WSCC offers ServSafe training

September 20, 2012

VICTORY TWP. – West Shore Community College is offering the nationally recognized ServSafe® training and exam for those who are employed in food service operations.

The ServSafe® 6th edition training will be held on three consecutive Thursdays, October 4, 11, and 18, from 5–8:30 p.m. in the Administrative & Conference Building room 103.  Exams will be administered after a brief review on Oct. 18.

Classroom instruction is encouraged for those who have never had formal food safety training.  Participants who receive a 75% or better on their exam will be issued a ServSafe® certificate from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation.

Michigan law requires that a certified person in charge must be in a restaurant or food service during all operating hours.  The person may demonstrate knowledge by passing a test that is part of an accredited program such as ServSafe®.  It is recommended that certifications be renewed a minimum of every five years.

The nonrefundable class fee for the entire program, which includes the registration, ServSafe® Essentials course book and exam, is $135.

Space is limited and early registration is encouraged. Exams are also available in Spanish and Chinese with advanced notice.

For more information, contact Wanell Cabot at 231/ 843-5818 or[email protected]

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