Food safety certification is one of the most common levels of certification that restaurant/food service operations require to show their customers that they care about the safety of the food they produce. At chefcertification.com, we have been training chefs for over 20 years and provide detailed course content to reach your Food Safety/Protection Manager goals. Courses at chefcertification.com are based on the Food Code provided by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Our 30 Hour Culinary Sanitation and Food Safety course also meets the American Culinary Federation's (ACF) guidelines for certification which is often encouraged for management positions (available to U.S. students).
Below are a few of the food safety credentials that are available for students to pursue after completion of required coursework for each. There are additional fees associated with each, and payment is made directly with the credentialing agency. If you have any additional questions regarding the courses we offer, feel free to start a LiveChat on this page. Or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description from the StateFoodSafety.com Website
Passing the Food Protection Manager Certification Exam earns a Food Safety Manager Certification. This certification communicates to the food service and retail industry that a manager has the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to oversee the safe storage, preparation, and service of food in the workplace. Most environmental and regulatory bodies across the United States require at least one Certified Food Safety Manager per food service location. StateFoodSafety.com always strives to go above and beyond the standard for food safety training and certification.
More Information: To review the Food Protection Manager Certification information, visit the info page directly at: StateFoodSafety.com
Step One: Complete Food Safety Manager Certification training courses at Chefcertification.com:
Step Two: Register and pay for the Food Protection Manager Certification Exam (see statefoodsafety.com for pricing) at StateFoodSafety.com. Please be sure to click on your state and then the Exam only option during registration.
Special Instructions: Check with your local health department for any additional steps or fees.
Description from the NRFSP Website:
The National Registry of Food Safety Professionals offers food safety manager certification and food handler training for busy schedules. Certified Food Managers are an essential part of a food safety culture that keeps your customers safe from foodborne illnesses. When your customers are safe and happy, you can maximize your business potential and stand out from the competition.
More Information: To review the NRFSP Food Safety Manager Certification information, visit the info page directly at: NRFSP Food Safety Manager Certification.
Step One: Check the PearsonVUE/NRFSP website for your testing locations at https://home.pearsonvue.com/nrfsp. If you have any questions regarding the testing centers and process, please contact PearsonVUE/NRFSP directly.
Step Two: Complete the Food Safety Manager Certification Training courses at Chefcertification.com:
To find these courses, as well as the outlines/learning objectives for each, you may visit the course catalog here at chefcertification.com.
Step Three: Register and pay for the exam (see NRFSP for pricing) at PearsonVUE/NRFSP. If you have any questions regarding the test and process for registering for the test, please contact PearsonVUE/NRFSP directly.