eFoodHandlers provides online training and state-mandated food handling certifications for food handlers, food-service managers and alcohol servers, with special programs available for businesses and schools that provide culinary training. The online learning platform is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to provide training for the food-service industry.
eFoodHandlers offers the following courses:
The rates for eFoodHandler certificates vary depending on the certification being sought and the requirements of each state. The site does offer price breaks and scholarships for those who are unable to afford the cost of a food-handler certificate. Businesses also can take advantages of eFoodHandler’s training for their employees. The site allows businesses to buy certification courses in bulk for their employees, and businesses also can choose to see analytics from their employees’ exams to help identify areas of food safety that require more training or more focus to keep their kitchens operating safely.
eFoodHandler also offers school-based training programs that allow school students who are preparing for careers in the food service industry to earn their food handler certifications.
(Source: http://www.efoodhandlers.com/default.aspx) Last updated November 15, 2019
The most commonly reported benefits of attending eFoodHandlers are "Affordable" and "Flexible class hours", but respondents also mentioned "Good career preparation" and "Helpful career services" as notable benefits. eFoodHandlers has been reviewed 735 times, with an average rating of 4.54 out of 5. About 97% of reviewers would recommend eFoodHandlers to a friend.
“Wish i would have already had it before they asked . didn't know state law requires it until all food service workers need to have it .We'll probably need a updated version do to Covid 19 😷”
“I wish there were more economical options for getting this certificate.”
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