All AFSI students are urged to call
800-723-3873 from 9:00am to 7:00pm
(Eastern Standard Time), fax a completed registration form to: 215-634-6184 or mail a completed registration form to: American Food Safety, 2734 North 5th St, Philadelphia, PA 19133 at least 10 days prior to class. AFSI accepts Visa and MasterCard, checks and money orders. Please do not mail cash.
Class dates, times and locations subject to change without notice. If you have registered in advance, AFSI will make a reasonable effort to notify you that the class has been canceled, by phone and/or mail. Another reason to register in advance is that you can take advantage of early registration discounts.
Students who have registered, but do not attend must notify AFSI within 10 days of the first day of their class, or their tuition maybe forfeited. Regardless of a students attendance, AFSI has paid for a meeting room, instructor, instructor travel, student mailings, instructor mailings, etc. Therefore, students who must reschedule less than 10 days prior to a course for which they are registered are subject to a rescheduling fee of $ 25.
AFSI assumes no liabilities whatsoever for any errors or omissions or the actions of any person or entity that purchases the services of AFSI. In any event, AFSI will not be responsible for any charge whatsoever beyond a tuition price paid by a student.
Students may cancel their registration
without penalty 14 days prior to a course,
AFSI Foreign Language
AFSI policies are consistent with national exam providers and state and local regulations.
When using the ServSafe course and/or exam, translators or readers are prohibited by the Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association. Readers are allowed only for those who have a disability in accordance with ADA, and must be approved in advance. The EF and the NRA does not consider foreign language a disability.
AFSI always provides a Conference for Food Protection
approved exam. At this time, there are three CFP approved exams -
all of which are equal under law. National Registry may allow the use
of a reader/translator, subject to prior approval by the local health
jurisdiction and subject to security measures including:
We regret that we will be unable to make
any exceptions to the above policies.
We regret that we will be unable to make any exceptions to the above policies.