Food Manager Training
The My Food Service License Missouri 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 Missouri 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.
Six local public health agencies serving the Missouri portion of the Kansas City Metropolitan area are working together to increase the effectiveness of food handler education.
The permit from this course is valid in the following areas: Blue Springs, Buckner, Grain Valley, Grandview, Greenwood, Lake Lotawana, Lee's Summit, Lone Jack, Oak Grove, Raytown, Sugar Creek, and Unincorporated Jackson County.
If you wish to use this food handler training in Cass County, Clay County, Independence, Kansas City, or Platte County,
you will need to take a proctored exam. To take the proctored exam, you will need a current valid picture identification along with the certificate from this course. Please call 816-847-7070 to schedule a proctored exam.
If you purchase the incorrect course, you will have to pay an additional $10 transfer fee at the Kansas City Health Department.
Course is available in English and Spanish.
State Requirements: County requirements.
Food Protection Manager: Although certification is not required, managers must demonstrate knowledge, and passing an accredited Food Safety Manager certification exam is one way to meet the requirement.
Food Handlers: Recommended but not required.
Exceptions: St. Peters, Jefferson, St. Louis, Franklin, Columbia, & St Peters counties require Food Manager certifications. Please note: Franklin County food service workers must obtain a permit/card from the health department.
Manager Training Hours: No regulations on training or specific training, but recommended.
Food Handler Course: Recommended but not required.
Food Manager Certification and Food Handler Certificate Renewal: Food Manager every 5 years; Food Handler every 5 years.
Please check with your local jurisdiction or regulatory body for the most current information.