Texas Food Handler

Get Your Texas Food Handlers Permit and More

Responsible Training is the easiest way for you to get your food handler, food manager, TABC or child care training. Our online courses are quick to complete and let you print out your own certificate when you’re done. We are the premier food safety experts in the nation, providing certificates that our students can count on. Learn more about our classes by clicking the links below and get your certificate today! In Texas, obtaining a food handler's certificate is simple. All you have to do is finish a training program and pass an exam to get a food handler card that is valid in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, or anywhere else in Texas.

This Food Handler course has been developed to meet the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) E2659 standard practice for certificate programs requirements by training experts with the guidance of health department food safety officials, food management professionals and food handlers like you. It is periodically updated to stay current with food codes and to improve quality; learn about changes here.

How to get a Responsible Training Food Handlers Certification in Texas


When you’re in need of a Texas food handler card, it’s best to do things by the book. Responsible Training has an approved Texas food handler training program that meets all ANSI standards. Whether you want to be a food manager or cook delicious dishes in the kitchen, food certificates are a must!

With our training programs, we’ve made it easy to receive your food handler card, meet state and company standards, and begin to work as quickly as possible. You'll get an overview of food safety issues, rules, and practices so you'll know how to keep your workplace safe. The training also teaches you how to handle food safely to limit the danger of foodborne illness. You will receive your certificate of completion once you have completed the course and passed the final exam with a score of at least 70%. Your certificate can be used to demonstrate that you've finished a food safety training course.


What Will I Learn In My Texas Food Handler Course?

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