All learning is mapped against the 2017 FDA Food Code.
Video Learning is broken up into 23 chapters that last no longer than 20 minutes each. With it being 100% online, you can complete the training around your lifestyle.
Alaska state regulations require each food establishments to have at least one Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) on staff, however certain municipalities may have differing regulations.
Always Food Safe’s ANSI accredited exam will be accepted throughout Alaska* and will be valid for a total of 5 years.
With over 500 Health Inspections taking place in 2018 in Alaska, it’s important that your staff have the correct qualifications to satisfy the visiting Health Inspector.
*Check with your local health department for any additional steps or fees.
What does a proctored exam mean?
For the Food Protection Manager exam, it is mandatory that the exam is supervised by a proctor. A proctor is an approved, neutral person who ensures the integrity of the environment, security of the exam, and to confirm the identity of the person taking the exam.
Why do exams have to be proctored?
Quite simply, it is to stop any possibility of cheating on the exam. This qualification is not just important for the examinee to get a job, it is also vital for the general public so people in charge of foodservice establishments fully understand every aspect of Food Safety.
Who currently proctors Always Food Safe’s exams?
Presently all Always Food Safe exams are proctored by Prometric, they have hundreds of locations across the USA. For your nearest test center, click here.
How to become a proctor for your business
Having the ability to in-house proctor has many huge advantages for a business:
If you have an interest in becoming an in-house proctor for your business get in touch today.
With Always Food Safe's Training we don't just teach you the theory, we show you how to put this into practice in your day to day life.
Our experts take apart the theory and break it down into real life situations and give you ideas in regards to implementing it into your role.
Our Food Protection Manager training is packed full of interviews with industry experts from some of the biggest foodservice establishments in America.
Getting their experience, insight and knowledge is invaluable as an educational resource; they see Food Safety in a way that most people don't even think about.
We wouldn't wish 8 hours of PowerPoint slides on our worst enemy, nevermind people we are trying to help. That's why we use video learning and try and keep the content as fun and engaging as we can.