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New Illinois Department of Public Health Regulations require that all food service employees hold a

Food Handler Certificate effective July 1, 2014. 

Chicago Food Service Manager Certification

​Illinois Food Service Manager Certification

The State of Illinois and the City of Chicago require that a Certified Food Service Manager be present at all times during food preparation and service. Stay in compliance with the help of Certified Instructor Tony Molinaro.


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Our Chicago area courses meet Illinois, Chicago, ServSafe and NRFSP requirements. Successful completion of our fifteen hour class and exam will  qualify you for  Illinois and Chicago Food Service Manager Certification.

Food Handler Certification

Illinois and Chicago

Manager Certification

Food Handler

Certification

Gail Molinaro

773.552.6011

​Email info@sanitationcertificate.com

                Food Handler Certification is now mandatory in most states. For information and/or              registration through our nationally accredited affiliate visit the

 NATIONAL REGISTRY OF FOOD SERVICE PROFESSIONALS.​ 

​​Register through your place of business or enter name in " Other Restaurant not listed " box.  Email info@SanitationCertificate.com ​to register your place of business.t​

English   -   Spanish  -  Chinese    

ONLINE FOOD HANDLER CERTIFICATION ONLY

Chicagoland area, English classes only.

New !

On line only, English, Spanish, Chinese.

New Illinois Department of Public Health regulations reduced the number of required instruction time.
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What the new regulation mean for you:  ​
*Fewer classroom hours    - *A one day commitment instead of two days - * new, lower price      *Private class requirement has dropped from a minimum of 10 participants
​to a minimum of 5 participants.

Course Requirements


New Certification:

Classroom time requirement has been reduced to 8 hours inclusive of the exam.


Recertification:

Recertification requirements are the same as new certificates

as of July 1, 2014.


All participants must pass an ANSI-CFP accredited exam with

a minimum score of 75%. We offer a one-day or two-day format

using the ServSafe course and exam. 


​Our fee includes instruction time, study materials, and both the

ServSafe and City of Chicago Certified Food Service Manager

certificates (with a passing score on the exam).  A passing

score also qualifies you for the Illinois Certified Food Service

Manager certificate, if you choose to obtain it.