Food and Beverage Management
Food Manager Sanitation Certification
Educates managers and employees in the foodservice industry on proper food safety
procedures. The course fulfills the requirements of the Wisconsin Food Code and is
the only option for those taking the examination for the first time or needing to
recertify their expiring Food Manager Sanitation Certification. A review of changes
in the codes and regulations related to food safety and sanitation will be provided.
Procedures for food preparation, sanitary work habits, cleaning and sanitizing
procedures, and principles of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)
will be covered. Instruction will be followed by an approved 90-question ServSafe
examination. Successful completion of the examination with a score of 75% or greater
will enable the student to retrieve and print their Certificate from the ServSafe
website at no cost and serves as proof of certification for five years per the Dept
of Health and Social Services. Participants must have access to or purchase the seventh
edition ServSafe coursebook containing the 2013 FDA Food Code for approximately
$115. Students will need to read the entire book and complete study assignments
prior to the class session. An examination Scantron is required to take the exam and
is included in books purchased through Nicolet’s Rhinelander Campus or the Scantron may be purchased separately at a cost ofapproximately $45.
Food Manager Certification Exam
While it is highly encouraged that students take the certification course prior to
the examination, you may choose to take this course that includes the examination
portion only. Successful completion of the approved 90-question ServSafe exam
with a score of 75% or greater will enable the student to retrieve and print their
certificate from the ServSafe website at no cost and serves as proof of certification
for five years per the Department of Health and Social Services. An examination
Scantron is required to take the exam and is included in books purchased through
Nicolet’s Rhinelander Campus or the Scantron may be purchased separately at a cost of approximately $45.
Classes are not currently scheduled at Nicolet College. For a list of approved training providers, please visit the Wisconsin Department of Revenue website: http://www.revenue.wi.gov/training/index.html.
Nicolet College does not endorse or administer any of these programs. Any issues you have concerning registration, student certification, fees, certificates, etc., MUST BE DIRECTED TO THE INDIVIDUAL VENDOR FOR RESOLUTION.