How to Get Started With Manager Food Safety Certification
STEP 1: CHECK REQUIREMENTS
Check state and local regulatory information and your organization’s policies to determine your training and certification needs.
STEP 2: SELECT TRAINING AND EXAM OPTIONS
Select the training and exam option that best meets your needs, regulatory requirements and schedule. You can use different formats for the course and exam. For example, you can take an instructor-led course and on online exam.
- Training Languages:
- Textbooks available in English, Spanish, Chinese and Korean
- Online course available in English and Spanish
- Exam Languages:
- Print exam available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Canadian French
- Online exam available in English, Spanish
- Training Format: Choose online or classroom
- Exam Format: Choose online or classroom
STEP 3: FIND INSTRUCTOR/PROCTOR OR CLASS
If you already have an instructor or proctor, skip this step.
Examinees are encouraged to verify through independent sources that can help determine if an individual is affiliated with a legitimate business prior to registering and/or paying for a class or exam.
Please note that these individuals are not authorized to sell, advertise, and/or teach National Restaurant Association Solutions courses (i.e., ServSafe) nor administrate/proctor any National Restaurant Association Solutions exams. Please notifiy us immediately at (888) 291-6462 if you become aware of anyone on this list engaging in these activities.
In most cases, the instructor and proctor are the same person who fulfills different responsibilities when teaching and administering the exam.
Find an instructor and contact him or her to schedule your training and exam. Or you can search for a scheduled class.
NOTE: Classroom training requires an instructor.
Find a proctor to administer your exam. The exam proctor will need to be physically present to administer an exam.
STEP 4: PURCHASE MATERIALS
Ask your instructor and proctor what materials you need to purchase. In some cases, the instructor will provide materials.
Purchase the course and exam voucher.
STEP 5: TAKE COURSE
Complete your training.
STEP 6: TAKE EXAM
Upon passing the exam, you will receive your food safety certification from your proctor.