We designed our ANSI-accredited certificate programs to give food handlers a simple and affordable solution for online food safety training.
The 2-hour Texas Food Handler course satisfies food safety training standards set by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Our Texas Food Handler Course covers:
Most food handlers in Texas must complete food safety training within 60 days of employment.
Our 2.5-hour California Food Handler course meets food safety training requirements set by California law and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
The California Food Handler course complies with:
California food handlers must complete a food safety course within 30 days of employment.
You'll receive a food handler card or certificate of completion after you complete our food handler certificate program. State or local governing entities require most workers in the food service industry to earn and maintain a valid food handler card.
Once you finish our ANSI-accredited program, you can instantly download a digital food handler card or certificate that you can print and provide to your employer.
A food handler is a food service employee who works with unpackaged food, utensils, food equipment or surfaces that come in contact with food. Most workers in the food service industry must complete a food safety certificate program that provides a valid food handler card or certificate.
Types of jobs that require a valid food handler card may include:
Food safety training requirements vary depending on your state and county, so it's important to ask your employer what type of training you need. If you are the direct supervisor of one or more food handlers, you may require food manager training.
To earn your food handler card or certificate of completion, you must demonstrate your understanding of established food safety techniques.
Our online course covers a wide range of food safety topics, including:
Mastery of these topics will ensure you are qualified to handle food safely and prevent the spread of harmful bacteria and viruses.