Courses & Delivery Options

The AllerTrain Suite of Courses are designed to cater to various food service professionals and settings, including restaurant managers, hourly employees, chefs, university dining halls, university resident advisors and primary and secondary school staff.

Our courses teach food service professionals how to better serve diners with special dietary needs, including food allergies, food intolerances and celiac disease. Various course delivery options are available including e-learning, live taught by a certified Master Trainer, or via live webinar.

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AllerTrain for Manufacturers

AllerTrain for Manufacturers is a food allergy education and training class designed specifically for food manufacturing facilities. This course will teach food manufacturers about the top foods causing food allergies, what should be included in an allergen control plan, how to avoid cross-contact in a manufacturing facility, and how to handle allergen complaints.


  • 60-90 minute course
  • Live trainer and live webinar classes available
  • 30 question final exam
  • Certificate valid for 5 years

What does ANSI (American National Standards Institute) Accreditation Mean?

The American National Standards Institute is a non-profit organization that creates voluntary guidelines for products, services, processes, systems and personnel in nearly every sector in the United States. ANSI accreditation assures consistency and integrity, providing AllerTrain certificate holders confidence in knowing that they have received food allergy training which meets rigorous industry best practices and standards.

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