Course FAQs

How long do I have to complete my course after I pay?

You have thirty (30) days from the date you registered and paid to compete your course.  After that you will need to repay and restart the course.

Do I have to complete my course at one time?

Nope.  You can start and stop as many times as you want over the 30 days you have to complete the course.

When does my certificate expire and why?

You’re certificate will expire in 365 day (1 year).

Food allergies are serious business and it is important to ensure your understanding is up-to-date and front of mind.  The best way to accomplish that is to make sure your knowledge is fresh.

Also, things move quick in foodservice.  If you are changing jobs your new employer will want to see the most current version of your Dine Aware™ Certificate.

My boss wants a copy of my certificate how do I download it?

  Click “Download PDF” or “Email Credential” to print or send to your employer.

How do I share my certificate on LinkedIn or Social Media?

Just click the “Add to LinkedIn” or any of the “Social Media” buttons.

Why would I want to share my certificate on social media?

Well, first if you are looking for a job or a new job in foodservice knowing how to “speak” food allergy is an important skill to have!  Since, Dine Aware is the only training that helps employees improve their food allergy communication it’s a great way to announce to potential employers that you are fluent in food allergy.

Dine Aware helps to eliminate misconceptions about food allergy guests and improve tolerance and understanding.  When you learn to speak Dine Aware you help make a positive difference at your workplace and in your community.

Now, isn’t that something you want to tell the world?

How do I collaborate with Dine Aware as a hospitality company or professional?

We have a few ways, learn more here.

How do I become an affiliate?

That’s super easy!  Just get in touch here and tell us you want to be an affiliate.

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