Food Safety Classes
Wayne County requires a Certified Food Manager at each fixed food location. The Certified Food Manager (CFM) is a liaison between food service employees and the Health Department and is responsible for educating the staff about disease prevention, cleanliness and sanitation.
Food Manager Certification
Wayne County requires a Certified Food Manager at each fixed food location. The Certified Food Manager is a liaison between food service employees and the Health Department and is responsible for educating the staff about disease prevention, cleanliness and sanitation.
CERTIFIED FOOD MANAGERS CLASSES
Sorry for the inconvenience but the Environmental Health Section currently does not offer Food safety classes, we do plan to offer classes again in the future. Michigan State University Extension Services offers ServSafe classes in Taylor and Livonia. For more information on the Certified Food Manager Class, see the Certified Food Manager resources below:
- Wayne County can provide the ServSafe Manager 6th Edition Book with answer sheet for a fee
- Michigan State University Extension class schedule - No trainings are offered at this time
SOURCES FOR FOOD SAFETY CERTIFICATIONS CLASSES
Macomb County Health Department
Macomb Community College (Classroom)
Department of Professional Education and Certification
NEHA Training (Online)
Oakland County Health Department (Classroom)
Environmental Health Division
Food Systems (Classroom)
880 N. Adams, Suite 3
Birmingham, MI 48009
Schoolcraft College (Classroom)
Department of Continuing Education and Professional Development
P.I.C. Food Safety (Classroom)
1445 Adelaide Street
Detroit MI 48207
Rock City Food Safety (Classroom)
What is Remote Proctoring?
Remote Proctoring enables students to write a test in a remote location, while maintaining the integrity of the test. Students must confirm their identity and they may be monitored through video. This video is then used to flag any irregular student behavior.
ANSI/CFP Accreditation Program