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This interactive online course provides allergen awareness for your entire staff. In this course, you will learn current information on what causes an allergic reaction, the eight major food allergens, how to communicate with customers who have food allergies, and how to assure customers’ allergen needs are communicated within the operation from the initial order to the serving process. The Allergen Awareness further covers cross-contact, how to avoid it, and what to do when an allergic reaction or attack occurs. Allergen Awareness was designed to be highly flexible, allowing the student to train on their schedule. Upon successful of the completion of the course and 20 question exam the student will earn a certificate that is valid for three years. Certificates are watermarked and at the end of the course are available immediately to print. And with Certificate Verification at www.tapseries.com, regulators or employers can quickly validate your certificate to confirm the student holds a current certificate.
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