Register for ServSafe Training By May 27, 2022
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Register for ServSafe Training By May 27, 2022

Published: May 06, 2022

Jefferson Community College (JCC) will hold a ServSafe Certification workshop on June 14, 2022 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Lewis County JCC Education Center, Lowville. Intended for food service personnel, JCC’s workshop helps food service establishments meet the New York State Public Health Law that mandates one ServSafe certified staff member be present where food is handled, cooked, stored, served, delivered, removed and disposed. The deadline to register is May 27, 2022. Space is limited. Early registration is recommended! 

JCC’s ServSafe Certification workshop is a one day, 8-hour course that covers the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare and serve food safely. During the last 90-minutes of the workshop, the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification exam will be administered. 

The cost of the workshop is $275 which includes the ServSafe Essentials textbook, exam and proctoring of the exam during the course. Funding is available through The Lewis County OneStop for qualified individuals. Call 315-376-5800 for more information on this funding source. Funding is also available through the Watertown Small Business Development Center (SBDC) for SBDC clients, or whose employer is a client. Email sbdc@sunyjefferson.edu for more information and to apply.

To register, call JCC’s Workforce Development office at 315-786-2233 or email ced@sunyjefferson.edu.

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Pamela Dixon

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Public Relations Department, Jefferson Community College, (315) 786-2392, Email Public Relations

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