“Dottie thank you so much for making these food safety classes fun! [😀] We appreciate your help!!"
"I attended your class and exam yesterday, 2/5/19, at the Chamber of Commerce in Plainville, MA. I just wanted to take a moment to say that I found the class informative and fun. I thoroughly enjoyed your method of teaching. You kept the class engaged with fun games and interesting commentary. I spent at least 8 hours reviewing the study materials before the class but your instruction really brought it all home".
-Thank you, Kerry
Online Certification training classes are offered in both English and Spanish
Se ofrecen cursos de capacitación en línea enseñados en inglés y español
"Dear Dottie, I want to thank you for graciously allowing me to sit in on your class at Plainville Chamber. I was very pleased with the class, your teaching style, and your personal knowledge of the Federal Food Code. You are a real pro who has all the answers when it comes to food protection. Your class was very entertaining and I also learned some new information myself! I guess we never stop learning in this business! I will surely pass the word about your credability as an instructor to all and refer my own cooks as well. ".
-Thanks again, Phylis
“Thank you for your wonderful teaching skills! I was so worried. I got a 95!! Woohoo, so relieved!"
“Dottie LeBeau was helpful, professional, and able to answer all of our questions. This was the best recertification class I have taken!"
Contact us to arrange for our training classes to be held on-site in your establishment, or for custom class schedules to be setup for your staff.
Dottie LeBeau is a retired inspector from the Rhode Island Department of Health. She is a certified Food Safety Instructor in Rhode Island as well as a certified Test Administrator and Trainer with the National Registry of Food Safety Professionals.
“Wow! I was afraid that I failed…Thank you Ernie! Tell dottie, she’s the best!!"
Readers and Translators are available for courses. Please call for more information.
All classes are approved by the Rhode Island Department of Health