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If you are looking for affordable, convenient Arizona food safety training, then you've come to the right place. Food Safety Connection is the premier provider of classes and testing for Arizona food safety. We have course that accommodate food service professionals in Maricopa and Mohave counties. As an Arizona food manager, your busy schedule is our primary concern and offering frequent classes to help you get your Arizona food manager certification is our goal. The Arizona certified food manager license required for your business success is our primary concern and the Prometric exam you will take is a nationally recognized method for acquiring the Arizona food manager license.

Health authorities along with employers of Arizona food managers are more frequently asking those individuals in the food service industry, to seek Arizona food safety training for the purpose of obtaining an Arizona certified food manager license. Obtaining your Arizona food manager certification shouldn’t be a tedious experience. Our methods of teaching the principals of Arizona food safety are designed to be both educational and interesting. Combining teaching techniques to include visual aids, live lecture and interactive discussion, make obtaining an Arizona food manager license a pleasant event.

Food Safety Connection has provided the Arizona food manager certification training and exam, since 2000, assisting many foodservice workers to comply with health department regulations and become a Arizona Certified Food Manager. In addition, we provide Managers/Supervisors, a greater awareness of food safety by promoting safe food handling techniques.

We use Prometric’s Certified Professional Food Manager Exam. Prometric's credentials are widely recognized by employers and regulators and every state county's health department in the United States accepts the Arizona Certified Food Manager exam. Prometric’s Arizona food safety program is accredited by ANSI (American National Standards Institute) and utilizes the Conference for Food Protection (CFP) standards for the Arizona certified food manager license.

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