Texas Food Manager – State laws require that a state licensed Food Manger be present at every restaurant, food cart, school, day care center, or other place that open food is sold or served to the public. It is the legal responsibility of the Food Manager to ensure that the employees of that establishment are serving safe food, and that the conditions of that food service are kept in accordance with the TFER, or Texas Food Establishment Rules. This is a legally responsible position. Failure to know it could have severe negative consequences.
We offer three options for CFM Training and Exam
Texas Food Manager Training – TBFST $45.00
Certified Food Manager Training Course and Exam. Totally online, and enjoyable. May take the Texas Food Manager Exam at the end of the course ($45.00 additional). Certification valid for five years. Currently only available in English.
Texas Food Manager Exam ONLY $45.00 (English), or $35.00 (Spanish).
They are on the bottom of the page the above link takes you to. 360 Training. Online.
Texas Food Manager Training – 360 Training $65.00
Scroll to the bottom of that page. It is the $65.00 one.
The training and exam package is $95.00.
360 Training (Learn2Serve),is a VAR partner of ours.
Could require going to a state recognized training center. Course and optional state test may or may not be totally online. Courses available in English or Spanish.
To become a certified food protection manager, candidates must pass the DSHS-accredited food protection manager exam. The safety training involves additional expenses, though the pay-off for the employee and employers is surely invaluable in the long-term. The training will not certify you as a food manager. It prepares you for the roles and responsibilities of a Texas Food Manager and enables you to sail through the exam, which does certify you as a Texas Food Manager. Certification is valid for five years.
Texas Food Manager Training
After listening to many complaints from our customers who have taken other provider’s Food Manager Training, such as the material on the exam was not what was covered in their training course, we developed a course which clearly covers every question on the exam.
Our primary goal is to ensure that well trained and qualified food managers are running Texas’s restaurants. Therefore, our training program not only covers the material on the exam, but the other material which a Texas Food Manager must know. We are very sure that our training will provide the most qualified food managers in Texas. We are very passionate about this. This is our attempt at customer service to satisfy our customers needs and desires.
Get paper and pencil for notes, grab some popcorn, and watch a movie. Study a module, take a break, then go to the next one.
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. If you take our food manager training course, we will guarantee your passage on the exam. Both the training and exam must be taken through our websites. Training price is $45.00 and includes phone support for questions concerning the content of the course and other food manager related questions (1). We are here to ensure your success.
Texas Food Manager Exam
Preparing for the exam. Please read carefully.
There are 70 questions on the exam. To pass, you must correctly answer 70% of them. The exam will show you how you are doing as you progress through it.
The test is timed. You have one and one half (1 1/2) hour to complete the exam.
Once the exam is begun, you must continue the exam. This must be done in one sitting.
Once the exam is begun, you cannot do anything on your device except continue with the exam. If you open a new browser page, for example, you will instantly fail the exam.
At the beginning, it will ask you several questions such as what your favorite color is. Record your answers to be sure that you remember how you answer them. This is not as silly as it seems. During the exam, you will be asked these questions, and they must be properly answered or you will fail the exam. Their purpose is to attempt to ensure that the person who signed up for the exam is the one who is currently taking the exam.
You will be given two attempts to complete the exam. If you fail the first one, call us before your second attempt for a little coaching.
If you have any questions about the exam, get them answered before beginning the exam.
On the page that the following link opens, scroll down to the bottom and select the $45.00 exam. This is the one that you want, not the other options. The exam is presented by our VAR partner.
Texas Food Manager Responsibilities
To provide a training curriculum known to teach all the essential food manager training and the food manager exam has been implemented by Texas State Law.
The Texas Department of State Health Services, TX DSHS, has been responsible for accrediting food manager training and food manager exam since 1988.
All food enterprises are required by law to have a certified Texas Food Manager present whenever that business is serving unpackaged food to the public. The manager is more than a business and employee manager, they are in a legal position to be responsible for the safe preparation, storage, and holding of the food, as well as the cleanliness of the restaurant and employee hygiene. If a food borne illness outbreak is traced to their restaurant, and you are found to be negligent of your duties, you could find yourself not only unemployed, but in various legal problems.
Texas Food Manager Training and Exam
These are the City of Houston Food Manager Certification Manuals. They provide a great study guide and reference.
Texas Food Manager Training and Exam Centers
Locations are available to take the Food Manager Training and Food Manager Exam at various locations throughout the state, if for some reason, you just must do it in a classroom setting. Here is a list from the DSHS website:
TABC and Food Handler
We offer a very nice and stress free tabc and food handler training and certification bundle. our TABC and food handler bundle will provide you your State of Texas food handler credentials, and your TABC certification to serve alcohol in Texas.
Notes: 1. This is an un-official course and has not been approved by DSHS, but we are actively working toward that goal.
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