Safe Plates for Food Managers -Haywood County Class Dates Released

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North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Haywood County has released upcoming 2021/2022 dates for three Safe Plates for Food Managers Certification Classes and Exams in December, March, and May.

Julie Sawyer, Family &Consumer Science Extension Agent in Haywood County offers Safe Plates for Food Managers. This program prepares all those who work in the foodservice industry and particularly those seeking food protection manager certification for the ANSI-approved Food Protection Manager Certification exam.

Managers successfully completing the Prometric Certified Professional Food Manager Exam meet the FDAFood Code 2017 requirement for a Certified Food Protection Manager. This certificate not only meets the same requirement in North Carolina but it is also good throughout the United States for five years.

Managers trained in SafePlates for Food Managers are equipped to create a work environment that minimizes food safety risks in their restaurants, cafeterias, and grocery stores through best practices, open communication, and thoughtful practice.

SafePlates is taught through case studies, storytelling, activities, and discussion. This class is interactive and encourages participants to engage with the material. Current COVID-19 protocol will be observed.

Registration for December 1–3, 2021 Class & Exam

Registration for March 14–16, 2022 Class & Exam

Registration for May 23–25, 2022 Class & Exam