sessions. Our goal is to teach you or simply direct you on how to properly transfer your knowledge and all the rules and regulations into your everyday work.
We have the best food service industry leaders teaching these classes so that you can get to know some of the core concepts of the Florida food service and management, as well as their practical applications.
And if you think these classes are only for those less experienced, let us stop you right there. Our food safety certification training is aimed at all of you experienced food managers as well. Education and knowledge are concepts that should constantly be expanded and upgraded, in any aspect of life, including food protection.
Our goal is, therefore, to keep you up-to-date on all the latest principles and potential changes in food safety regulations, including:
Furthermore, in order to meet everyone’s needs and cater to all the different life circumstances and possibilities, we offer you several types of training and classes. We are sure that one of these will be a perfect fit for you:
When it comes to the Florida food protection manager certification requirements, you are not obligated to attend any of the courses in order to take the certification exam and become a certified food manager.
And while we do recommend some training courses prior to the certification exam, you can apply directly for one of the food protection manager certification exams we offer, independently of the courses.
At ATC Food Safety, you can take the following exams:
How Do I Get My Florida Food Protection Manager Certification?
In order to become a certified food manager, you are required to pass the exam with a minimum score of 75%.
All of our live training courses are followed by a ServSafe® Food Protection Exam so all you need to do is register for any of the open sessions. If you don’t intend to take the class, then you can register directly for the exam, which will be held at an open proctoring session or a testing center.
We are available for all further questions, doubts, and information, so don’t hesitate to give us a call at 877-227-521 or send us an email at email@example.com.
Florida – The Sunshine State
The capital of the Sunshine State is the sunny Tallahassee, while the largest city in the state is the equally sunny Jacksonville. Florida has a population of around 21.3 million inhabitants which makes it the thirds most populous state in the United States.
The large economy of the State of Florida relies in great part on tourism. It abounds in amusement parks and is also a very popular destination for retired Americans how are looking for the best place to enjoy their retirement.
The Sunshine State is also a great cultural melting pot, with many different historical and cultural influences and colorful heritage, such as Cuban, African, European, etc. that reflect in the Florida cuisine and architecture.
Some of the must-see places in Florida include the unforgettable Walt Disney World, as well as the Kennedy Space Centre, one of the most exciting and fascinating attractions, Universal Studios where you can visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Miami Beach, and the Art Deco Historic District, Everglades National Park, SeaWorld Orlando, Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, and many others.
Florida abounds in attractions and places to visit and there is something for everyone, whether you like art, history, and culture or you want to have some fun and enjoy the beaches.
Available Food Manager Classes in Florida