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Certified Allergy Safety Training
AllerTrain™ is the leading food allergy and gluten-free training program for the food service industry. The AllerTrain™ Suite of Courses are endorsed by FARE and ANSI Accredited. AllerTrain™ provides food service professionals best practice recommendations for safely preparing and serving gluten-free and allergen friendly menu items.
• Continuing education credits for the American Culinary Foundation and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
• 3 year certification
• Training makes your restaurant eligible to be part of FARE’s food allergy aware restaurant data base
Providing training to restaurants, schools, colleges, and anywhere that food is served.
Food allergies and sensitivities are rising at alarming rates in children and adults.
People with food allergies love to eat out just like everyone else.
Most diners don’t eat alone and those with a food allergy or sensitivity usually dictate the restaurant of choice in most cases.
Be confident that you are giving your customer what they need, keeping the food allergen free and the customer safe from the back of the house to the table.
Show your customer you take their dining experience and well being seriously. Your certificate shows them you have taken the extra step and have the no how to serve to their needs. This pays off in their repeat business and sharing their good experience with others.
Contact me today for details or to set up training for your location.
Judy@WellnessRen.com Or fill out the form on the Contact Us page.
It sincerely is my pleasure to serve you so that you can serve others with confidence and safety!
Suite of Courses
AllerTrain is an ANSI accredited food allergen and gluten-free training course offered by MenuTrinfo. The course teaches foodservice professionals about the top foods causing food allergies, proper protocol for preparing food so to avoid cross-contact and to how better serve diners with special dietary needs. This will help restaurants avoid food allergy related incidents, and prepare them to handle such incidents, should they occur. Once the course is complete, each participant will be issued an AllerTrain Certificate of Award that is valid for three years.
Who should take AllerTrain?: Anyone who owns or manages a restaurant should sign up for this course.
AllerTrain Lite is an ANSI accredited food allergy and gluten-free training course offered by MenuTrinfo. This course is a condensed version of AllerTrain and is for hourly front and back of the house team members working in the foodservice industry. The course teaches how to safely interact with and serve diners with special dietary needs such as food allergies, intolerances and celiac disease. Upon completion of the training, learners will understand the most important practices related to allergen control in the front of the house, back of the house and in an emergency situation. Also, at the end of the course, each participant will be issued an AllerTrain Lite Certificate of Achievement that is valid for three years.
Who should take AllerTrain Lite?: Any front of the house or back of the house restaurant employee can take this course.
AllerTrain U is a food allergen and gluten-free training course designed for people who serve food in a college or university setting. Students who suffer from food allergies or celiac disease can have a hard time eating on campus, but if the university has taken an AllerTrain U course, they’ll be better prepared to cater to these students’ needs. This will help colleges and universities not only know how to recognize allergic reactions, but also to have a dining set-up that will help prevent these reactions from occurring. As with our other courses, upon completion, each participant will be issued an AllerTrain U Certificate of Award that is valid for three years.
Who should take AllerTrain U?: University dining services would benefit from taking this course.
AllerTrain K12 is another one of MenuTrinfo’s food allergen and gluten-free training programs that caters to K-12 schools. 1 in 13 children of school age have a food allergy. These children have needs that must be taken very seriously in a school cafeteria setting. This course will help schools better serve children with food allergies, celiac disease and/or intolerances to food.
Who should take AllerTrain K12?: K-12 school cafeteria staff members should take the course.
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Training for RAs in college dorms. A short and informative training to prepare an RA confidently if a food allergy incidence were to occur.