South Carolina food managers are the people in charge of maintaining proper FDA food codes and regulations of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. They also make sure to protect the public and environmental health and prevent foodborne illnesses in different food establishments.
Their job is a very responsible one and that is why it is also important to go through continuous food safety training and stay updated on all the new food service and food safety management regulations.
Our food safety training courses are intended for all experienced and mid-level experts who want to become successful ServSafe® managers, i.e. certified food protection managers in South Carolina.
Throughout our work and years of experience in the foodservice industry, we have seen the great impact and the great results that food safety training produces in each future and existing ServSafe® manager. Not only does it help in successfully passing the ServSafe® food protection manager exam, but it also improves the quality of your work in food management.
Our food manager training classes are taught by renowned foodservice industry professionals who have a unique and very practical approach to teaching. They will help you become the best certified food manager by showing you how to apply all the best practices and principles into your practical food safety management work.
However, even though we always strongly recommend them, these food safety training classes are not a mandatory part of your ServSafe® manager training.
According to the South Carolina food manager certification requirements, you only need to pass one of our accredited exams, the ServSafe® Food Manager Exam or the NRFSP Exam. Both of them are also accredited by the American National Standards Institute-Conference for Food Protection.
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Classes and Exams
A safe food culture can only start when there are adequate food safety professionals and one can become a food safety professional through continuous and comprehensive training.
That is what we rely on at ATC Food Safety and what has proven to be the best formula for producing efficient, certified ServSafe® managers. In our food protection manager certification courses, we cover some of the most important principles, including:
Seeing how our food manager candidates are all unique individuals with specific circumstances and needs, we have organized a variety of different food manager certification classes, so that everyone can have the opportunity to go through the training and refresh their knowledge. They include:
After the courses, you can proceed to one of the food manager certification exams or you can take them independently from the training courses at an open proctoring session. Exams include:
Both food protection manager certification exams are nationally accredited exams, as well as approved by the American National Standards Institute ANSI – Conference for Food Protection CFP.
How Do I Get My South Carolina Food Protection Manager Certification?
In order to become a certified food protection manager in South Carolina and get your certificate of completion, you are required to pass the test with a minimum score of 75%.
You will instantly know the results of your examination and your license will be valid for 5 years.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Carolina – The Palmetto State
South Carolina is a U.S. state located in the eastern part of the Deep South region and in the southeastern part of the United States. South Carolina has a population of just over 5 million inhabitants, according to the 2018 estimates, the capital of the state is Columbia, and the largest and oldest city is Charleston with around 130,000 people.
South Carolina is a very geographically diverse state and it can be divided into several different areas, such as the Piedmont, the Atlantic coastal plain, and the Blue Ridge Mountains, which is also popularly known as the Low Country. The state has a lot of big lakes, nearly 200 miles of coastlines, as well as forests, plantations, and natural bays.
The nature, as well as the rich culture and history, make the state a very attractive tourist destination. Some of the best destinations and places to visit include Charleston’s Historic District, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Plantations, Hilton Head Island, Caesars Head State Park, Dupont Planetarium, South Carolina State Museum, and many others.
Available Food Manager Classes in South Carolina