Director of Health
CITY OF STAMFORD
QUALIFIED FOOD OPERATOR TRAINING IN STAMFORD
The Department of Health and Social Services, Environmental Inspections Division Announces their Food Safety Training Program for Food Service Establishments Workers
The Stamford Health Department Environmental Inspections Division in an effort to increase public awareness on food handling procedures has created a food safety program that will teach proper methods to restaurant owners, managers and staff on how to prevent food borne illness. We feel that this valuable program will make the City of Stamford a much safer place to eat and enjoy the many wonderful diverse food service establishments in the community. All attendees shall receive training that will include but not limited to: instruction in proper food temperature control, food protection, personnel health and cleanliness, sanitation of facility equipment, supplies and utensils. The Health Department have ServSafe national certified instructors and registered examination proctors who will teach the training course in Stamford to individuals seeking to become qualified food operators. The training course uses the ServSafe National Restaurant Association’s materials and exam. Successful completion of the classroom training and exam meet the State of Connecticut Qualified Food Operator testing requirement.
All classes will be held at the Stamford Government Center located at 888 Washington Blvd., Stamford Connecticut.
- Cost: $175.00 (includes training material, exam and ServSafe Certificate)
- Classes will be held the 3rd Saturday of each month with a minimum of 5 students per class. Additionally separate training classes can be scheduled with establishments with 10 or more food handlers.