Texas Food Handler Card
This Texas Food Handler Card Safety Course is approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services
- Certification is valid for 2 years from the date of course completion
- Online Course is approximately 1 hour long
- NO final exam
- Printable Texas Food Handler Card available upon completion
- English and Spanish courses available
- This course provides information on many topics related to safe food handling.
- A Texas Food Handler Certificate is provided upon successful completion of the online food handler training.
- Your city or county may require an additional fee and you must check with our local health department.
Utah Food Handler Card
This short, fully accredited online course from Ace Food Handler covers everything you need to know about basic food handling and hygiene in the State of Utah.
At the end of the course you will be awarded a temporary Utah Food Handler Card valid for 30 days. You will also be registered automatically with your local Health Department.
You will receive a food handler permit from your local health department either by mail, or you may go their in person and exchange your temporary Utah Food Handler Certificate for the Utah Food Handler Permit. The Utah Food Handler Permit issued by the local health department is valid in Utah for 3 years.
RAMP Server/Seller Training
As a server of alcohol, you play a key role in managing alcohol consumption by your patrons. You can help keep customers from becoming intoxicated and help prevent youth from obtaining alcohol. Both of these play a major role in reducing the risk of alcohol-related incidents and liability.
By the end of this RAMP SELLER SERVER training, you should be able to distinguish between legal duties, house duties, and professional duties. You are required by law to follow legal duties and by your management to follow house duties.
This RAMP online server/seller training is one of five components that must be completed in order for an establishment to become RAMP certified.
This course introduces the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s, Responsible Alcohol Management Program (RAMP).