BUTLER — A ServSafe food items protection certification class will be provided by Penn Condition Extension — Butler County Nov. 5 and 12 at its business at 101 Motorpool Way.
Classes are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 5 and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 12. An examination commences at 11 a.m. Nov. 12.
The in-person instruction, taught by accredited ServSafe instructors, will help members find out how to prevent contamination of meals by adequately obtaining, storing, getting ready, cooking, cooling and serving the foodstuff, as very well as proper procedures of sanitizing food items services amenities.
Just after completing the class and passing the several-decision test with a rating of 75 p.c or bigger, members will acquire a ServSafe Meals Safety Supervisor certificate, which is great for five yrs.
The classes will follow CDC, Pennsylvania Department of Wellbeing and Penn Condition pointers associated to COVID-19 mitigation and protection. The classroom will be established up to keep social distancing, and all individuals will be required to have on a mask during the course.
Prior to the start out of the class, individuals will be questioned to critique and admit a sequence of queries related to mitigating the distribute of COVID-19 as a condition of participation. If there is a prospective danger to other individuals, men and women will be requested to participate at a further time and will obtain a total refund.
The system cost of $185 addresses the value of the most latest version of the ServSafe Supervisor reserve, exam, answer sheet and mastering components. To sign-up, visit extension.psu.edu/servsafe or phone 877-345-0691. For further info about the study course, speak to Richard Kralj at 814-849-7361 or [email protected]