You’ve worked hard and you’ve finally landed your first job as a food service supervisor. Congratulations! Now, the only thing left to do before you take on your new role is to make sure that you have the proper food safety manager certification required by the state of Minnesota.
The Food Safety Manager Certification Training Process
When the time comes to get certified, you have the option to choose between two types of training and exams; an online food safety certification course or an instructor led class and exam. Benefits abound for each type of course, so you have the opportunity to choose which style works best for you.
Online food safety manager certification training offers a high level of convenience and accessibility. These sessions can be viewed from any computer with an internet connection, and they can be taken at your own pace, night or day. When taking an online course, you schedule your own breaks giving you time between sessions if your schedule doesn’t allow you to finish in one sitting.
The biggest advantages to taking an instructor led certification course is that there is a teacher available should you have questions and class interaction to identify issues you may miss when sitting by yourself in front of a screen. If a question occurs during an online session, you’re on your own to clarify topics that you’re unsure about. This sometimes leads to more confusion and frustration if you cannot find the answers that you’re looking for. Classes led by an experienced instructor take place in a low-stress environment with a knowledgeable industry expert who is available to answer any questions that arise.
Safe Food Training offers both online and instructor led food safety manager certification training and examinations. Our 5 star rated classes are held at several convenient locations around the twin cities/central Minnesota. Which style of course do you feel fits the lifestyle of a busy food service supervisor?