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We have a physical base in Austin, and provide online, on-site, and classroom training.
Online COA Training
On-line training is movie based with NO TEST. Only $5.95 on the link below (recommended).
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If you encounter any difficulties in billing, accessing our content, or even questions concerning our course content, do not hesitate to give us a call. main support number (469) 353-0696. The answer is yes, now what is the question?
Classroom training is taught in English and Spanish every Thursday afternoon downtown Austin Texas.
El entrenamiento en el aula se enseña en inglés y español cada jueves por la tarde en el centro de Austin Texas.
Classes are held at:
Austin Public Library (main location)
710 W Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78701
Schedule 1 1/2 hours for the class.
The class if free for anyone to attend, as a public service for preventing food-borne illnesses.
If your job requires a COA City of Austin Food Handler certificate, the procedure for doing that will be provided to you after class.
Thursday Nov 15, at 2:00 PM, Spanish at 3:00 PM
English – Thursday,
Español – Thursday,
These classes are tentative based on expected attendance. Call us at 469-353-0696 if interested.
We also offer on-site training. Call us for details of these services 469-353-0696.
We are an official City of Austin COA number vendor. However, that process of city and county registration is no longer necessary or legal. You can now serve open food in the City of Austin with any valid state credentials.
Food Managers are going to have to start enforcing proper hand washing.
The most important method in preventing the transmission of food borne or blood borne pathogens, to yourselves or others is proper hand washing!! Quit spreading shit around people. That’s gross and irresponsible. Being a food service professional requires doing the job right.
This is the City of Austin Health Department page relating to Food Handler Training and Certifications:
We provide a movie based Texas Department of Health Services approved and licensed food safety course (TX DSHS Lic# 68), in both English and Spanish. The normal charge for this course is $9.95, but we are offering it now for $5.95. Tests for food handler certification is no longer required.
We provide a TABC and food handler bundle in association with a VAR partner.
City of Austin Food Handler Program
Food must be obtained from reputable and verified suppliers, stored at the correct temperature, and in the right manner, with no source of contamination. It must be prepared on properly washed, rinsed, and sanitized surfaces, cooked to the proper temperature, and presented honestly to the public with allergen information and unsafe issues exposed on the menu. Issues with an employee which could have adverse affects on food safety promptly addressed by the management. But this takes a credible food manager to ensure that this is done properly. The manager must actively manage the restaurant.
City of Austin Health Department Location
1520 Rutherford Lane
Austin, TX 78754
PO Box 142529
Austin, TX 78714
Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Food Handler Program
The Food Handler Education and Training Program is a law. It is based on a senate bill regarding the certification of basic food safety education and training programs of food handlers.
This law has the purpose of providing educated food safety instructors to train and certify those who prepare food in restaurants so as to reduce as much as possible the major health issues caused by improperly storing, preparing, and holding foor.
One goal is to provide a single platform from which to govern this program preventing overlaps in multiple agencies trying to accomplish the same goal.
The Texas Department of State Health Services, Food Handler Program, along with the State of Texas Certified Food Manager Program, is dedicated to the health, safety, and education of the citizens of the state, educating food service employees in the proper way to produce safe food products for consumers in Texas.
The wave of the future in this issue is HACCP, which is already required in the seafood and juice industries. The latest scientifically based way to be a safe food vendor. For more information on HACCP, see our HACCP and Food Safety page on the top menu.
The Certified Food Manager of the operation is not only a manager, but is legally responsible for overseeing that her employees produce food safely.
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