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ServSafe Food Handler- Marshall County

The ServSafe Food Handler course is for anyone who needs basic food safety and food handling training, including home-based vendors, food service workers, volunteers, or others who work with food who only need the basic training. This course is NOT intended for foodservice managers. To obtain your foodservice manager certification, you must take the ServSafe Food Protection Manager course and exam. ServSafe Food Handler satisfies training requirements for HBVs outlined in Indiana House Bill 1149. This program focuses on key aspects including basic food safety, personal hygiene, cross-contamination and allergens, time and temperature, and cleaning and sanitation.

The half-day training includes a booklet and assessment. The Certificate of Achievement is valid for three years. A photo ID with signature is required to take the assessment (driver license, state ID, student ID, military ID, employee ID, U.S. green card, or valid passport).

The ServSafe Food Handler training fulfills the food safety training requirements mandated for home-based vendors in the state of Indiana. After passing the assessment, your Food Handler Certificate of Achievement will be documented with the National Restaurant Association so that you have easy access at any time to look up and prove your training.


    County Location: Marshall County

Registration Deadline: Registration ends February 20, 2024 at 12:00 PM


Purdue Extension Marshall County

112 W Jefferson St Room 304

Plymouth, IN 46563

 Upcoming Class and Exam Dates

February 28, 2024

 Cost: $40

 Check-In Time: 9:45 AM – 10:00 AM ET
Training/Exam Time 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM ET

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