What Is Wisconsin Food Safety Manager Training and Food Manager Certification Exam?
When it comes to the food protection manager certification classes at ATC Food Safety, they are organized for all mid-level and experienced professionals in the foodservice industry – for all food managers at restaurants, delis, stores, and similar food establishments.
Whether you’re looking to renew your license or become a Wisconsin certified food manager for the first time, these classes are for all of you. They allow you to stay updated on the latest regulations, FDA food codes, and Wisconsin food safety practices, which, in the end, allows you to be a successful food safety manager and run healthy food establishments.
Food managers are people responsible for abiding by all the said codes and regulations, as well as protecting the public and local health. Continual education and training are the best way to do that and to stay updated and knowledgeable.
However, Wisconsin food safety state requirements don’t require food managers to go through the ServSafe® food safety training in order to become certified food protection managers, but only to pass one of the nationally recognized certification exams. We offer ServSafe® food safety manager certification exams and NRFSP exams.
Apply for one the food manager training class or nationally accredited exams and be the best Wisconsin food safety manager you can be!
Classes and Exams
At ATC Food Safety, we believe that a safe food culture starts with proper training, which is why we have organized comprehensive food safety training courses where you can get invaluable insights into the food protection best practices.
Instructors teaching those food protection manager certification classes are all experienced industry experts who will help you acquire great practical knowledge that you can apply into your own work, as well as teach you some of the core principles, including:
Seeing that all of our food safety training candidates and food safety managers are all different and with different needs and possibilities, we offer a variety of manager training options to fit everyone’s needs – from online training to individual sessions. Apply for one of the options below:
While the food safety training classes are always highly recommended, you can also apply directly for one of the exams we offer. We offer two types and both are American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-Conference for Food Protection (CFP) accredited exams:
The ANSI accredited exams are held after each live class or independently at open proctoring sessions at one of our many locations throughout the state of Wisconsin.
How Do I Get My Wisconsin Food Protection Manager Certification?
According to Wisconsin state requirements, you can become a certified ServSafe® food safety manager after successfully passing the food manager certification exam. The minimum passing score is 75%.
You will get the results of your test immediately and your ServSafe® food manager certification will be valid for five years in the state of Wisconsin, as well as nation-wide.
Book one of the classes or exams and get your certification today! Don’t hesitate to contact us at 877-227-5212 and email@example.com if you have any further questions or need our assistance.
Wisconsin – The Badger State
Wisconsin is a midwestern state in the United States, lying on the coastlines of two Great Lakes – Michigan and Lake Superior. Wisconsin is, therefore, located in the Midwest region and the Great Lakes regions. It has a very diverse flora, fauna, and geography in general, containing forests, lakes, and rich farmlands.
The largest city in the state is Milwaukee with a population of more than half a million inhabitants and the state capital is the city of Madison. Wisconsin has a total population of 5,813,568, according to the 2018 estimates, which makes it the 20th largest state in the U.S.
When it comes to the economy of the state of Wisconsin, it relies mostly on the production of dairy products and it is one of the leaders of dairy production in the country, primarily popular for its cheese. Due to this fact, Wisconsin is also known as America’s Dairyland.
Apart from dairy, important players in the state’s economy are also manufacturing, IT, and tourism. Visitors from all around the country like to visit Wisconsin and the many wonders and attractions it holds. Some of the most popular destinations include the town of Oshkosh, Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison, Circus World Museum in Baraboo, The Dells of the Wisconsin River, the House on the Rock near Spring Green, and many others.
Available Food Manager Classes in Wisconsin