ServSafe Food Handler Certification

The ServSafe food handler certificate is the most popular certification awarded by ServSafe. It is sometimes called a food handlers card or a food workers permit. The purpose of the certification is to ensure that food service workers have an understanding of basic food safety principles. The certificate is awarded after completing the course and passing the assessment. The assessment will test your knowledge in these five categories: Basic Food Safety, Personal Hygiene, Cross- contamination and Allergens, Time and Temperature and Cleaning and Sanitation.

FDBV-202 (4 Hours)
Fee: $59

  • Section MW01-Mays Landing Campus
    Wednesday, April 10, 2019
    9 a.m.-1 p.m.

ServSafe Manager Certification

This program covers sanitation guidelines as suggested by the National Restaurant Association’s “ServSafe” program. The ServSafe Manager Certification verifies that a manager or person-in-charge has sufficient food safety knowledge to protect the public from foodborne illness. Individuals that successfully pass the 90-question, multiple-choice exam will receive a ServSafe Manager Certification and wallet card. The ServSafe Manager Certification is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) under the Conference for Food Protection Standards. Participants will take the test on the last day of the course.

FDBV-200 (12 Hours)
Fee: $189 (Tuition: $149, Supplies: $40)

  • Section AW02-Worthington Atlantic City Campus
    Tuesday and Friday, March 12 and 15, 2019
    9 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Section CW01-Cape May County Campus
    4 Wednesdays beginning February 6, 2019
    (Ending February 27, 2019)
    9 a.m.- noon