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Texas Food Manager Certification Exam
Take our Texas-approved exam online to earn your Food Manager Certification.DETAILS
Ohio Level 2 Food Protection Manager Training
Meet your Ohio Level 2 food manager requirement with our online training course.DETAILS
Texas Food Manager Certification Exam + Training
Get both food manager training and the Texas certification exam with this package.DETAILS
National Food Manager Certification Exam + Training
Sign up for food manager training and the ANAB-Accredited certification examDETAILS
Ohio Food Protection Manager Training + ANAB-CFP Accredited Certification Exam
Enroll in this package to get your Ohio food manager training and ANAB-CFP exam.DETAILS
Examen para los administradores de alimentos de Texas
Obtenga su Certificación de Gerente de Alimentos de Texas en línea.DETAILS
Principios de Gestión de la Inocuidad de los Alimentos + Examen de Texas
Obtén tu entrenamiento y certificación de gerente de alimentos de Texas.DETAILS
Food Safety Manager Principles Training
Get prepared for your food manager exam by enrolling in our food safety course.DETAILS
National Food Manager Certification Exam
Take our ANAB-CFP accredited exam to earn your Food Manager Certification.DETAILS
What Does a Food Service Manager Do?
Food service managers wear many hats to make sure a food service operation runs smoothly. They manage employees, including hiring, firing, training, scheduling, and performance improvement. They maintain the facility’s resources by restocking food and supplies, inspecting equipment, and managing the budget. They control food safety by ensuring compliance with local laws and best food safety practices. They are also responsible for marketing, customer satisfaction, and other important aspects of the business.
Who Needs Food Manager Training?
If you manage a facility where food is sold or served, you can benefit from high-quality food safety training. That includes restaurants, cafeterias, grocery stores, convenience stores, and catering services.
What Is the Difference Between a Food Handler and a Food Manager?
A food handler directly interacts with food, handling unpackaged food, food equipment, or surfaces that come into contact with food. They include waitstaff, cooks, food preparation personnel, dishwashers, and bussers. These individuals play a significant role in a facility's food safety by following (or not following) recommended hygiene and food handling practices. The FDA recommends food handler training and many state or local jurisdictions mandate it.
Any facility with food handlers will need one or two trained food safety managers to oversee the big picture. While food handlers are responsible for their safety practices, food managers make sure that food safety practices are followed in every part of the business. Food managers create procedures for food safety, monitor compliance, train people when needed, and audit the system for effectiveness.
Get Your Food Manager Certification from Learn2Serve®
Learn2Serve by 360training offers food manager exams to get you certified. We also offer a food safety training course to help you prepare for the exam. It acts as a food safety manager certification study guide so that you feel confident when you take the test.
Additionally, once you pass your exam, you can print your food manager certificate to display at your establishment. This shows health inspectors that you have the knowledge required to keep your customers and employees safe.
Select your state above to learn more about our food safety manager certification!
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Food Safety Manager State Guides
Learn what your state requires for you to obtain and maintain your food manager certification.
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
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