NEW LEXINGTON — Kim Barnhart, executive secretary for the Perry County Chamber of Commerce, has released a chamber bulletin with three programs set to take place in the county later this month.
First on the upcoming calendar is a January program aimed at any business that needs training for food protection managers. If you have a full service restaurant, a deli/ meat processor, or a Risk Level 3 or 4 food service operation, then your staff needs food protection manager training.
ACEnet is offering a two-day virtual ServSafe Food Protection Manager Training/Certification on Jan. 20-21. Registration is $100 for ACEnet members, $125 for non-members.
The program includes slideshow and video presentations. Test materials will be provided. The exam must be completed in person, individually or in small groups. Attendees will receive a SafeServ Food Protection Manager’s Certificate.
For more information, contact Adam Kody at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in becoming an electrician? If so, the Tri-County Career Center will be offering a 220-hour course starting Jan. 25. It will cover residential electrical wiring concepts, commercial wiring concepts, and solar electricity. It will also offer OSHA 10, First Aid CPR training. The class fee is $1,600 and will include WorkKeys testing.
To register, contact Tri-County Career Center-Adult Center, 15676 state Route 691, Nelsonville, OH 45764. You can call at 740-753-5464 or 800-637-6508, extension 3. On the web, go to www.tricountyhightech.com.
If you would like to improve your computer skills, SPICE is offering a beginning course called Microsoft Excel 101. The course will cover up to eight topics including creating a new workbook, saving your spreadsheet, entering data, and aligning fonts.
The class will take place Thursday, Jan. 28, at 5:30 p.m. The instructors are Sarah Corne and Kayla McGloin-Smith. To register go to http://spiceohio.com/excel-101. You can find information on their website at www.spiceohio.com and call at 740-394-2200.