Throughout the year, the staff of Knox County Health Department offers educational sessions and training for area residents, service providers and professional staff. Recent presentations include a session on radon for the Knox County Realtor Association and a session on the algal blooms for area beach and waterway operators, presented in collaboration with Ohio EPA and the Ohio Department of Health.
2017 Trainings include:
Food Safety Classes
The Knox County Health Department provides a mandatory one-day food safety class for food service workers with little or no food service experience. The classes are held three times a year and also offered on an as needed basis in the health department conference room. Classes are free. Pre-registration is required. Click here for more information and registration form.
A three-day "Certification in Food Protection" (ServSafe) course is also available to food service managers. The Serv-Safe program is offered three times a year. Class fee is $193 per person which includes the textbook and handouts. Click here for more information and registration form.