Skill Set Certificate

Hamilton, Pamela

Founding Faculty
Assistant Dean, School of Human Services
Program Coordinator, Dietary Manager
Professor, Food Service Managment
304-367-4297
139 Education Building
Locust Avenue Campus, Fairmont
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Program Purpose: 

This Skill Set is a single course.  Student who successfully complete the course and pass the national certification exam will be awarded the skill set certificate by Pierpont Community & Technical College. Many food service industry employers require ServSafe Certification training in sanitation and procedures for food service workers. Consult Program Advisor for more details.

Student Learning Outcomes: 

Upon successful completion of the ServSafe Skill Set Certificate, completers will be able to do the following:

  • Apply all required and recommended safe food handling procedures including selection, preparation and storage or both fresh and refrigerated or frozen foods
  • Complete all requirements to sit for the National Restaurant Association examination on safe food practices
Opportunities: 

This Skill Set certificate is recognized by the food industry as evidence of satisfactory food practices required by health departments for food handlers in any/all public and private businesses and institutions.

Notice to Students: 

This program alone does not qualify for financial aid.  Students seeking financial aid eligible degrees may incorporate the classes as electives when their schedule allows or may declare an Associate or Certificate of Applied Science degree major of study in which the courses are embedded.

Must pass national certification exam to receive certification.

FOSM 1122

Safety & Sanitation -ServSafe*
2
CH(s)

FOSM 1100 may be substituted for FOSM 1122.

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