Sussex Tech Adult Education
- Post: 21 April 2015
- In: News
Four adult education students from the Sussex Tech Adult Division were recognized at a statewide conference on Saturday, March 28 in Dover. Recognized as Outstanding Adult Education Students were Clara DeLeon Ortiz, Cynthia Mitchell, Mardoqueo Berdo and Tabatha Pablo. The conference was sponsored by the Organization of Adult Alumni Students in Service (OAASIS) and the Delaware Association for Adult and Community Education (DAACE). The students were nominated by their teachers and commended for their dedication to their educational programs.
- Post: 12 February 2015
- In: News
Sussex Tech Adult Education recently announced that it will be offering ServSafe Food Safety Training and Certification courses for local restaurants, their employees and prospective employees. 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.
The ServSafe Food Handler course will consist of 12 hours of classroom training. The course will be offered on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings March 17, 18, 24 and 25. Classes will run from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The cost of the course will be $150.00 and the tuition covers all materials.
"Food safety is one of the most critical issues facing the restaurant industry today. Sussex Tech Adult Education recognizes the importance of this issue and is pleased to offer these training courses to help support these local businesses." stated Dr. Michael Owens, director of extended learning with Sussex Tech School District.
Including the latest science-based information, real-world scenarios and updated case studies, ServSafe represents the highest standard in food safety training and certification, and is the most widely accepted food safety program among local, state and federal health departments. Having already certified more than 3 million foodservice managers, ServSafe content is based on information provided by industry experts who have determined the knowledge, skills and abilities food handlers need to know in order to perform their jobs effectively.
Interested students should contact Sussex Tech Adult Education at (302) 856-9035 to register. Seats are limited.