A simple and convenient way to purchase, manage, and track training for all of your employees.
To start a group purchase, select a Course Type.
Save money by buying in bulk!* Buy 10-24 of the same course type and get 10% off. Buy 25 or more of the same course type and get 15% off. *Discounts are not available for some products.
StateFoodSafety Makes Group Training Easy.
Using our system, group training is done in four steps:
Step 1: Make a Group Purchase
Make your selection then click Checkout.
Complete the checkout process to receive your administrative account, or if you already have an administrative account, complete the checkout process and log in when prompted.
Your course vouchers* will be added to your administrative account. Assign them to employees immediately by clicking View My Vouchers or log in to your StateFoodSafety account later to assign vouchers.
*A voucher is a code that gives an employee access to a food safety course that was pre-purchased by an employer. Each voucher code is valid for one specific course.
Step 2: Assign the Vouchers to Employees
Log in to your administrative account and select the My Group Purchases tab.
In the Purchased Vouchers section, click Invite Learner next to the appropriate course voucher.
Type in your employee’s email address and click the send icon to email them the voucher code, or click Deliver code in person and follow the instructions to deliver the voucher code in person.
Step 3: Employees Redeem Their Vouchers and Complete the Course
Both of these options will add the pre-purchased course to their cart. As they continue through the checkout process, they will need to create their own free account.
Why does each employee need their own account?
Food handler cards/certificates are generated using the name of the account holder. If an employee completes a course on another person’s account, their certificate will have the wrong name. To protect the integrity of our courses, we cannot make full name changes on a certificate and the employee would have to retake the entire course on their own account.
What languages are available for training?
Food handler training is available in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Serbo-Croatian, and ASL (American Sign Language).
Food safety manager training, the Food Protection Manager Certification Exam and Food Allergens Awareness Training are available in English and Spanish.
Alcohol server/seller training is available in English.
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