|Certificate issued on same day of training:
You receive your "Certified Food Handler" Certificate IMMEDIATELY after successfully passing our exam.
| Health Dept ID Card:
You receive a wallet size ID Card directly from the Health Dept.
You receive a confirmation letter directly from the Health Dept.
| Risk Free:
If you are not fully satisfied with the quality of our training, we will gladly refund your money. (You must notify CFST prior to taking the exam to qualify for this guarantee).
| No-Fail Policy (Classroom Training):
After pre-study and attending our class, most achieve a passing grade. However, if you do not pass the first time, you are entitled to attend another training class and re-write the Exam ... at no cost to you.
CFST is committed to supporting the learning of all students in an inclusive, safe environment. As part of this commitment, we have established a process for the identification, assessment and program planning for students with special needs. This process follows the guidelines set out by the ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIAN’S WITH DISABILITIES ACT, 2005. (Please contact us if you require special needs accomodation).
The Public Health Agency of Canada is collaborating with federal and provincial public health partners to investigate gastrointestinal illnesses in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario linked to raw/undercooked oysters. While the national investigation is ongoing, public health partners in these provinces have linked cases to the consumption of oysters from British Columbia.