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Birmingham, AL NRFSP® Food Safety Manager Certification Exam

September 3, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

National Registry of Food Safety Professionals Certification Testing
National Registry of Food Safety Professionals develops certification programs for food safety professionals. Industry professionals who should consider these programs include wait staff, chefs, cooks, bartenders, hosts and hostesses, food manufacturers and supervisory personnel, such as the general manager or managers.
YOU CHOICE OF EXAM
1. International Certified Food Safety Manager (ICFSM)
Designed for: Restaurant and commercial food service managers, wait staff, chefs, cooks, bartenders, hosts and hostesses;
This is a Food Safety Manager exam. This exam is accredited by ANSI under both CFP and ISO/IEC 17024 standards. Taking this exam will help you measure how well you understand food safety.
To become an International Certified Food Safety Manager, you must pass the ICFSM exam.

The exam consists of 80 questions and 5 pilot questions that must be completed in 120 minutes.
Questions are multiple choices.
You must achieve a minimum weighted score of 75 to pass.
Click here for more details about the exam.

2. Grocery Store – FSMCE-G
Designed for: General Manager, grocery manager, produce manager, store manager, assistant manager, clerk, barista, cashier, front end associate, deli/dairy/bakery manager, frozen food manager, hand dip or cafe manager, food service clerk, night crew
This is a Food Safety Manager exam. This exam is accredited by ANSI under CFP standards. Taking this exam will help you measure how well you understand food safety.
To become a Certified Grocery Store Food Safety Manager, you must pass the CGSFSM exam.

The exam consists of 80 questions and 5 pilot questions that must be completed in 120 minutes.
Questions are multiple choices.
You must achieve a minimum weighted score of 75 to pass.
Click here for more details about the exam.

3. Convenience Store – FSMCE-C
Designed for: General Manager, Assistant General Manager, Food & Beverage Manager, Customer Service Supervisors and Food & Beverage Supervisors, tore Manager, assistant manager, clerk, barista, cashier, front end associate, deli/dairy/bakery manager, frozen food manager, hand dip or cafe manager, food service clerk, night crew 
This is a Food Safety Manager exam. This exam is accredited by ANSI under CFP standards. Taking this exam will help you measure how well you understand food safety.
To become a Certified Convenience Store Food Safety Manager, you must pass the CCSFSM exam.

The exam consists of 80 questions and 5 pilot questions that must be completed in 120 minutes.
Questions are multiple choices.
You must achieve a minimum weighted score of 75 to pass.
Click here for more details about the exam.

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Date:
September 3, 2018
Time:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Venue

Pearson Professional Centers
2 Chase Corporate Dr # 20
Birmingham, AL 35244 US


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