Our Pennsylvania ServSafe® food manager training and food manager certification include classes relevant to the foodservice industry and all foodservice professionals. They cover the basic principles needed to successfully and adequately run food establishments and prevent foodborne illness.
They help all ServSafe® managers, whether existing or future ones, to ensure that all the regulations are maintained, as well as that everything is up to the FDA food code and the local Health Department rules. The classes are organized for all food managers, both mid-level and experienced professionals from the foodservice industry.
ServSafe® food manager certification programs with food manager training classes are the best way to create and preserve a safe food culture. It is always important to stay informed, educated, and knowledgeable and to continuously improve that knowledge and skills.
Apart from the training courses we also conduct two nationally accredited and ANSI accredited exams, i.e. approved by the American National Standards Institute-Conference for Food Protection.
Schedule your food protection manager certification exam today or apply for any of our training classes.
Classes and Exams
We believe that a prerequisite for all great food managers and successful management of their food establishments is in practical and lifelong training.
That is why we continue to offer diverse ServSafe® manager training programs that are led by the leading experts from the foodservice industry. You won’t find anyone better to tell you about their extensive experience and teach you how to be the best you can be by putting your theoretical knowledge into practice.
Our food protection manager certification classes cover:
We understand that each individual food manager professional has different needs and that not everyone can learn under the same circumstances. That is why we have different solutions at ATC Food Safety that range from online food safety training to individual sessions. You will undoubtedly find the best one for yourself, so take a look and apply:
Even though the classes are always recommended and highly beneficial, they are not mandated by the local Health Department certification requirements.
You can take the food protection manager certification exams independently of the Pennsylvania food safety training classes and at ATC Food Safety, we offer the following certification exams:
Both food protection manager certification exams are accredited by the American National Standards Institute-Conference for Food Protection.
How Do I Get My Pennsylvania Food Protection Manager Certification?
According to the Pennsylvania Department of Health certification requirements, you are required to successfully pass the ServSafe® food protection manager certification exam in order to become a certified food manager. The minimum passing score is 75%.
The ANSI accredited certification exams are held after each live class, as well as independently of the Pennsylvania food safety training classes, at open proctoring sessions.
Upon successful completion of the ServSafe® food manager exam or the NRFSP Exam, you will become a certified food protection manager and your license will be valid for 5 years.
Apply for your Pennsylvania food safety certification today or contact us anytime if you need assistance or additional information. We are available at 877-227-5212 or email@example.com.
Pennsylvania – The Keystone State
The official name of Pennsylvania is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and it is one of only four states in the United States that uses such designation. “Commonwealth” stems from the English name for a political community founded for the common good and it reflects the strong English influence that has remained in these parts.
Pennsylvania is located in the northeast of the U.S., in the Mid-Atlantic region, with the Appalachian Mountains situated straight across the middle of the state. According to the latest estimates from 2019, Pennsylvania’s population has reached 12,842,441 making it the fifth most populous state in the country. The largest city is Philadelphia with around 1.5 million people, while the state capital is Harrisburg.
Pennsylvania has a long and rich history as it is one of the 13 original founding states as well as the second state in the country to have ratified the U.S. Constitution in 1787. Its culture and history are preserved in the many national historic monuments and locations such as the Independence National Park and Liberty Bell, Gettysburg National Military Park, and Valley Forge.
Other interesting and beautiful attractions in Pennsylvania include the town of Strasburg, Hershey Park, Presque Isle State Park, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Fallingwater, Phipps Conservatory, and many others.
Available Food Manager Classes in Pennsylvania