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SCC offers online class leading to Food Protection Manager Permit

Southeast Community College’s Continuing Education Division offers an online course that leads to a Food Protection Manager Permit. 

The class is accepted by the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department for the sanitation training needed to obtain a Food Protection Manager permit.

Students receive their assignments online through SCC’s online learning platform called Moodle Upon completion of each reading assignment, students will complete an online quiz. A minimum of 75 percent is required on each quiz to qualify the student to take the final ServSafe® exam. The ServSafe® exam is taken online in the SCC Testing Center.

The course is delivered entirely online and facilitated by SCC faculty. Students will need:

• Computer with high-speed Internet connection.

• Working knowledge of computer and Internet experience.

• The course textbook, ServSafe® Manager, is available to order online at or in person at the SCC Bookstore, 8800 O St., Lincoln.

Students are reminded that they cannot access the course using an iPad or droid tablet, and there is a six-hour waiting period between online registration for the class and class access. Cost is $60 per person.

To register, go to and use the keyword “Protection.” 

For registration and log-in instructions for the online class, go to Registration opened in early April. Students may register at any time for this class. The last day of testing at the SCC Testing Center will be June 16. Students will not be able to access the Moodle (online) class between June 17 and July 7. Moodle access will open again on July 8 and run through June 12, 2015.

Persons needing more information are asked to contact Lois Muhlbach at 800-642-4075 ext. 2467, 402-437-2467, or


For more information contact:
Stu Osterthun
Administrative Director of Public Information and Marketing