Monday, September 25, 2017

Texas Food Safety Manager Course & Test

Introducing the most simple, cost-effective and hassle free way to obtain your Texas Food Safety Manager Certification. Earn your Texas food safety manager certification entirely online anytime

Our  Texas Food Safety Manager Test and Prep Course are approved by the Texas  Department of State Health Services!

Our comprehensive online food certification exam was created by Learn2Serve and is fully approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services (formerly TDH) and accepted statewide in Texas!

Texas Food Safety Manager Prep Course (Optional):

You do not have to purchase the Food Safety Manager prep course, this is optional. You may “challenge” the exam, however, if you fail, you will be required to take the food manager course and purchase another exam.

Enter our  online Texas Food Safety Manager Certification Online School here! Hence, we have made a convenient package that will give you both the food certification prep course and access to the exam to help you pass on the first try.

This 8-hour online food manager course covers food safety issues, regulations, and techniques to maintain a food-safe environment. It will help you to better understand how handling food correctly is not only the law, but it improves safety and lowers cost as well.

The course name is; Food Safety Manager Certification Prep Course. Exam CFM Number – 0000318 and is 8 hours in length.

Texas Food Safety Manager Certification Test:

Learn2Serve’s online comprehensive exam is approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services and is accepted statewide. The exam offers the official Texas Food Protection Manager Certification required in the State of Texas.

You may choose to only take the online food manager exam (known as “challenging” the exam) or take the optional 8-hour food prep course that will prepare you for the exam.

Enter our  online Texas Food Safety Manager Certification Online School here! We offer stand alone versions of the food certification prep course, certification exam as well as a convenient package. Note: that you will have only ONE attempt to pass the exam. If you do not pass you will be required to re-register and try again.

Once you begin the test you can not log-out and log back in. You must complete the food manager exam within the 90 minutes allowed by the Texas Department of Health. You may not log-out or leave the computer during the examination. You must remain logged in until the test is completed and your results are calculated.

Therefore we recommend taking the food manager prep course if this is your first time to take this examination. The online food certification exam is available and valid for the State of Texas only. It will help you to better understand how handling food correctly is not only the law, but it improves safety and lowers cost as well.

Food Safety Manager Prep Course and Texas Food Safety Test Package:

This is our recommended package. The Food Safety Manager Package includes the 8-hour prep course and the Texas-approved Food Manager Test. This allows you to view the prep course to either learn the material or to review and reinforce what you may already know.

Enter  our online Texas Food Safety Manager Certification Online School here! Once you have taken the food manager prep course (which you may take over different sessions, you do not have to watch the entire prep course at once) you may take the test and when you score 70% or higher, print out your certification immediately. Your Food Manager Certification is valid for 5 years. This is by far the best deal and it is priced accordingly.

Food Manager Prep Course Outline:

LESSON 1: INTRODUCTION TO FOOD SAFETY

  • What is Food Safety
  • Critical Control Points
  • Regulation and Inspection

LESSON 2: BIOHAZARDS, FOODBORNE DISEASE, FOOD SPOILAGE

  • What Is A Biohazard?
  • Viruses and Parasites
  • Bacteria
  • Food-Borne Disease
  • Common Food-Borne Illnesses
  • Food Spoilage

LESSON 3: CONTAMINANTS

  • Biological Contamination
  • Physical Contamination
  • Chemical Contamination

LESSON 4: PRESERVATION AND TEMPERATURE CONTROL

  • Preservation
  • Temperature Control

LESSON 5: EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND HYGIENE

  • Common Hazards
  • Hand Washing
  • Skin, Hair, Mouth, Nose and Throat
  • Clothing, Perfume and Jewelry
  • Employee Sickness

LESSON 6: PURCHASING, RECIEVING, AND STORING FOODS

  • Purchasing
  • Receiving
  • Storage

LESSON 7: CLEANING AND SANITIZING

  • How to Clean and Sanitize
  • The Difference between Cleaning and Sanitizing
  • The Importance of Cleaning and Sanitizing

LESSON 8: PEST CONTROL

  • Pest Control
  • Eradication
  • Prevention

LESSON 9: FACILITY DESIGN

  • Building Design
  • Floors, Walls, and Ceilings
  • Equipment

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