Have your restaurant managers and employees completed food and alcohol certification?
If not, then we have the solution for you.
The Food Certification course is approved by the American National Standards Institute and the Conference for Food Protection (ANSI-CFP). If your state has mandatory certification requirements, you need to have these courses.
Click on your state on the map below to learn more about your state’s requirements, types of food alcohol certification courses, course registration and prices. These accredited certification courses for both Food and Alcohol are accepted in all states that have mandatory certification requirements for restaurant managers and employees.
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
Food Alcohol Certification Overview
Many states and local governments require food safety training and certification for employees in restaurants and other places that serve food.
The Courses for Food Alcohol Certification
These Food Alcohol Certification Courses are designed to test and assess the competency of restaurant management and employees. This helps to prevent foodborne illness. The courses also provide food and alcohol education, laws, procedures and policies.
To become a Certified Food Protection Manager, the manager must pass a food safety exam from an accredited certification provider that is accepted by the Conference for Food Protection (CFP). The certificate will be valid for a maximum of five years. We recommend checking with your local health department because in some states the certificates may expire before five years.
This test is administered at an approved test site. There will be no test center fees.
Server Alcohol Responsibility Courses
This course is highly recommended in reducing alcohol-related issues. Managers and servers educated in alcohol responsibility may reduce liability. Some issues you can avoid are underage drinking, selling alcohol to minors and serving more alcohol to intoxicated customers.
This course educates employees who sell and serve alcohol to your customers. Managers and servers learn how to detect intoxicated customers. They learn how to be professional in their approach to an intoxicated customer. Information on how to approach intoxicated customers politely to avoid offending the guest. Managers learn the laws, procedures and policies to help lower the chances of a fine, imprisonment, lawsuits, or the closing of the restaurant. Owners and the managers on duty will be held responsible when violations occur.
Find your state on the map above to learn more about your state requirements to serve alcohol to customers, alcohol serving responsibilities, courses and prices.
In many states, each new hire needs to attend this course before they are allowed to serve alcohol to a customer. Check your state requirements on server alcohol responsibility courses.
This is an online course.
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP)
HACCP is a management system in which food safety is addressed through the analysis and control of biological, chemical, and physical hazards from raw material production, procurement and handling, to manufacturing, distribution and consumption of the finished product. This is an important part of food alcohol certification.
This course is an online course.
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