The Restaurant Server Career Path is based on curriculum from SafeStaff and the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute. The path includes a nationally recognized certification as a Professional Restaurant Server and the SafeStaff Foodhandlers Permit, which is required to work at any Florida food establishment.
The path includes online and classroom instruction, guest speakers, and field trips. Training videos, exercises, and activities round out the training experience.
Follow the Career Path below to complete the entire program, or just pick and choose the courses you want. Contact our helpline staff listed at the bottom of the page to learn more. The next set of classes starts soon!
hospitality guest service INSTRUCTOR
Ludmila came to us with lots of experience in the Hospitality Industry. She is a Certified Hospitality Instructor (CHI). Ludmila certifies students in Food Service, Housekeeping, and Lodging Guest Service.
restaurant guest service INSTRUCTOR
Keana is a Certified Professional Foodservice Manager (CPFM) and certifies students enrolled in the food service track who need their SafeStaff FoodHandlers certificate.
RESTAURANT GUEST SERVICE INSTRUCTOR
Allan is a Certified Professional Foodservice Manager (CPFM) and certifies students enrolled in the food service track who need their SafeStaff FoodHandlers certificate.