Safe Plates for Food Managers Course

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Safe Plates for Food Managers Course

North Carolina Cooperative Extension – Union County Center will be holding a Safe Plates for Food Managers course for the Summer Season!

By N.C. Cooperative Extension, Union County

When and where

Date and time

June 5 · 9am - June 8 · 12pm EDT


N.C. Cooperative Extension | Union County Center 3230 Presson Road Monroe, NC 28112

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This course helps to meet the requirement in North Carolina of having at least one certified food protection manager in a food establishment, per the 2017 FDA Food Code. This interactive course is filled with hands-on activities and case studies to help understand best safety practices when it comes to topics such as personal hygiene, preventing cross-contamination of foods, and handling allergens. Once the course is completed participants will take an ANSI-approved exam for Food Protection Manager Certification which is accepted throughout the United States for up to five years

Information On Course:

Class: June 5th - 7th 2022, 9 AM - 1:30 PM (includes breaks)Exam Day: June 8th, 2022, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Address: Union County Agriculture Center, 3230-D Presson Road, Monroe, NC 28112

Registration Fee & Payment Information: $150 (Incl. books, handouts, and test) - Payment due by first day of class. Cash, Check, or Card accepted. Please deliver cash or checks to the county center. Checks are written out to: Union County Cooperative Extension.

Contact Info: Marcus McFarland, Family and Consumer Sciences Agent -

Phone: (704) 283-3830


Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made by: May 22nd, 2022 to the contact above.

About the organizer

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Union County Center
3230-D Presson Rd
Monroe, NC 28112

(704) 283-3801


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