BROOKINGS — South Dakota State University Extension will hold a ServSafe Foodservice Manager Sanitation Recertification course Feb. 26 in Armour at the 4-H Building, 39182 280th St.
The recertification course begins at 12:15 p.m. with registration and ends at 4:30 p.m. with an assessment. Pre-registration is required by Feb. 12.
“South Dakota food service establishments are required to have at least one person on staff that has passed an approved eight-hour food service manager sanitation training and certification program. ServSafe is an approved course,” said Lavonne Meyer, Extension food safety specialist and certified ServSafe instructor.
She adds that law requires that this certificate needs to be renewed every five years. This class meets the requirements of South Dakota Department of Health Standards.
The training session cost is $50, class size is limited and registration for the event is required. Attendees are required to bring a photo ID, and encouraged to bring note taking materials as well as the meat thermometer. All other written materials will be provided at the class.
Meyer encourages all individuals involved in food service of any kind to participate.
To learn more and receive registration information, contact Meyer at 605-782-3290 or email@example.com.
Directions to the 4-H Building from Douglas County Memorial Hospital, on north side of Armour, go about ½ mile west, turn north and drive past the pool.For the complete article see the 01-08-2013 issue.
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