Our Nebraska food safety training courses are for you if you are a mid-level or an experienced professional working in the foodservice industry as a restaurant food manager, deli manager, store manager, and similar positions in food establishments.
Our classes are also for you if you want to renew your knowledge about the best practices and the latest regulations about food safety management, if you want to renew your ServSafe® food manager license, or if you are getting your food safety manager certification for the first time.
Food managers are integral parts of food establishments and their main role is to maintain a food-safe environment, protect the public and local health, prevent foodborne illnesses, and make sure everything is up to the FDA food code and Nebraska Health Department regulations.
Precisely due to the responsible role that food managers hold, it is important to be up-to-date on all the regulations and principles. That is the main reason we organize our certification training – we bring you invaluable practical knowledge so that you can be a successful and efficient ServSafe® food safety manager.
Apart from the quality and relevant courses, we also organize two types of nationally accredited exams, recognized by the American National Standards Institute-Conference for Food Protection. They are the ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Certification Exam and the NSFRP Exam.
Apply today or take one of our courses, specially designed to fit everyone’s needs!
Classes and Exams
As food safety is a serious discipline with clearly outlined safety practices and regulations that protect the public and local health and prevent foodborne illnesses, every certified food protection manager should have a grasp on it and apply it to their work.
Nebraska food safety training courses here at ATC Food Safety are designed precisely to help you get a hold of these best practices and stay updated on the latest regulations from the foodservice industry.
We bring your practical knowledge and experienced industry leaders in our classes to teach you everything you need to know, including some of the core principles:
Our Nebraska food safety certification classes are organized in many different shapes and forms, from online food management courses to one-on-one sessions. Take a look and reserve your place at one of our training centers in Nebraska today:
While these classes come highly recommended by the experts of the industry, you can also take the exams independently of them, as we offer them as a standalone service. You can take one of the following certification exams at one of our open proctoring sessions:
How Do I Get My Nebraska Food Protection Manager Certification?
In order to receive your Nebraska food safety certificate of completion, you are required to pass the food safety certification exam with a minimum score of 75%. Upon successfully passing your food safety management exam, you will become a certified food manager.
Get your Nebraska food protection manager certification today and apply for one of the many training and examination options we’ve prepared for you. Don’t hesitate to contact us at 877-227-521 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org in case you have any questions or doubts!
Nebraska – The Cornhusker State
Nebraska is a U.S. state located in the midwestern part of the country. It lies in the region of the Great Plains and it is the only state in the United States that is triply landlocked. Nebraska’s population counts just under two million inhabitants, which makes it only the 37th in the country. The largest city in the state of Nebraska is Omaha with just under half a million residents, while the capital city is Lincoln.
When it comes to the geography, Nebraska is mostly comprised of plains and flatlands, treeless prairies and gently rolling hills. It lies in two great land regions, the Great Plains and the Dissected Till Plains and has three rivers crossing it – the Platte River, the Niobrara River, and the Republican River.
Nebraska offers a great many natural and cultural attraction for the many tourists that come to visit, such as the Strategic Air and Space Museum in Ashland, Chimney Rock National Historic Site, Scotts Bluff National Monument, Indian Cave State Park, the Sandhills region, Haymarket District in Lincoln, Old Market in Omaha, and many more.
Available Food Manager Classes in Nebraska