The ServSafe Program leads the way in providing comprehensive educational materials to the restaurant industry through face-to-face and online instruction.
More than 5 million foodservice professionals have been certified through the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Examination, which is accredited by the American National Standards Institute-Conference for Food Protection.
ServSafe training and certification is recognized by more federal, state and local jurisdictions than any other food safety certification. Three areas of training are available: ServSafe Food Protection Manager, ServSafe Food Handler™ and ServSafe Alcohol™.
ServSafe Food Safety Certification for Managers
Learn about foodborne illness, how to prevent it and how to train employees in food sanitation. Choose from several online, classroom and language options. Earn nationally accredited food safety certification from the National Restaurant Association. This class is also available in Spanish.
ServSafe Alcohol Certification
Learn the essentials of responsible alcohol service. Protect yourself and your operation from risks and liabilities with alcohol training and certification from the National Restaurant Association.
For more information and to register for the Food Safety and Alcohol Certification classes, check out the CRA Calendar, click here
ServSafe Training Materials and Textbooks
When signing up for a class through us, your materials are included in the class registration price. To learn more about the materials or order additional materials, click here
Introducing: ServSafe Allergens Online Course
The number of Americans affected by food allergies is trending higher every year and studies indicate that half the fatal episodes from food allergens occur outside the home. Dining out is a serious concern for customers with food allergies, as well as their family and friends. Watch our new video to learn more about food allergens, and how why you should train your staff with our ServSafe Allergens™ Online Course.For more information on the Allergen Class, click here.