Arkansas Food Handler Bundle
|Arkansas||State Accepted (todos los condados)|
|Certificate validity||3 years (3 años)|
Basic principles of food safety
Our courses are filmed in catering kitchens and provide curriculum-based learning linked to “real life” situations.
The course is divided into 9 sections.
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Food Safety & The Law
Chapter 2 – Food Safety Hazards – Pathogenic Bacteria
Chapter 3 – Allergens
Chapter 4 – Time & Temperature Controls
Chapter 5 – Principles of Safe Food Storage
Chapter 6 – Food Pests
Chapter 7 – Cleaning
Chapter 8 – Front of House
Chapter 9 – Personal Hygiene
What’s Included in this Package?
100% Online, Video Training (Available in English or Spanish)
Training takes 2 hours to complete. We are the only company to offer video-training.
Online Exam – 2 Attempts Available (Available in English or Spanish )
40 Question ANSI Accredited Exam that can be taken 100% online, with no need for a proctor .
ANSI Accredited Certificate
Once you pass your exam you will receive an ANSI Approved Food Handler Certificate.
In Arkansas there is no mandatory requirement for your staff to take Food Handler Training. However, the cost of a single foodborne illness outbreak at a fast-casual establishment could cost between $6,330 to $2.1 million, depending on the severity of the outbreak.
This certificate WILL be accepted by your Manager
The Benefits of Always Food Safe’s Training
Your Manager/Health Inspector will Accept this Certificate
ANSI Accredited Online Food Handlers Training that is accepted throughout the USA.
Available in English & Spanish
Our training is available in both English & Spanish, so you can choose to learn in the language you feel most comfortable in.
We are the only company around to offer video learning, our course is far more engaging and entertaining than anything else out there.
Studies have shown that learners remember just 10% of textual content, 65% of visual content and 95% of audio-visual content.
This course is 100% online and once completed you can print your certificate out at home, or email to your manager.