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Certified Food Protection Manager Trainings

Certified Food Protection Manager Trainings

Serv Safe Food Manager

 

October 2017

Prometric Certified Professional Food Manager Class

Cascade County

Date:  Wednesday October 25, 2017
Time

  • Course:  9:30 am - 5:15 pm (Lunch on your own 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm)
  • Exam:  3:15 pm - 5:15 pm (you may choose to take only the Exam)

Cost:  (Fees must be paid before the day of the class)

  • Course (includes Book) + Exam $100
  • Book only + Exam $66
  • Exam only $40

Place:  Great Falls Clinic Specialty Center, 3000 15th Avenue South, Great Falls

Registration deadline:  October 2, 2017 - space is limited

Call (406) 761-9882 or email molsen@cascadecountymt.gov to register or with questions

 

November 2017

Serv Safe Food Manager

Yellowstone County

Date:   November 2017
Place:  Billings MT

For further information and to register, please contact Sysco Montana, Carole Makin, 406-247-1133, makin.carole@mt.sysco.com

Park County MSU Extension (Livingston)

Date:  Tuesday November 14, 2017
Time:  8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Place: MSU Park County Extension Office, 119 South 3rd Street, Livingston MT 59047

For further information & to register please contact:  Park County MSU Extension at 406-222-4156.

The ServSafe Food Safety course is designed for renewal certification or for those with food safety background.  If you are new to food safety it is recommended that you obtain a book and study in advance to attending class.  Books can be obtained from the Park County MSU Extension Office, 119 South 3rd Street, Livingston MT 59047.

See flyer for upcoming classes and for more information.

 

Available Test Proctors

Certified Food Protection Manager Online Resources

Montana only requires certified food protection managers, however the links below will provide
certification for both certified food protection managers and certified food handlers.
The latter is not required in Montana.