Earn your South Carolina Food Manager Certification from the safety and comfort of your home or office.

South Carolina Food Protection Manager

Available in English and Spanish

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PACKAGE SPECIFICATIONS

State County
South Carolina All counties (todos los condados)
Certificate validity 3 years (3 años)
Mandatory? Yes
Passing score 70%

Proctoring Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ”s)

What’s Included in this South Carolina Food Manager Certification Package?

Complete The Training Around Your Lifestyle

Training can be completed on any device.
Our practice exams will allow you to test your knowledge and will prepare you for the final exam.
The exam will highlight areas of improvement, so you can go back to the training if needed and look over the content again.

Remotely Proctored Exam – 2 exam attempts available (Only Company to Offer this!)

80 Question ANSI Accredited Exam that can be taken in your home, or office.
You will instantly receive your score, and whether you passed or failed. Retakes can be scheduled instantly if you were to fail at your first attempt.
If you fail your first exam attempt you will get a second attempt free of charge.

Accredited Certificate – Valid for 5 Years

Once you pass your exam you will receive a Food Manager Certificate which will prove to your manager or local health inspector that you have the mandatory certification required.

This Manager Certification is Nationally Accredited at the Same Level as ServSafe.

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Food Manager USA and our associates are dedicated to delivering South Carolina Food Safety Manager Certification training excellence to all food industry members throughout the United States for twelve years. Training includes Food Manager Training, Food Handler Training, and Allergen Awareness training. We take pride in offering the Always Food Safe Manager Certification Online Course which is a nationally recognized program. We explain the importance of food safety, the individual processes that make up a food manager safety program, and essential considerations and best practices.

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