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A Training Company provides complete classroom and online food safety training. Our unique group of instructors is comprised of local chefs, restaurant managers, caterers, and more of your peers that best understand the specific challenges in today's busy food industry. Get your food safety training and exam done in only 3 hours!

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April Rivas

16+ years in the food industry, April served as a Pastry Chef in the acclaimed Napa Valley, a restaurant General Manager in Sonoma and Marin Counties, and a Corporate Chef in the East Bay area.

Janet Smith

20+ years in the food industry, Janet has a strong background in front of house operations, event coordinating and managing. Her strength in catering operations lends a practical POV in the classroom.

Robert Hemmer

20+ years in the food industry, Bob has a well-rounded background ranging from retail specialty foods to restaurant food service! Bob’s great energy, unmatched sense of humor, and years of experience make every class memorable!
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Galina B.'s Review Galina B.
2 Stars

It was time to renew my ServSafe Manager.... and it was a hassle to find right time and place to pass the test, plus in many places it was pretty expensive....

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