Last updated on May 28th, 2020 at 06:34 pm
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Kentucky FOOD MANAGER CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Is the Food Manager Certification required in every state?
No! However, Food Manager Certification is mandatory in many of the states and counties across the country. We always recommend that you check with your local health department prior to purchasing any online or in person course to ensure you get exactly what you need.
How do I get a Food Manager Certification?
Most regulatory agencies accept ANSI approved Certified Food Protection Manager Exams. However, some jurisdictions have developed their own programs which they require in place of ANSI approved programs.
Is there a minimum passing score for the Food Safety Manager exam?
Yes, The minimum passing score is 75%.
Does Food Handler Solutions offer the ANSI approved certification exams?
Yes! We offer different online training packages which give you a few different price options depending on how much you want to study and practice before taking the exam. We also use the Prometric exam and testing facilities scattered across the United States. This gives you a unique learning experience from the comfort of your own home.
How long is the Food Manager certificate good for?
Normally this certificate is valid for 5 years. However, this could differ county to county so we always recommend checking with your local health department prior to taking any online or in person course and exam.
Are certificate’s valid in multiple states?
Most states will recognize a food manager certificate that was obtained in a different state as long as the certificate was obtained by an ANSI approved source and both jurisdictions recognize ANSI certificates.