Food Safety

2017 Food Safety Trainings National Restaurant Association ServSafe® Curriculum Trainings

 

Colorado State University Extension and Northeast Colorado Health Department.
Mark Your Calendar!

 

2017 Managers’ Training

Wednesday, June 7 - Brush 8 am - 5:30 pm: Morgan County Fairgrounds

Managers’ Training Fee: $100.00 postmarked 30 days prior to training $125.00 postmarked less than 30 days prior to training Includes National Restaurant Association Certification Test

Register For Managers Training

 

2017 Food Handlers’ Trainings

Thursday, March 9 - Brush 9 am - 3 pm:

Morgan County Fairgrounds

 

Monday, April 17 – Ft Morgan – Spanish Only 9 am – 3 pm: Country Steak Out


Monday, September 18 - Yuma 9 am - 3 pm: Yuma County Concession Building

 

Wednesday, October 25 - Sterling 9 am - 3 pm: Logan County Extension Office

Food Handlers’ Training Fee: $40.00 postmarked 2 weeks prior to training $55.00 postmarked less than 2 weeks prior to training

 

 

Register for Food Handlers Training Here


Registration brochure for Managers’ Training mailed approximately 2 months prior to training. Registration for Handlers’ Training mailed approximately 6 weeks prior to training. Maximum registration for each class is 30 individuals. Minimum registration is 10.
For additional information, contact Joy Akey at Yuma County Extension, 970-332-4151.


Colorado State University, U.S. Department of Agriculture and Northeastern Colorado counties cooperating. Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.

To learn more about this program, contact:

Gisele Jefferson at 970-345-2287 - gisele.jefferson@colostate.edu;
Joy Akey at 970-332-4151 - joy.akey@colostate.edu;
Tracy Trumper at 970-854-3616 - tracy.trumper@colostate.edu.
 

Colorado State University Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.
Colorado State University Extension is your local university community connection for research-based information about natural resource management; living well through raising kids, eating right and spending smart; gardening and commercial horticulture; the latest agricultural production technologies and community development. Extension 4-H and youth development programs reach more than 90,000 young people annually, over half in urban communities.