AllerTrain K12 is our leading, food allergy and gluten-free training course designed for managers in the primary and secondary school settings. 1 in 13 children of school age have a food allergy and it is vital that schools understand how to keep children with special dietary requests safe. Because it is designed with the child in mind, AllerTrain K12 helps schools better serve children with food allergies, celiac disease and food intolerances, by teaching staff how to recognize symptoms of an allergic reaction, and how to have a cafeteria set-up that will help prevent these reactions from occurring. Kitchen policy recommendations, current food allergy legislation and the emotional impact of food allergies on kids are also included.
- Delivery options include: live webinar and live trainer-taught classes
- 90 minutes in length (including exam)
- Supplemental course workbook available for $9.99
- 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, therefore it provides AllerTrain certificate holders confidence in knowing that they have received food allergy training which meets rigorous industry best practices and standards.
For more information about ANSI visit www.ansi.org/
“AllerTrain K12 has been a valuable resource for our members. The training is comprehensive yet concise. It provides participants, both experienced and non-experienced, with the tools and resources to serve our students safely and with confidence.”
-Stacy L., MS, RD, SNS, Director, Food Service Sourcing, Premier Foodservice