North Carolina Food safety training entails obtaining a food manager certification through the course of several classes, which are followed by a food safety manager exam – either a ServSafe® manager exam or an NRFSP exam.
The reason we offer and emphasize the importance of these courses is because food safety is an important scientific discipline and all experts in the foodservice industry need to have specific and relevant knowledge regarding it.
Our ServSafe® manager certification classes are some of the best you will find in North Carolina, as they cover all the relevant and latest food safety management concepts, including the FDA and Health Department requirements for food safety.
All North Carolina food safety managers are required to abide by the rules and regulations of the foodservice industry, the FDA, and the Health Department in order to protect the public and local health and run safe food establishments.
Our North Carolina food safety manager certification classes are organized for all experienced or mid-level food managers working in different food establishments who want to become certified food protection managers.
The food manager training classes are taught by some of the top experts in the food industry that will give you invaluable insights, practical knowledge, and all the ins and outs of the industry and proper food management.
Apart from the courses, ATC Food Safety also offers food protection manager certification exams, which can be taken either after the live classes or independently of the classes. There are two types of exams we conduct, the ServSafe® Manager Exam and the National Registry of Food Safety Professional Food Manager Exam.
After successfully passing the examination, you are provided with a certificate of completion and you become a certified food protection manager.
There is a variety of classes available at our food protection manager certification centers so feel free to look through and apply for the one that suits your best!
Classes and Exams
In our ServSafe® manager certification courses, we will teach you some of the basic concepts of the foodservice industry, as well as their practical applications in North Carolina food safety management, including:
Our goal is to teach you how to apply all these food protection manager principles into practice and real-life working environment, which is vital in the work you do.
Apart from that, we always work to adjust to you and your needs and circumstances, which is why we offer different types of food protection manager certification classes. You will undoubtedly find one that is a perfect match for you:
Apart from these food safety training courses, you can also apply directly for one of the nationally accredited exams we organize, independently of the classes, and obtain your ServSafe® certification upon their successful completion. We offer:
Both food manager certification exams are accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Conference for Food Protection (CFP).
How Do I Get My North Carolina Food Protection Manager Certification?
In order to become a ServSafe® manager, i.e. a certified food protection manager in North Carolina, you need to pass either of the tests with a minimum score of 75%.
You will then receive your ServSafe® certification which will be valid for 5 years in the entire country. You will then officially become a nationally certified food protection manager.
Don’t hesitate to contact us regarding any further information and apply today for any of the classes or exams near you. We are available at 877-227-521 or send us an email at email@example.com.
North Carolina – Tar Heel State
North Carolina is a U.S. State in the southeastern part of the country. The state capital is the city of Raleigh, while the largest city is Charlotte. The state has a population of nearly 10.5 million inhabitants as of the latest estimates in 2018, which puts it at 9th place among the most populous states in the United States.
The state is known by its many land elevations and Mount Mitchell is not only the highest point of the state but also of the entire North America east of the Mississippi River. Apart from the elevations and the mountain region, North Carolina also has many barrier islands full of native flora and fauna.
The mountain region, which is a part of the Appalachian Mountains, offers some breathtaking places and views to see and it is no wonder that it attracts millions of tourists each year. Some of those places include the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Blue Ridgway Parkway, two of the most visited and most beautiful national parks in the entire United States.
Other great places to visit include the city of Asheville with great art deco architecture and high quality of life, the capital Raleigh and its many museums, Charlotte, Conover, the Piedmont Triad, and many others.
Available Food Manager Classes in North Carolina