In-Person ServSafe Manager Certification
Food Safety Training is Important to Your Reputation and Bottom Line!
Food safety is a concern for all consumers. Restaurant customers are savvier today more than ever before and they expect safe food and clean restaurants every time they eat out. You owe it to yourself, your employees, and your customers to make sure you have the highest level of food safety training in your establishment. NMRA is the conduit for ServSafe® food safety certification for managers as well as employees. This training is certified by National Restaurant Association Solutions.
ServSafe Manager certification classes (for management level cooks and employees) – Satisfies the State’s Manager Protection Requirement:
· If the business is an NMRA member, login on the NMRA website for the discount. Call us if you need the login information.
· Attendee names and unique email addresses are required.
· Below is more information on the management course.
ServSafe Manager Certification Course
Certification is a key element of developing professionalism in the industry. A certification from National Restaurant Association Solutions requires course study and a proctored exam. Attendees who successfully complete the course and pass the exam will receive a certification from NRA Solutions which is nationally recognized and valid for 5 years.
Our years of experience and inside knowledge of the foodservice industry are at the core of our courses, exams and materials. We can prepare you to handle food sanitation risks because we have direct experience with it. We also have reliable materials, flexible options, and expert food safety educators.
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Food Safety Resources and Regulations
Visit our food safety resource page for the latest regulations in your area, links to inspection forms, FAQ’s on Food Handler requirement, definitions from the State, links to your area’s health department, ordinances, and more.