Food handlerSchool/Trainer:Oshawa, Pickering, Ontario, Canada
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Many kitchens require all of their staff hold a Food Safety Handlers Certificate because it proves each person understands the basics of safe and proper methods for receiving, storing, preparing and re-heating foods. NFSTP Liaison College offers one day NFSTP training. In class you will learn everything you need to to meet food safety standards. The NFSTP model is recognized across Canada...
If you are a student who feels more comfortable studying for the CPFM exam at your own pace and on your own schedule, perhaps this is the course for you. Each self-study course comes with a study manual, supplemental training materials and can be started at any time. When you feel you are ready to take the exam, simply call Ivy Tech to schedule an appointment
Classes are offered at various locations throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. On Site-In Plant classes are our Specialty. Professional Food Safety Ltd. & Professional Food Safety Ltd specialize in meeting your training needs. Depending upon your company requirements and needs, we will develop customized courses on demand given a minimum number of students. We also welcome sugge...
The participants learn the basic principles of safe food preparation and handling as stated in the FDA Food Code. The program includes topics on employee hygiene; sanitary operation; sanitary facilities and control; process control, documentation procedures and food security. This program meets the requirements of the CURRFL 113716 and is fully accredited by the National Registry of Food Safety...
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