Do you need group purchase options?
We have the perfect purchasing system in place to meet your needs. You can buy courses in bulk with a purchase order or credit card over the phone with any of our friendly customer service agents. Our industry solutions also give you the option of being invoiced based on usage. Do you want a group discount even though your employees pay for their own training? Well we do that, too! Let us create the payment program that works best for you.
Working with your team?
Working with your team, we can strengthen the backbone of any organization, large or small, with solutions customized to meet your unique needs. We guarantee a better learning experience for your employees and a convenient no-hassle package for administrators.
Is quality important to you?
We know how important quality is to you, which is why we've developed industry leading food safety training tools that will maintain the level of quality you expect in your organization. We understand that to be the best, we have to create the best. We base our courses on the principles of foundational learning, a teaching approach that encourages students to actually change their behavior in the work place and further commit to food safety. Additionally, our courses are completely illustrated with numerous opportunities for interaction. Our food handler course is available in seven languages, namely English, Spanish, Mandarin, Korean, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and American Sign Language.
Are you struggling to sort out food handler requirements across multiple regulatory jurisdictions?
StateFoodSafety.com can help! We are committed to understanding food safety training requirements on a national, state, and local level. Although manager requirements are most often mandated at the state level, food handler training requirements for the hourly employee are commonly determined by local regulations*. StateFoodSafety.com has customized training to meet local regulations and provides regulatory approved training in more areas than ANY other provider of online food safety training. We can ensure that your employees are taking the correct training for the correct certification at each location. (*For more solutions for or information about the differences between food handler and food protection manager certification, please refer to the question that further clarifies those differences.)
Would you benefit from consistent food safety training across your organization?
StateFoodSafety.com offers a program tailored to the health department requirements in your area, as well as provides the option of customizable food handler training in areas where there isn't a requirement. This flexibility allows you to offer a consistent training approach, no matter where you do business.
Do you want your food safety training to reinforce your brand image?
Your custom training portal created by StateFoodSafety.com with no set-up cost, assures your employees that they are in the right place to get the correct food safety training approved by both the regulatory agency and your organization. With the custom URL and website we will provide you, your employees can know from the beginning that food safety is an integral part of your brand's culture.
Do you want to integrate regulatory approved food handler training with your learning management system?
Our robust customization options allow you to make training available through a learning management system or HR system that you already have in place! Contact us for information about SCORM, AICC, and API integration options.
Would you like manager access to your food handler training certificate and records?
You can see progress reports and final exam scores from your employees, and access digital certificates to print. This feature is available automatically when you make a group purchase or take advantage of our industry solutions options. Our robust learning management system puts the information at your fingertips, and helps eliminate the need for printed records.
Are you looking to reduce food protection manager training costs?
The food service industry is fast-paced and requires constant flexibility. So why would training your managers be any different? With the online food safety manager training, your managers can train at his or her own pace, taking time to review the material before sitting for the final proctored exam* and eliminating the need for a full day classroom training. When your managers are ready to take the exam, schedule their test with the confidence that they are trained to take any one of the four nationally approved exams*. This option gives you the flexibility to train managers one at a time, and is more cost effective than the classroom options. (*For more solutions for or information about the differences between food handler and food protection manager certification, please refer to the question that further clarifies those differences.)
Do you need to clarify the differences between food protection manager and food handler certification?
State code typically specifies food protection manager requirements as being satisfied by either a "Demonstration of Knowledge" requirement (evaluated on inspection) or by becoming a "Certified Food Safety Manager." To become a "Certified Food Safety Manager," the individual must pass one of the four ANSI approved exams, namely Prometric, ServSafe, NRFSP, or Learn2Serve. Exams are certified by ANSI to meet the Conference of Food Protection (CFP) standards and individuals receive their Food Safety Manager Certification after passing one of these exams. How one prepares for these exams is up to the individual, although some states do require a specific number of training hours that need to be met prior to taking the exam. Training can be done individually, in a classroom setting, or online, but testing must always be proctored.
StateFoodSafety.com offers food manager training and can ensure that you understand your local requirements, which may also include food handler training for hourly employees. Although only 5 states have statewide food handler training requirements for hourly employees, many local jurisdictions across the country have their own food handler training requirements. Unlike food manager certification, which is a national certification, there is no "one size fits all" for food handler training. Local regulatory entities, such as your local health department, have requirements based on local code and issue their own food handler certificates. This makes it critical for your employed to take training from an approved training provider as determined by the local regulatory agency StateFoodSafety.com has partnerships with agencies across the country and is able to provide this locally approved training online.