Thursday, October 14, 2010

McHenry County Jail|will provide 2-4 inmates food preparation training

Boone County Jail also uses ARAMARK however less than  100 inmates are held versus McHenry’s approximate 500.

Sheriff Keith Nygren has announced that beginning November 1, 2010 the McHenry County Correctional Facility will offer a new, unique vocational training program called IN2WORK (I2W).

I2W has been developed and is being taught by the Correctional Facility’s foodservice provider ARAMARK. The training provides hands-on and classroom training in proper food preparation skills.

I2W is a 12 week program that ARAMARK Correctional Services created to help its clients provide non-violent offenders with valuable training and work experience in a commercial kitchen.

McHenry County Jail.  1,500 meals served daily at the Corrections Facility

There are three phases to this program which cover

  • Kitchen Basics,
  • Retail Basics, and
  • ServSafe.

After successful completion of coursework and all exams, participants in this program will receive ARAMARK and ServSafe certifications.

Click on the following for more details:  McHenry County Blog |