Food Manager Training
The My Food Service License Colorado Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) course provides food safety training, exams, and educational materials to foodservice managers.
The program blends the latest FDA Food Code, food safety research, and years of food sanitation training experience. Managers learn to implement essential food safety practices and create a culture of food safety. All content and materials are based on actual job tasks identified by foodservice industry experts.
The My Food Service License Colorado Certified Food Protection Manager course is self-paced and allows students the ability to start and stop throughout the course. Hours of video, text, and interactive quizzes and puzzles allow students to learn through various learning styles.
Content covered in our course includes:
- The Importance of Food Safety Education
- An Overview of Foodborne Illness
- Chemical, Physical and Biological Contaminants
- Foodborne Illnesses and Intoxications
- The Flow of Food
- Cleaning and Sanitation
- Pest Control
- The A.L.E.R.T System
- Practice Exams and quizzes and much more...
Food Handler Training
My Food Service License provides online food handler training. Food handler training is optional in most areas of Alabama and this course provides excellent food worker training to teach the important principles of food safety to food handlers.
Your local regulatory agency may have additional requirements. Please contact your local regulatory agency for more information.
Portions of the full certification training that only apply to food handlers who do not need to take an exam.
This training is a general food handler course. If your local health department requires a food handler card, you will need to take that course.
This course takes approximately one hour to complete and, upon successful completion, provides a printable food handler certificate. This certificate is good for up to five years.
State Requirements: Recommended but not required.
Food Protection Manager: Although certification is not mandatory, food workers must demonstrate knowledge, and passing an accredited Food Safety Manager certification exam is one way to meet the requirement.
Food Handlers: Not required but approved and recommended by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) for food workers in Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Grand, Jackson, Mineral, Moffat, Rio Grande, and Saguache Counties.
Exceptions: Food Protection Manager is required in Denver County and the city of Denver.
Manager Training Hours: Recommended but not required.
Food Handler Course: Recommended but not required.
Food Manager Certification and Food Handler Certificate Renewal: Food Manager every 3 years; Food Handler every 5 years.
Please check with your local jurisdiction or regulatory body for the most current information.