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EduClasses®Certified Food Manager Training Program

Kentucky Certified Food Protection Manager
FMC® Food Managers Certification

Made for Kentucky Certified Food Managers

A FMC® Certified Food Protection Manager certificate is provided upon successful completion of our proctored ANAB-CFP Food Manager program. Get Started Today

Certification for Anyone, Anytime.

This Certified Food Manager course is nationally recognized and accredited by ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) for our ANAB-CFP (Conference for Food Protection) Exam.  FMC is approved for the State of Kentucky, and may be purchased for $25 plus the Prometric Proctor Fees.  An EduProctor™ can purchase exams without proctor fees attached as they would be proctoring food manager candidates on their own.  Learn more on how to become an EduProctor™.

FMC® Food Managers Certification for Kentucky

Food Managers Certification Certified Food Protecion Manager

 

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  • State Regulations

     Learn about the various state regulations concerning Food Manager Certification.

    What are Kentuky's Food Safety Regulations?

    The State of Kentucky requires a food establishment have at least one person who is a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) who has successfully passed an ANAB-CFP accredited examination from an approved ANAB provider a such as FMC® Food Managers Certification by EduClasses® to become a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM).

    The Kentucky follows the 2013 FDA Food Code with additional provisions by replacing FDA Food Code Subparagraph 2-102.11(B) with “Being a certified food protection manager who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program or local health department class that addresses the food safety issues described in 2-102.11(C) of the 2013 FDA food code.”  Learn more about the Kentucky food code.

    Kentucky also requires a person in charge (PIC) to demonstrate food safety knowledge during inspections that include knowledge of foodborne disease prevention, Kentucky food code, and HACCP principles. A person in charge (PIC) may acquire this knowledge by successfully passing an ANSI National Accreditation Board – Conference for Food Protection (ANAB-CFP) accredited program such as FMC® Food Managers Certification by EduClasses® to become a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM)."

    Always be sure to check with your local health department for any additional training and certification requirements.
     

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