ServSafe Food Manager Certification Course

Have you ever picked up a can of beans that is slightly dented and wondered if that was safe to eat? Or, how long you can have food sit out before it becomes unsafe to eat? If so, join the Capital Area Food Bank for two food safety trainings in October to brush up on your food safety skills to better serve your community.
  • ServSafe Food Manager Certification Course
  • Wednesday, October 12th 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
  • Bedford Falls Distribution Center:
  • 4900 Puerto Rico Ave NE, Washington DC 20017
  • For those agencies that provide meal service programs, the Food Bank will be offering another chance to gain or renew your ServSafe Food Manager Certification. All meal service programs are required to have a ServSafe Food Protection Manger present during meal service.
  • ServSafe Food Manager Certification teaches you the latest FDA Food Code, food safety research, and provides food sanitation training experience. Managers learn to implement essential food safety practices and create a culture of food safety. All content and materials are based on actual job tasks identified by food service experts.
  • The examination is $125.
  • Click here to register!
  • ServSafe for Food Banking
  • Tuesday, October 25th 10:00 am—12:30 pm
  • Bedford Falls Distribution Center:
  • 4900 Puerto Rico Ave NE, Washington DC 20017
  • The National Restaurant Association and Feeding America have teamed up to produce a customized food-handling education program that teaches food pantries and other charitable organizations how to distribute food safely and properly.
  • The course is not an official certification, but is intended to help you better understand food-safety techniques and practices.
  • Click here to register!
  • Please contact with any questions or concerns.
  • Brought to you by
    Collaboration Council
    Montgomery County, MD