• Florida Food Handler Certificate

 $9.99

RESPONSIBLE TRAINING'S FOOD HANDLER COURSE

A food handler program helps new and current food handlers keep up to date on laws and regulations for the county and state where they work. Like many other states, the State of Florida requires food handlers to take a food handler course and pass a test showing you understand food safety.

This Food Handler course meets the State of Florida's Department of Business and Professional Regulations (FL DBPR) requirements for food handler training. It was developed 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. Click Here to search for your SEA number.

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WHAT KIND OF TRAINING DO FLORIDA FOOD HANDLERS NEED?

Florida law requires that anyone working in an establishment which handles or serves food to the public have training in how to do so safely. All food workers need to be knowledgeable in how to maintain proper food temperature, sanitize food equipment and surfaces and how to prevent the spread of foodborne illnesses.

You can get all the training you need in our quick and easy online course. You’ll be able to get your Florida food handlers card in a matter of hours or days.

HOW CAN FLORIDA FOOD HANDLERS GET THEIR CARD?

One of the fastest ways to receive a handlers card in Florida is through Responsible Training’s online courses. All you need is access to the internet and a computer, and you can get started right away.

Responsible Training’s courses are simple and easy to take. Each chapter is presented in a fun and interactive way. When you are finished, you’ll take a quiz before moving on to the next chapter. When you’ve finished all the chapters, you’ll take a final exam. Earning a grade of 75% or more means you’ve passed and are now a certified Florida Food Handler!

WHERE CAN I USE MY FOOD HANDLER CERTIFICATE?

Having your card opens up so many great employment opportunities. Once you have passed your final exam and registered, you’ll be able to work at a variety of restaurants, caterers, grocery stores and more.

WHAT TOPICS ARE COVERED IN OUR FLORIDA FOOD SAFETY TRAINING?

Responsible training’s courses are concise and to the point. We cover all the essentials to prevent foodborne illness. In our fast and convenient online classes, you’ll learn the following:

  • How to properly wash your hands to make sure you don’t transmit any contagious diseases
  • Safely thawing, reheating and storing food.
  • Sanitizes surfaces on countertops, storage bins and utensils.
  • How foodborne illness is caused, as well as the symptoms.
  • Important hygiene practices.
  • By understanding all of these essentials, you’ll be a valuable member of the team at any food service establishment. It’s the first step in getting a job in a facility that serves food to the public.

WHAT SETS RESPONSIBLE TRAINING'S FLORIDA FOOD HANDLER TRAINING APART FROM OTHER PROGRAMS

We are the premier food safety training provider on the market today. Our fun and interactive learning modules will get you the important information quickly, so you can pass the test and receive your handlers card. Our courses are updated whenever necessary, so you can be sure you are getting the most current information.

Our staff is here to help you. If you have any questions, please contact us. We’ll make sure you are matched with the correct course for your location.

HOW LONG IS A FLORIDA FOOD HANDLER CARD VALID FOR?

Your training certification will be good for 3 years. Keeping your food safety training up to date is essential for the prevention of foodborne illnesses, which can be deadly in some cases.

HOW DOES GETTING FOOD SAFETY TRAINING PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH?

Holding food manager certification, or a handler card means you understand exactly what’s required to prepare and serve food to the public. Outbreaks from contaminated food are very serious, and have major consequences ranging from serious illness or death, to fines and other legal problems.

When proper procedures aren’t followed, it’s possible that food could become contaminated with foodborne illness. The effects can even lead to death in some cases. That’s why Florida law requires that employees are trained to work with food safely.

When you are trained with Responsible Training’s online food handler program, you’ll know the food you are serving is safe as well as delicious.

WHAT KIND OF COMPUTER CAN I USE?

We recommend the course be done using a standard desktop or laptop. However, depending on the brand and version, you can use a smartphone/ tablet.

WHAT IS THE COST AND WHAT METHODS OF PAYMENT CAN I USE?

The cost of each course is located in the course catalog. You may pay using all major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express).

HOW DO I REGISTER?

Registration is quick and simple. You will enter basic information and be asked to create your own username and password. When you are ready to start your training, log in using the username and password. You will be prompted to go through our introduction page before starting the actual course. Personalized password selection and a secure server ensure that test data and all other personal information remain secure.

REGISTERING YOUR CERTIFICATE WITH A LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Please review the guidelines when signing up for the course as you will find detailed instructions on how and where to register. We work with many jurisdictions that allow us to collect and register for you. Many areas have no registration requirements.

REFUNDS & CANCELLATIONS

Responsible Training’s first consideration is customer satisfaction. If for any reason you request a refund before a certificate is issued, we will be happy to refund you the full amount of the transaction.