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Nutrition and Foodservice students receive national certification
By Annette E. Broyles, Nutrition and Foodservice Instructor
16 January 2008

      Five students in the Nutrition and Foodservice Program at United Tribes Technical College have received National ServSafe Certification.

Whitney Hoise, Cassandra Eagle and Sarabeth Eagle
CERTIFIED STUDENTS: From left Whitney Hoise, Cassandra Eagle and Sarabeth Eagle; not pictured April Summers and Ron His Horse Is Thunder Jr. UTN photo Annette E. Broyles.

      Students Cassandra Eagle, Sarabeth Eagle, Ron His Horse Is Thunder Jr., Whitney Hosie, and April Summers successfully passed the exam December 6 following training at the college in Bismarck.

      ServSafe is a foodservice industry training and safety program of the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. The training is recognized by more federal, state, and local jurisdictions than any other food safety certification. United Tribes provides the training to groups and individuals in the foodservice industry around the region.

      UTTC students are eligible to take the exam after completing "Managing Food Protection," a course offered in the Nutrition and Foodservice Department. To be certified, students must pass the exam with a score of 75 percent or better, which all five did. The certification is good for five years.

      For more information about the ServSafe training contact Pat Aune, 701-255-3285 x 1399, or paune@uttc.edu.

 

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