Subway To Offer Online ServSafe Courses

December 31, 2007 by Mark | 0 Comments

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Sandwich quick-serve Subway now offers online ServSafe Food Safety Training and Certification courses for its franchisees and their staff.

ServSafe, developed by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF), is the premier source for food safety training, recognized by more jurisdictions than any other food-safety program in the country.

By partnering with the NRAEF, the Subway organization is enabling its franchisees and their management staff to access the ServSafe food safety certification courses via the brand’s Web-based training center, the University of Subway.

The university has logged more than 165,000 course completions since its inception and offers more than 100 Subway specific courses, available in several languages.


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