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ANSI Food Safety Essentials Program Information

In accordance with our ANSI food handler training program accreditation (ASTM e2659-2015), wants to communicate the following information: Certificate purpose, scope, and intended learning outcomes: Program Purpose: The purpose of the Food Safety Essentials certificate program is to prepare food handlers to enter the workforce by providing the required food safety information as specified by […]

Job Profile: Server

Working as the face of a restaurant, servers are responsible for making sure that customers have an enjoyable dining experience. They must greet customers, explain the menu, answer questions, take orders, prepare drinks, bring out the food, and much more. Their specific duties will vary depending on the type of restaurant and the type of […]

Job Profile: Butcher

Knives, repetitive motions, cold temperatures, dangerous equipment, and, of course, raw meat—a career as a butcher isn’t for the weak at heart. Butchers and meat cutters can work in grocery stores, specialty meat shops, or in animal slaughtering and processing plants. Butchers, on average, make about $13.70 per hour. No formal education is required as […]

Job Profile: Barista

Baristas are beverage experts. From creamy coffee to savory sodas, these foodservice workers know their way around a cup. Typically working in stand-alone coffee shops, baristas can also be found serving delightful non-alcoholic drinks in stores and roadside stands. Oftentimes, shifts start early in the morning so that others can grab a caffeinated beverage on […]

Job Profile: Bakers

Bakers typically work in bakeries, manufacturing facilities, grocery stores, and restaurants making baked goods such as breads and pastries. Many work shifts in the early morning, late evening, and on holidays and weekends. Most bakers learn their skills through long-term on-the-job training, so formal education and previous experience are not required. However, some bakers-in-training may […]

Job Profile: Busser

A busser’s main objective is to assist wait staff and bartenders by clearing, cleaning, and resetting tables; restocking utensils, napkins, and condiments; and delivering food and drinks to customers. Bussers are customer service oriented team players who work quickly to keep business moving. Bussers do not need a high school diploma, and most establishments provide […]

Job Profile: Bartender

Bartenders mix and serve beverages (often alcoholic) at locations like restaurants, hotels, bars, and clubs. They may also be responsible for greeting customers and answering questions, distributing menus, checking customer ID, collecting customer payment, cleaning, and maintaining stock of bar supplies. Bartenders often work late evenings, weekends, and holidays, and about 50% of bartenders work […]

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