ServSafe Managers Food Safety Certification Training

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This 2020 training series consists of three class days (August 10-12), one review day (August 13), and the test day (August 14).

The registration fee of $125 (check or money order ONLY, made payable to Robeson County Cooperative Extension) may be mailed to Cooperative Extension, P. O. Box 2280, Lumberton, NC 28359 or delivered to the Extension Center. Payment must be received in the office by July 27.

The fee covers the 7th edition textbook, test answer sheet, and handouts. The attached enrollment form must be returned with the registration fee by Monday, July 27. The last day to register is July 27. The registration can also be paid online.

It is a good idea to register in enough time to allow for at least 10 days to study before the class begins. The minimum number of participants needed to hold the training is five; less than five will result in the cancellation of the training. The maximum number of participants in the class will be eight in order to comply with social distancing guidelines. Unless the class is canceled, there are no refunds. Substitutions may be made by the registrant in advance of the first day of class.

If anyone has participated in this training offered by Cooperative Extension in the past and needs to retest or re-certify, they can do so on August 14. The retesting fee is $50 and would need to be paid (check or money order ONLY) by July 27. Retesting options are also available on the Eventbrite link.

For more information, please contact Jessie Jones, Extension Food and Consumer Sciences Agent, or Christy Strickland, County Extension Director, at N.C. Cooperative Extension of Robeson County, 910-671-3276, or Michele Fanning at Environmental Health, 910-272-6567.

For accommodations for persons with disabilities, contact N.C. Cooperative Extension of Robeson County at 910-671-3276 no later than August 3.