ANSI-ASTM e2659-18 Accredited Programs Policies

Program Purpose:

Food Handler Training

The purpose and goal of the Learn2Serve Food Handler Training Certificate are to be provided to individuals working in restaurants and non-restaurant facilities with an overview of food safety issues, regulations, and techniques to maintain a food-safe environment. These individuals will also be able to better understand how handling food and cannabis correctly to reduces risks. This course covers food safety issues, regulations, and techniques to maintain a food-safe environment. It will help you to better understand how handling food correctly is required by law and how it improves safety and lowers cost as well.

Food Allergy Training

The purpose and goal of the Learn2Serve Food Allergy Training Certificate are to be provided to individuals covers food allergens as they pertain to a wide range of working environments: the hospitality industry, nursing homes, gyms and activity centers, restaurants and bars, and schools and early child education (ECE) programs. It will guide employees at all levels (from management to staff) in understanding the best practices for serving food to food-allergic and food-sensitive individuals, recognizing the symptoms of an allergic reaction, and the proper protocol for dealing with allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis. The ultimate goal is to ensure proper food handling and food management techniques to avoid an allergic reaction. However, no matter how careful one is, allergic reactions are always possible. Therefore, it is essential that you know both how to prevent and how to manage an allergic reaction.

Responsible Cannabis Vendor Training

The purpose and goal of the Learn2Serve Responsible Cannabis Vendor Training Certificate is to provide an overview on marijuana establishments and what they are, followed by a discussion of the general laws and rules regarding marijuana. Training and information on state-specific and business- specific practices are the responsibility of individual licensed employers. Rules vary widely from state- to-state. While we have provided a very brief summary of marijuana’s legal status in each of the states, the regulating board, and some notes, you need to use the links provided for each state to fully educate yourself on the specifics of your state. Similarly, while the third lesson in this course discusses some basics of retail marijuana site safety, there are a number of state specific and local rules you will need to be aware of and follow.

Program Scope:

These training courses are designed to prepare individuals in the Safe Handling of Food, allergens risks associated with food and responsible handling of cannabis. These courses are ANSI accredited and complies with ASTM e2659-18 standards. The Food handler course is recognized in most states and counties, but it is always best to check with the local authorities to be sure you complete any additional local registration, fees, or applications.
If you are in Utah, Florida, Ohio, or San Diego County, please look for our other courses for those areas. Food Handler course is not recognized in Washington State, Oregon, or Clark County/Southern Nevada Health District, but is useful in preparing for the SNHD Test, and is valid in other parts of Nevada.

Program Learning Outcomes:

Food Handler Training:

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Understand food safety—including its goals, benefits, and impact—and properly adhere to it
  2. Understand how to prevent biohazards and identify signs of spoilage, recognize common foodborne illnesses, and explain their symptoms and cause.
  3. Understand three types of contamination, explain how food becomes hazardous, and properly preserve food.
  4. Understand how to properly take the temperature of food and maintain safe temperatures when storing and preparing food.
  5. Understand how to maintain personal hygiene in the workplace, and the importance and practice of employee training
  6. Understand how to safely acquire, receive, and store food.
  7. Understand how to properly clean and sanitize – Procedures and implications
  8. Understand the signs and eradication procedures for pest infestation.

Food Allergy Training:

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Define food allergy, including the top 8 food allergens and their sources
  2. Recognize the difference between a food allergy and food intolerance
  3. Identify symptoms of a food allergic reaction and prevent potentially fatal anaphylaxis through use of epinephrine
  4. Describe the protocol for notifying emergency response if a food allergic reaction occurs
  5. Recognize the different needs that the hospitality industry, nursing homes, and gyms and activity venues have when it comes to dealing with food allergies
  6. Demonstrate how to best manage food allergens in a food services setting like a restaurant or bar
  7. Discuss the best practices for serving a food-allergic customer, including the role of management, front of the house and back of the house employees
  8. Describe how to properly prepare an allergen-safe meal for a food-allergic customer
  9. Discuss the prevalence of food allergies in children and the importance of preventing allergic reactions in the classroom setting
  10. Explain how the signs of an allergic reaction differ between a child and an adult
  11. Educate children and parents about how the entire school community can support each other in preventing allergic reactions
  12. Respond properly to a child having an allergic reaction

Responsible Cannabis Vendor Training:

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Understand what Cannabis is along with the laws and rules regarding cannabis
  2. Explain why retail licenses and handler permits are necessary and how to protect them
  3. Describe unlawful acts and the consequences and identify ways to prevent unlawful acts
  4. Know what to do to prevent administrative and criminal liability
  5. Become familiar with basic site safety for both retail cannabis establishments and delivery vehicles
  6. Know how medical cannabis works and the process for medical cannabis patients, caregivers, and physicians
  7. Understand what is an is not legal concerning the sale of recreational cannabis
  8. Identify the harm cannabis can cause to pregnant women, adolescents, and the elderly
  9. Know how to verify identification to avoid underage sales
  10. Recognize cannabis products and identify what is considered a cannabis edible
  11. Determine the appropriate dosage, overconsumption and who should avoid cannabis consumption, and why
  12. Recognize the signs cannabis abuse
  13. Identify a person impaired by cannabis and when impairment compromises the safety of others
  14. Learn how to politely but firmly refuse a sale to an intoxicated person

Certificate Requisites:

Food Handler Training:

In order to successfully obtain a Certificate for this course, you must effectively complete each lesson and pass the final exam at the end of the course. The lessons will cover material that ensure that the program learning outcomes are met.

The course requires a minimum 90-minutes participation time to be eligible to take the final exam. Our system will restrict access to the final exam until this time participation requirement is met. There will be a total of 45 questions covered in this final exam with a 72% passing score necessary for successful completion. Out of the total 45 questions 40 are Graded and 05 are Un-Graded questions.

The passing of the exam is necessary to have successfully completed the course and to earn your certificate. Should you fail the exam the first time, you will be given another attempt to pass the exam. A second exam failure will result in you having to retake the course before attempting the assessment again.

Your certificate is not a license. You must contact your local county or state health department to find out if there any additional requirements that must be met before they provide you with a license.

Food Allergy Training:

In order to successfully obtain a Certificate for this course, you must effectively complete each lesson and pass the final exam at the end of the course. The lessons will cover material that ensure that the program learning outcomes are met.

The course requires a minimum 120-minute participation time to be eligible to take the final exam. Our system will restrict access to the final exam until this time participation requirement is met. There will be a total of 45 questions covered in this final exam with a 80% passing score necessary for successful completion.

The passing of the exam is necessary to have successfully completed the course and to earn your certificate. Should you fail the exam the first time, you will be given another attempt to pass the exam. A second exam failure will result in you having to retake the course before attempting the assessment again.

Responsible Cannabis Vendor Training:

In order to successfully obtain a Certificate for this course, you must effectively complete each lesson and pass the final exam at the end of the course. The lessons will cover material that ensure that the program learning outcomes are met.
The course requires a minimum 180-minute participation time to be eligible to take the final exam. Our system will restrict access to the final exam until this time participation requirement is met. There will be a total of 45 questions covered in this final exam with a 77% passing score necessary for successful completion.

The passing of the exam is necessary to have successfully completed the course and to earn your certificate. Should you fail the exam the first time, you will be given another attempt to pass the exam. A second exam failure will result in you having to retake the course before attempting the assessment again.

System Requirements:

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Cancellation / Refund Policy:

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Qualifications of Content Personnel:

The course content was developed by a former Senior Executive who had a long tenure at one of the world’s largest publisher which also provides educational content and educational technology platforms.

The content has been updated over time through the help of individuals who are currently employed in the Restaurant & Food Safety industry at Senior-Level Executive roles as well as those who are involved in the Higher Education industry.

Conclusion:

Upon successfully completing this course, your certificate will enable you to show proof of training to obtain further licensing if necessary. In many States, this certificate is not the actual Food Handler, food allergy and responsible cannabis vendor License, it is always best to check with your local Health Department in charge of issuing these. There are no inferences or designations provided with this training or certificate.

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