ServSafe Class Coming to Dade City March 26th

The ServSafe Manager’s class and exam session will be offered again Pasco County. ServSafe is the national food safety certification for those working in the food industry. Whether your current certification is about to expire and your employer requires you to stay current on your certification, or you will be taking it for the first time to start your own restaurant business, the ServSafe certificate, which is nationally recognized through the National Restaurant Association and is good for five years, will be offered as one class in Dade City. The class/exam date is coming up soon: Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 from 8:30am to 4:30pm. The exam is based off of the 7th edition textbook, which came out in 2017, and is highly recommended for studying the most current information. The class and exam will be held at the One Stop Shop Stallings Building, located at 15029 14th St, Dade City, FL 33523. Price varies depending on whether or not you need to purchase the book, which needs three to five business days to arrive; overnight shipping is an option and will cost more, so please plan ahead and purchase your book early! For those who don’t pass the first time, there is the option to purchase a retest as well. Please see the Event Brite posting to reserve your ticket and for more information about pricing:

Please note that there is no access to a refrigerator or microwave for lunches. Please either pack a nonperishable lunch or plan to purchase a lunch in the vicinity during the lunch break.

Please make sure you study leading up to March 26th. The first part of the class is meant to be a review of the material. You should be very comfortable with the ServSafe material by March 26th to ensure a high score. The class will also have a practice test and chances to clarify any questions you might have.

If you have any questions, please contact Shari, the instructor and exam proctor, at 352-518-0481 or email


Shari Bresin, Family and Consumer Sciences Agent for Pasco County Extension
Posted: March 11, 2019

Category: Food Safety
Tags: Class, Food Safety, ServSafe, Training

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