Take the Food Worker Class 
All "food workers" must obtain a valid Washington State Food Worker Card from the Benton-Franklin Health District, or any other local health jurisdiction in Washington.  The Benton-Franklin Health District offers the food worker class both in-person and online. Contact us by phone to book an appointment for our live-taught class, or follow the link below to access the training online.  

Which Class is Best Suited for Me?

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Do you learn best from face-to-face interaction, listening to stories, or asking questions?  Our in-person class, taught by a local health inspector, takes about 1.5 hours and is best suited for kitchen staff involved in food preparation, new and hands-on learners, or for those who would like assistance with the course material.

Contact us to book an appointment


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 Want to take the class from the comfort of your own home? For those who prefer an  overview of food safety basics, the online class may be the fit for you. The online class offers training in eight languages, and is best suited for staff at limited menu establishments, or experienced food workers who are looking to refresh their training. 

Click the link provided, or use the web address www.foodworkercard.wa.gov to obtain your food worker card online.