FOR IMMEDIATE NOTICE: In-person classes are currently NOT regularly scheduled. If you would like an in-person class because you do not have access to a computer, internet or need other accommodation, please call 920-869-4554 or email email@example.com to schedule. Otherwise, please proceed to the online option below. Thank You!
The Oneida Food Service Code requires all individuals who wish to sell food at any Nation event or on Nation property to complete a food safety course and obtain a license. This includes temporary booths at events and Independent Vendors. Our aim is to educate our food providers and have only the safest food products served in our community. (Note: A food handler safety training certificate is NOT a license to sell food. For licensing, visit Oneida Nation | Food Safety, Vendor Licensing and Cottage Food Operators (oneida-nsn.gov) .
ONLINE FOOD HANDLER’S COURSE
(It is recommended to set aside 3-4 hours to complete the required videos and exam). Please click on the following links to watch the necessary videos:
Part 1: Intro to Food Safety
Part 2: Personal Hygiene
Part 3: Purchasing, Receiving, and Storing
Part 4: Preparation, Cooking, and Serving
Part 5: Cleaning and Sanitizing
After watching the videos, please complete the following exam:
**RENEWING AN EXISTING CREDENTIAL**
Please review and study the following presentation:
After reviewing the presentation, please complete the following exam:
For additional information, please contact Brittany Nicholas, Sanitarian (920)869-4554 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hunter Safety class instills in students the knowledge and skill to be a responsible and safe hunter. Students learn how hunting accidents are caused and how they can be prevented. Hunter responsibility and safety are stressed throughout the class. We strive to ensure this safety course helps you become a more knowledgeable and ethical hunter. Educated hunters play an important role in Oneida. All hunters who were born on or after January 1, 1973, must complete hunter education certification in order to be eligible for an Oneida Sportsman License.
Please go to https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/Education/OutdoorSkills/safetyEducation for other local hunter safety courses available.
Medicinal plants gathering classes are offered by staff in season for tribal members personal use of wild bergamot (#6) and sweet grass. Dates will be posted as determined annually. View this guide Number 6 gathering 2016 for more information on wild bergamot.