Food Protection Manager Certification
The Learn2Serve Food Safety Manager Principles Course provides necessary training leading up to the Food Protection Manager Certification Exam. This course covers food safety issues...
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Why get Food Protection Manager Certification?
Food safety is a national concern because of the prevalence of foodborne illness outbreaks. Food safety issues profoundly impact public health and significantly affect the food and restaurant communities. In response, many states have now made food safety credentials’ such as a food protection manager certifications’ mandatory for employment in a restaurant or for operating a food-service establishment.Learn2Serve has made it easy and convenient to be credentialed as a certified food protection manager. The Learn2Serve Food Protection Manager Certification program is 100% online, from enrollment to course training. When you enroll, you will receive vigorous training on food safety issues, regulations and the procedures to follow on a daily basis.
How to get a Food Protection Manager Certificate?
Learn2Serve created the Food Protection Manager Certification course for food professionals seeking certification. The program was designed to train the prospective food protection manager in managing food handlers such as cooks and food servers in a restaurant to ensure that food safety procedures are implemented and food safety practices are followed.The course program provides a simple, straightforward path to certification. First, enroll in the program (it’s easy—everything is done online). Second, work through the course in the module-by-module sequence provided. Third, go to www.PSIExams.com to schedule your certification exam. The exam, called the Learn2Serve Food Protection Manager Exam, is conducted at a designated test center and will test your knowledge and abilities to protect the dining public from foodborne illnesses. The exam is approved by the American National Standards Institute and the Conference for Food Protection (ANSI-CFP).
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