Tennessee food safety training and food protection manager certification programs are intended for all experienced or mid-level food safety professionals in the foodservice industry, i.e. for food managers who are looking to become certified ServSafe® managers or renew their manager certification.
Our food safety training courses are also organized for all those who want to refresh their knowledge, get some invaluable insights into the best food safety practices, and acquire first-hand practical knowledge from the best experts in the industry.
Our food protection manager certification examination is nationally recognized and American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-Conference for Food Protection (CFP) accredited and we offer two different types of certification exams, ServSafe® manager exam and NRFSP exam.
Although each food manager certification exam can be taken independently of the food manager training courses, we always strongly recommend to our candidates to go through one of the courses first.
Not only do they effectively improve the results of the ServSafe® manager certification examination, but they provide you with real-life practical knowledge that you can apply to your own food safety management.
Classes and Exams
Tennessee food safety manager certification classes are taught by the leaders of the foodservice industry who will bring their extensive experience and knowledge directly to you.
You will learn about some of the basic principles of food management and deepen your knowledge about the best food service practices, as well as about the vital FDA food codes and regulations. These are all extremely important in order to protect the public and local health and be a successful food safety manager.
Therefore, even if you are an experienced food manager or are here to renew your license, we highly recommend taking one of the food protection manager certification classes in order to be up-to-date on the latest regulations and principles.
Some of the basics we cover in our courses include:
As we always put our food managers first and aim to meet everyone’s individual needs, our Tennessee food safety manager training courses are available in several different forms so that everyone can find what suits them best:
Different states have different certification requirements, but when it comes to Tennessee food protection manager certification, you are only required to pass the manager exam in order to become a certified food protection manager.
At ATC Food Safety, we offer the following exams, both accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-Conference for Food Protection (CFP) and nationally recognized:
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How Do I Get My Tennessee Food Protection Manager Certification?
In order to obtain your food protection manager certification, you are required to pass the ServSafe® test with a minimum score of 75%.
The results are available immediately and the certification is valid for five years.
The food manager exams are held after each live class, but can also be taken independently of the classes, at an open proctoring session.
We are available for all further questions, doubts, and information, so don’t hesitate to give us a call at 877-227-521 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tennessee – The Volunteer State
Tennessee is a landlocked state in the southeast of the United States with around 6.7 million inhabitants according to the 2018 estimates. The largest, as well as the capital city of the state of Tennessee is Nashville, known around the world for its great music scene. The capital Nashville has 667,560 residents.
When it comes to the state’s nickname, there are two possible origins of the name “the volunteer state.” Some say it stems from the War of 1812 where the volunteer soldiers from Tennessee played an important role. Others, on the other hand, claim that the nickname is more likely to have come from the Mexican-American War, where there were more than 30,000 volunteer soldiers from Tennessee alone.
When it comes to the economy of Tennessee, the state relies mostly on agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing. There are some amazing places and attractions here that attract a great number of tourists each year.
Some of the most beautiful, as well as the most visited places include the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Parthenon in Nashville, Elvis Presley’s Graceland residence and tomb in Memphis, Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, and many others.
Available Food Manager Classes in Tennessee