Food Manager Training
The My Food Service License Virginia Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) course provides food safety training, exams, and educational materials to foodservice managers. Students will earn the nationally accredited Certified Food Protection Manager Certification upon passing the proctored exam with a score of 75% or higher.
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 Virginia 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
Norfolk VA Food Handler Training
My Food Service License provides online food handler training.
Individuals who work with unpackaged and/or packaged food, food equipment or utensils, or food contact surfaces are required to possess a food service (handlers) card. Foodservice cards are required before employment and are valid for two years.
A food service card issued by another city may be honored.
Virginia other areas
My Food Service License provides online food handler training. Food handler training is optional in most areas of Virginia 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.
A food handler is defined by law as a person who works in a food facility and performs any duties that involve the preparation, storage, or service of food in a food facility.
This training is a general food handler 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.
This course is not to prepare workers to take the Food Protection Manager certification exam. The course to study for the certification exam is the Food Protection Manager Certification Course.
The exam is given at the end of the course and a proctor is not required.
Course is available in English and Spanish,
State Requirements: Demonstrate knowledge - see exceptions.
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: Recommended but not required - see exceptions.
Exceptions: Food Protection Manager: Accomack County (including Towns of Parksley & Onacock), Alexandria City, Arlington County, Chesapeake City, Fairfax City, Fairfax County (including Towns of Clifton, Herndon, & Vienna), Falls Church City, Gloucester County, Hampton City, Newport News City, Norfolk City, Northampton County (including Town of Cheriton), Portsmouth City, & Virginia Beach City require Food Manager Certification.
Food Handler: City of Franklin, James City County, City of Newport News, City of Norfolk, City of Poquoson, the City of Portsmouth, County of Southampton, City of Suffolk, City of Williamsburg, & County of York require Food Handler cards.
Manager Training Hours: Specific training regulations.
Food Handler Course: Specific training regulations.
Food Manager Certification and Food Handler Certificate Renewal: Food Manager is every 3 or 5 years depending on the county. Food Handler renewal requirements vary by jurisdictions, please contact your local health department for specific information.
Please check with your local jurisdiction or regulatory body for the most current information.