Available Food Manager Classes in Louisiana
Our Louisiana food manager training courses are intended for all mid-level and experienced foodservice professionals, working in retail food establishments, who want to become certified food protection managers.
Our training courses are also for all those who want to be in the loop on all the newest and best practices and regulations about food safety management as well as on the proper FDA food codes. Whether you are getting your ServSafe® food manager certification for the first time or you want to renew it, ATC Food Safety training is where you want to be.
Food managers have a very responsible and vital role in food establishments, as their job is to protect the public health, prevent foodborne illnesses, and make sure everything is up to code as mandated by the Louisiana Department of Health.
In our classes, we give you the needed knowledge, skills, and abilities to run successful and healthy food establishments by providing you with invaluable insights and integral practical knowledge from the industry leaders themselves.
Apart from our food safety training classes, we conduct quality food protection manager certification exams that are both nationally accredited exams and approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-Conference for Food Protection (CFP). You can choose between the ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Exam and the NRFSP Exam.
Get your certification today and apply for any of our available classes!
Classes and Exams
Every professional and certified food manager in Louisiana, as well as in the rest of the country, should have a grasp on some of the most important concepts and practices that the foodservice industry entails.
You can rely on ATC Food Safety to bring you precisely that in our food protection manager certification courses. But we don’t bring your just pure facts and theory – we teach you how to apply everything you know and have learned in your practical work.
Some of the core principles we cover in our food safety certification are:
With great emphasis on diversity and learning opportunities for everyone, we have made available a number of different types of food safety certification classes. With us you can find everything from group to individual classes, so browse through and apply for the one that best suits your food manager needs:
Apart from these classes that come highly recommended by the foodservice professionals, we also have available certification exams as standalone service. They can be taken after each live class or at open proctoring sessions in our training centers. The food protection manager certification exams include:
How Do I Get My Louisiana Food Protection Manager Certification?
In order to get your food safety certification and become a ServSafe® certified food manager, you are required to achieve a minimum score of 75% on your test. Your license will be valid for 5 years.
Louisiana – The Pelican State
Located in the Gulf of Mexico, in the south-east of the United States and in the Deep South region, Louisiana is a state with a diverse and rich history. Due to that history and the strong influence of many different cultures and nations that once occupied this territory, Louisiana is today a melting pot of African, French-Canadian, French, and American cultures.
Louisiana has a population of 4,659,978 people, which makes it the 25th most populous state in the country. It is the only state in the U.S. that is not divided into counties but into 64 parishes and it is the sate with the largest number of Native American tribes in the South.
The capital of this multilingual and multicultural state is Baton Rouge, while the largest city is New Orleans with an estimated population of nearly 400,000 people. The state is known for its many festivals, such as the Bayou Country Superfest, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and Mardi Grass, and its biggest city, New Orleans is even the birthplace of jazz music.
Apart from the festivals, there is plenty more to do and see in Louisiana, such as National WWII Museum in New Orleans, the Melrose Plantation in Natchitoches, Sci-Port Discovery Center in Shreveport, Rosedown Plantation and Gardens in St. Francisville, and many more.