Class Schedule

Quality In Process holds a monthly ServSafe® class at a local Bucks County location.  We also travel to your location with 4 or more people who require certification to make it easier for your organization, which is our goal.

Bucks County, PA location:
Bucks County, PA location:

The Ramada Inn,
6201 Bristol Pike
Levittown, PA  19056

ServSafe(R) Classes are held at the Ramada Inn. For your convenience we have scheduled a full one day course and a two day course. The time for the one day course is from 8:00 am until 4:30 pm, at which time the ServSafe(R) exam is given after the one day class. The two day class schedule is from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm the first day and 9 am to start of testing around 12:30-1pm on the second day. We require prior registration with payment to secure your seat in a class. Lunch and beverages are also provided. Study materials are provided prior to the class.

Cost for Food Safety Class:

The cost for the two day course is $165 which includes your booklet, study materials, exam, coffee, tea and lunch the first day of the class only. Credit cards are accepted as well as check or money order.

The cost for the one day course is $145 which includes booklet, study materials, the exam, coffee, tea and lunch. Credit cards are accepted as well as check or money order.

2017 Calendar two day and one day class schedule and registration – at the Ramada Inn

We use the current ServSafe® Manager 6th  curriculum in all classes,  which gives you proper training from learning about micro organisms to pest control, providing every step in the flow of food.

Food Safety Classes – 2017 Schedule:

PLEASE NOTE: Montgomery County Full Certification One Day ServSafe(R) Classes are available at your request or need.   Classes start at 8am and testing begins after completion of class. Prior registration is required. Lunch is provided along with refreshments. Cost is $145.
Comfort Inn
678 Bethlehem Pike, Rte 309
Montgomeryville, PA 18936



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Guaranteeing that food consumed is the highest quality and has been handled in the safest way is a priority no matter where your operation is located.

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Food safety starts with the simplest of our food products. Tracking foods from seed to table covers a lot of territory and touches a lot of hands.

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Knowledge is our best defense against food borne illness. No one ever wants to get the call after serving a group of people on a busy day, and find out that many who ate are ill.