Le Cordon Bleu PARIS
New York University (NYU)
Mount Sinai Medical Center, NYU Dietetic Internship
Culinary Institute of America (CIA)
Universite d' Orléans
University of Georgia (UGA)
ServSafe ® Certified Instructor
Created by the industry, for the industry, the ServSafe food safety training program is one of the industry's strongest educational tools administered by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF). ServSafe is recognized by more federal, state and local health jurisdictions than any other food safety training program in the United States. The restaurant industry has ServSafe trained and certified over 1.5 million foodservice professionals
NYC Food Protection Course
The mission of the NYC Health Academy is to provide training and certification courses for individuals from the public as mandated by the New York City Health Code. This course satisfies the Health Code requirement that supervisors of foodservice establishments and non-retail food processing establishments be certified as having completed a course in food protection.
HAACP Certified, December, 2005
The HACCP system provides a systematic approach for identifying and monitoring possible sources of microbiological, chemical and physical contamination throughout the entire food production process. What's more, a 2000 study published in the Agricultural Economic Report found that the HACCP program can actually have a positive effect on both household income and the larger economy, by reducing the costs associated with foodborne illness. But financial rewards are just one of the many advantages of implementing or an effective HACCP program in your food processing operation.