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Marshall County - ServSafe Manager Classes and Exams for 2024

Marshall County to Host ServSafe Manager Training In 2024


Purdue Extension-Marshall County is offering ServSafe Food Manager trainings in Marshall County. The ServSafe Food Manager training is an eight-hour class and proctored exam that will be held on the following dates: February 22nd, October 1st, and December 3rd in 2024. Classes will begin at 8:00 am ET. It satisfies Indiana requirements to become a Certified Food Protection manager. The full 1-day training includes a manual and proctored exam. You must score 70 percent or greater to earn the certificate. The certification is valid for five years. A photo ID with signature is required to take the exam. To register for this training visit: https://cvent.me/lMDwav  Registration will close 5 business days before each event date.


The training will be held at the Purdue Extension Office in Marshall County, 112 W. Jefferson St., Rm. 304, Plymouth, IN 46563. For questions, please contact the Purdue Extension Office at 574-935-8545 or email Karen Richey, Health and Human Science Educator, krichey@purdue.edu

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