MSU Extension is offering an eight-hour ServSafe training, developed by the National Restaurant Association and designed for food service managers whose certification needs to be renewed.
Review and testing will cover the updated changes to the 2013 Food and Drug Administration Food Code, as well as purchasing and receiving from approved services, storage policies, preventing food borne illnesses, employee personal hygiene, and the Hazard Analysis and Critical Care Point system.
The re certification class will take place from 9am-5pm. Friday, March 3 in assembly room B at Macomb County MSU Extension, 21885 Dunham Road (entrance E), Clinton Township, 48036. The course fee is $70 and advance registration is required. To register, visit http://bit.ly/2lwEhid.
The ServSafe Manager Book, 6th edition, is not included with the registration. To order the book online, visit www.servsafe.com or check with our local MSU Extension Office to see if there are any in stock. For questions, contact 810-667-0341.
Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) brings educational programs to residents, empowering them to improve their lives and community. County-based MSUE staff, in concert with on-campus faculty members, serve residents with programming focused on agriculture, natural resources, children, youth, families, community and economic development.