Business and Professional Development
Food Service Sanitation – FOD 105
Develop the knowledge and responsibility for food sanitation
operations. Qualify for your certification from the State of Illinois
Department of Public Health upon satisfactory completion of a
certificate examination. There are two sessions in which you can
choose to enroll.
FOD 105/Sec W/1 Credit
Wednesdays, January 22 – February 26; 5:30-8:30PM
FOD 105/Sec W5/1 Credit
Wednesdays, March 19 – April 23; 5:30-8:30PM
Food Service Sanitation
This course will meet the needs of certified food service
sanitation managers seeking renewal of their FSSMC certificates.
Emphasis will be on current Illinois time/temperature
requirements for cooking, cooling and refrigeration, hand
contact with ready-to-eat foods, consumer advisories, cross-
contamination, cleaning and sanitizing, HACCP, and problems
associated with food borne outbreaks. There are two sessions in
which you can choose to enroll.
Saturday, February 1; 8:00AM-2:30PM
Saturday, April 26; 8:00AM-2:30PM
Hour General Industry
Participants will learn the major provisions of the Occupational
Safety and Health Act. Primary topics include: the inspection and
citation process, working and walking surfaces, emergency plans
and exit routes, material safety data sheets and labeling, electrical
safety, machine guarding, and recordkeeping. This course can
be customized to meet the participant’s needs. Participants
will receive an OSHA 10-Hour General Industry card upon
completion of this class.
Thursday, January 16; 8:00AM-3:00PM &
Friday, January 17; 8:00AM-12:30PM
Forklift Operation Train-the-Trainer
This classroom train-the-trainer session will include information
and materials to develop an in-house training program.
Topics will cover the classroom, performance, and evaluation
requirements of the Powered Industrial Truck Standards. OSHA
defines a powered industrial truck as a “mobile, power propelled
truck used to carry, push, lift, stack, or tier materials”.
Hands-on driving is not included in this class.
Wednesday, February 12; 8:00-11:00AM
Dept. of Transportation - Required
Hazardous Material Training
The Department of Transportation requires training for
employees receiving or shipping hazardous materials.
training includes 49 CFR hazardous materials table, packaging
of materials, shipping papers and other documentation, and
recognizing potential hazardous conditions when receiving
packages. Participants are encouraged to bring a list of products
they ship or receive and samples of shipping papers. DOT
Homeland Security Training is included in this course.
Wednesday, February 12; 12:30-4:00PM