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How to Get Your Illinois Food Allergen Safety Training



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  • Illinois Approved

  • ANAB Accredited



  • 2 Test Attempts

  • 70% to Pass


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  • Print from Home

  • Valid for 3 Years

  • Training Access for 1 Year

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About Course

Format: Online
Compatible Devices: Computer, tablet, mobile phone (Android, iOS)
Teaching Methods: Interactive activities, audio, video, full-text, etc.
Available Languages: English, Español
Choose your language after purchase.
Length: 60 Minutes (Start and stop as needed)

To get your food allergen training certificate, simply watch the training videos and pass the test.

This course is ANAB accredited and approved for use in Illinois by the Illinois Department of Public Health and is valid statewide.

Purpose (effective 8/9/2021) 
This program’s purpose is to prepare food managers and food workers to control food allergens in their establishments.

Scope (effective 8/9/2021)
This program has been designed for food managers and food workers. This program will provide training and testing relevant to the major food allergens identified by the FDA, identifying allergens in the workplace, communicating with customers and coworkers, and preventing cross-contact.

Learning Objectives (effective 8/9/2021)
By the end of this course, you will be able to: 
  • Identify major food allergens. 
  • Identify food allergen cross-contact risks.
  • Identify methods for preventing cross-contact.
  • Determine how to communicate information about food allergen ingredients and allergen-free orders to coworkers and customers.
  • Identify symptoms of allergic reactions and how to respond if one occurs in the workplace. 

Illinois Food Allergen Safety Training FAQs

​Do I need this Illinois Food Allergens Safety Training?

​All food service sanitation managers in Illinois are required to complete food allergen safety training.

Is the StateFoodSafety Food Allergens Safety Training approved for my area?

This training is approved for use throughout the state of Illinois.

When do I need to complete my food allergen safety training?

Within 30 days of being hired.

What do I get when I finish this course?

Food Allergens Essentials Certificate of Completion

How long is my Food Allergens Essentials Certificate valid for?

Your Food Allergens Essentials Certificate will be valid for 3 years.

How long can I access the course?

When you purchase a StateFoodSafety course, you automatically get one year of unlimited access to the training videos. Take your time through the course or come back after completion to brush up on your food safety knowledge!

How do I renew my Illinois Food Allergens Safety Training?

If your training has expired, you will need to purchase and retake the Illinois Food Allergens Safety Training course and test. If you need to reprint your current certificate of completion log in and go to the Certificates section. From there, you can click View and print your certificate.

What is a food allergen training certificate?

This certificate shows you have completed a food allergen training course and that you understand the basics of preventing allergic reactions to food.

Certificate Reprint

In most areas, you can reprint your required Allergens Certificate by logging in to your account.

  1. Login.
  2. Find the Certificates window on your dashboard.
  3. Locate the digital version of your certificate and click View Certificate.
  4. Select Print or Email.

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View Certificate

Note: In some areas, you get your official Allergens Certificate from the local health department. If you have lost the card you received from your state, county, or local health department, you will need to call that health department to obtain a new card, permit, or certificate.

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When you make a group purchase, we automatically add administrative tools to your account to help you manage your training vouchers. You'll be able to email voucher codes to employees, track their progress through the course, and view earned certificates.

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Well done

By: Michael on Mar 6, 2024

I wanted to just rush through this to complete a task. I took notes, paused the program and rewatched portions because I realized this is more than a task; it is taking responsibility for someone's health seriously. Well done. The course was thorough covering the 9 allergens and the SOP and prevention. Again, well done-this is well put together.

Great course easy to navigate

By: Stelios on Feb 5, 2024

Great course and very easy to navigate and fully detailed

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