If you already work in the food industry or just follow news reports often, you know that there have been some major issues with food sanitation lately. Quite a bit of people have become sick from peanuts and pistachios, for instance, among other food products as well. So, here are some ways to make the most of your food handler training whether it is mandatory or your own choice:
- Find a training program that works well for your learning style. Everyone learns differently, so it is important to find one that will actually incite learning and remembering rather than being completely bored and uninterested the entire time. There are many types of programs available; you just have to find them. There are training programs where you just read from a book, where a teacher actually trains and instructs you, or one more like an interactive PowerPoint presentation.
- If you are doing it of your own choice, speak with your employer first. They just might be so impressed with your decision that they will pay for it themselves. And who knows; maybe you’ll be promoted for taking the initiative. And we could all use a little pay increase, couldn’t we?
- Take notes throughout the training. After doing this, you won’t have to do much studying before the test. And some programs offer a note taking section right on the course. This is an even easier option for note-taking.
- Also check with your local Health Department. Some states, counties, and cities require this type of training already. And if they do, make sure your chosen course is approved by the Health Department. For example: it is required to have a Plano food handler card if you work with food. Making sure you are taking the right course for your city will save you trouble in the long run.
- Keep it updated. Once you found the right course for your learning style, make sure you keep your food handler training updated. And just like the previous bullet, it will save you a lot of trouble in the long run.
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