Get your Food Protection Manager Certification with this 8 hour proctored food licensing course. We will guide you through the process and proctor the test. The Ilinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) approve the program for the Food Service Sanitation Manager Certificate (FSSMC) license. In addition to Illinois, this program satisfies public health requirements in Wisconsin and Indiana – with the ANSI-CFP certified ServSafe examination that follows.
We send you a study guide once you register for your course. The guide contains the facts and figures you’ll need to know for the test, and multiple choice questions to practice. If for any reason, you miss the class and have to reschedule – the registration is valid for a full year. The registration can also be transferred to another employee if needed. In the class, we discuss the hazards and regulations of food safety. Ask questions and practice more multiple choice questions. You will get a thorough review of food safety before taking the examination.
The course meets at our classroom in the western suburbs of Chicago at 490 West Lake Street, Suite 102 in Roselle, Illinois. Plenty of free parking is available in the building’s lot. We begin at 9:00 a.m., with testing at 4:30 p.m..
The food code in Illinois mandates the completion of an approved eight-hour course in addition to the proctored licensing exam. The City of Chicago Department of Public Health requires this course and exam for a Chicago license as well. The course can be taken in-person or on-line. However, travel to a testing site is always needed for proctored supervision of the exam. Many managers find it easier to attend a class in person to get ready for the licensing test. Taking the course and test in person costs less than many on-line and community colleges as well.
You will complete the program with the ServSafe (National Education Foundation) proctored test. ANSI-CFP (American National Standards Institute – Council on Food Protection) – certifies the test as required by most state health departments(including Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana). The City of Chicago Department of Public Health also accepts this for their Food Service Sanitation Manager Certificate (FSSMC) licensing process. The test may be taken with paper and pencil, or with a laptop computer.