What Will I Learn?

  • Recognizing the importance of food safety
  • Understanding how food becomes unsafe
  • Identify TCS food
  • Recognize the risk factors for foodborne illness
  • Understand the important prevention measures for keeping food safe

Description

Idaho requires having at least one certified food manager on staff. Through our ServSafe training and certification course, you will earn your nationally recognized food safety license by ServSafe. 

Obtaining and maintaining your ServSafe Certificate means you have the tools and knowledge you need to ensure that your workplace meets industry standards for cleanliness along with proper safety requirements for food handling and preparation. 

Study materials will be provided exactly one week prior to the training day. Please provide a valid email when registering so this may be provided. 24 Hours prior to the class is NOT enough time to study for the exam.

  • ServSafe Certification upon successfully passing of the exam
  • Receive 4 hours of interactive instructional training and 2 hours of testing

Walk Away With:

  • Interactive training that will prepare you for certification exam
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site
  • Certification of Completion provided by College of Southern Idaho
  • Managers ServSafe Certification (valid for 5 years).

Who Should Attend?

Those who are in the food industry including managers, cooks, chefs, wait staff, supervisor’s owners, and all food handlers who are working on best practices for food safety.

Instructor Bio

Dianne Jolovich
Dianne is Professor of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts at the College of Southern Idaho. Ms. Jolovich has taught for 13 years at CSI and is also an advisor for SkillsUSA and Collegiate DECA. She is very passionate about the Hospitality and Tourism Industry. Dianne was CTE Educator of the year at the College of Southern Idaho in 2009 and CTE Educator of the year for the state of Idaho in 2017. Dianne has a Master’s in Human Resource Training and Development from Idaho State University. She is involved in community and campus leadership organizations such as Past President Mountain Plains Adult Education Association, Past President Idaho Lifelong Learning Association, Best Practice Committee, Student Success Advisory Committee, and Hospitality Management Horizontal Alignment Participant for Idaho.

What Will I Learn?

  • Recognizing the importance of food safety
  • Understanding how food becomes unsafe
  • Identify TCS food
  • Recognize the risk factors for foodborne illness
  • Understand the important prevention measures for keeping food safe

Description

Idaho requires having at least one certified food manager on staff. Through our ServSafe training and certification course, you will earn your nationally recognized food safety license by ServSafe. 

Obtaining and maintaining your ServSafe Certificate means you have the tools and knowledge you need to ensure that your workplace meets industry standards for cleanliness along with proper safety requirements for food handling and preparation. 

Study materials will be provided exactly one week prior to the training day. Please provide a valid email when registering so this may be provided. 24 Hours prior to the class is NOT enough time to study for the exam.

  • ServSafe Certification upon successfully passing of the exam
  • Receive 4 hours of interactive instructional training and 2 hours of testing

Walk Away With:

  • Interactive training that will prepare you for certification exam
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site
  • Certification of Completion provided by College of Southern Idaho
  • Managers ServSafe Certification (valid for 5 years).

Who Should Attend?

Those who are in the food industry including managers, cooks, chefs, wait staff, supervisor’s owners, and all food handlers who are working on best practices for food safety.

Instructor Bio

Dianne Jolovich
Dianne is Professor of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts at the College of Southern Idaho. Ms. Jolovich has taught for 13 years at CSI and is also an advisor for SkillsUSA and Collegiate DECA. She is very passionate about the Hospitality and Tourism Industry. Dianne was CTE Educator of the year at the College of Southern Idaho in 2009 and CTE Educator of the year for the state of Idaho in 2017. Dianne has a Master’s in Human Resource Training and Development from Idaho State University. She is involved in community and campus leadership organizations such as Past President Mountain Plains Adult Education Association, Past President Idaho Lifelong Learning Association, Best Practice Committee, Student Success Advisory Committee, and Hospitality Management Horizontal Alignment Participant for Idaho.

What Will I Learn?

  • Recognizing the importance of food safety
  • Understanding how food becomes unsafe
  • Identify TCS food
  • Recognize the risk factors for foodborne illness
  • Understand the important prevention measures for keeping food safe

Description

Idaho requires having at least one certified food manager on staff. Through our ServSafe training and certification course, you will earn your nationally recognized food safety license by ServSafe. 

Obtaining and maintaining your ServSafe Certificate means you have the tools and knowledge you need to ensure that your workplace meets industry standards for cleanliness along with proper safety requirements for food handling and preparation. 

Study materials will be provided exactly one week prior to the training day. Please provide a valid email when registering so this may be provided. 24 Hours prior to the class is NOT enough time to study for the exam.

  • ServSafe Certification upon successfully passing of the exam
  • Receive 4 hours of interactive instructional training and 2 hours of testing

Walk Away With:

  • Interactive training that will prepare you for certification exam
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site
  • Certification of Completion provided by College of Southern Idaho
  • Managers ServSafe Certification (valid for 5 years).

Who Should Attend?

Those who are in the food industry including managers, cooks, chefs, wait staff, supervisor’s owners, and all food handlers who are working on best practices for food safety.

Instructor Bio

Dianne Jolovich
Dianne is Professor of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts at the College of Southern Idaho. Ms. Jolovich has taught for 13 years at CSI and is also an advisor for SkillsUSA and Collegiate DECA. She is very passionate about the Hospitality and Tourism Industry. Dianne was CTE Educator of the year at the College of Southern Idaho in 2009 and CTE Educator of the year for the state of Idaho in 2017. Dianne has a Master’s in Human Resource Training and Development from Idaho State University. She is involved in community and campus leadership organizations such as Past President Mountain Plains Adult Education Association, Past President Idaho Lifelong Learning Association, Best Practice Committee, Student Success Advisory Committee, and Hospitality Management Horizontal Alignment Participant for Idaho.