Certified Food Protection Manager Training
A certified food protection manager (CFPM) is responsible for monitoring and managing all food establishment operations to ensure that the facility is operating in compliance with food establishment regulations.
A CFPM is knowledgeable about food safety practices and uses this knowledge to provide consumers with safe food, protect public health and prevent foodborne illnesses. Alaska regulations require food establishments to have at least one CFPM on staff.
Cooperative Extension will offer the Certified Food Protection Manager training on Tuesday, October 3, 2017
in Fairbanks, Palmer, Sitka, Valdez, Delta Junction, Tok, Unalaska, and Juneau, Alaska via video-conference. (If you are in another location but would like to attend, please contact email@example.com
with location info so video-conference and proctoring can be arranged)
Testing for this certification is computer-based after the training. Or it will be within one week, depending on proctor’s schedule in your community.
Cost of $200 includes class, study book, one test and proctor. Sign up by September 19
so book can be sent before class. Studying it is recommended!
100% refund will be made to the payer if the training book has not yet been mailed to the participant two weeks before class. If cancelation is requested in writing for this program up to 15 days prior to the class, 90% will be refunded when the original sealed new CFPM book is returned to 1509 S. Georgeson Drive, Palmer, AK. If the book has been opened from its sealing and/or not returned only 50% will be refunded. No refunds will be given if cancelation is after 14 days prior to class.