Trust20’s Food Handler Training is interactive, concise, and uses real life applications as examples. The course is accessible on your phone so you can start, stop, and finish at your own pace.
Select "Buy Trust20 Food Handler Products" and select the state where you would like to purchase and choose the Online Training. You will need to enter your trust20.co User ID and Password or create one. Then complete the purchasing screen information. Once you purchase the course, you may begin the training. Once you complete the nine modules and pass the assessment, you will receive a food handler certificate.
The Trust20 Food Handler Training is an online course that does not require any in-person attendance.
Upon purchase, you will be redirected to our Learning Management System and provided with the option to begin your course.
You will also receive an email with the link to access the Learning Management System and your course directly. That link will remain active so you can access your course and certificate as needed.
All learners with a current certificate are able to download or print an eCertificate. Log on to trust20.co, select the Certificates tab, and can choose "Download Certificate" to print. You can also request a certificate be mailed to you for a $10 fee.
You may refer to the certificate as a “Trust20 Food Handler Certificate” or “Trust20 Illinois Food Handler Certificate”. You may say you are a “Trust20 Food Handler Certificate Recipient.”
You and/or your managers may not say or imply that you are “certified,” “certificated,” “licensed,” “registered,” or “accredited” by the National Restaurant Association. Certificates may not be tampered with, and text or logos may not be added to them, without express written permission from the Association.
A Trust20 Food Handler Certificate is recognized by the National Restaurant Association for a three-year period. Confirm with your state regulatory requirements or employer requirements as they can vary. You can contact your local health department to answer specific questions.
Trust20’s Food Handler certificate is recognized in most states where Food Handler training is required. Confirm with local regulations by contacting your local health department to verify acceptance as some states have additional requirements.
Confirm your local regulatory requirements with the local health department to get complete, detailed information. They will be able to provide complete details and any associated costs.
When you begin a registration for a Trust20 Food Handler Course, a summary of your state’s local requirements will appear. Confirm the specific details of your regulatory requirements by contacting your local health department.
No, the Trust20 Food Handler Training and Assessment are available to any person who wants to learn about the fundamentals of safe food handling methods.
The Trust20 Food Handler Training and Assessment is currently available in English and Spanish.
Log into your account on trust20.co, select “Trust20 Food Handler,” and view the progress information displayed next to your active course. A percent of how much of the course has been completed will appear.
You will need an 80% to pass the assessment and receive your Trust20 Food Handler Certificate.
The assessment allows three attempts. If you do not pass after the third attempt, you will need to purchase a new course. The course and assessment will both close once you pass.
Online assessment results are available immediately once you have completed it. Learners have three attempts to pass the assessment. Upon receiving a passing score, you can then print your certificate.
You can contact our support team at email@example.com with any questions regarding your assessment results.
Yes, a Food Handler Training is available for one year from the date of purchase. Once you begin the course, it must be completed within 60 days. There are no extensions. A course cannot be accessed once it expires, and online courses are not refundable.
A course learner will receive two emails prior to course expiration. The first notice will be sent 14 days before the course expires. The final notice will be issued three days before the course expiration. Someone who has assigned the course will receive a notice 30 days before the course expires. The report will outline unassigned and assigned courses that are going to expire.
The training course exists to provide and assess an understanding of the fundamentals of safe food handling methods. The course objectives include nine modules: Importance of Food Safety, How Food Becomes Unsafe, Employee Health & Personal Hygiene, Receiving & Storing Food, Cross-Contamination, Preparing & Handling Food, Time & Temperature Control, Cleaning & Sanitizing, and Pest Control.
In order to ensure that all learners receive the same instruction prior to completing the assessment the following requisites were developed:
If you lose or misplace their certificate, you may log into their account to print a copy of the e-certificate.