Welcome to the Food Manager Classes training service for Food Integrated Solutions, LLC. This food managers certification course is for any food service manager who needs to obtain a certificate in order to work in a retail food establishment, or any individual who desires training. This course is accepted by the State of Texas and has been designed for those who want the best training in the least amount of time.

This course is self-paced. At any given point, users may stop or start the training material. When ready, come back to this site and log in with your username and password. The exam must be completed at the time you begin it.

Food Managers Course - This food manager course will take you through the fundamentals of food safety for your food managers card, license, permit or certificate. Once the course has been completed, you should have a good understanding of what foodborne illness is, how it is caused, and what you can do to help prevent it from occurring.

Once the course is successfully completed, you will be able to immediately print a certificate for your records. Remember, these certificates must be kept on file at your place of employment.

Client: Food Integrated Solutions, LLC
Website: https://www.foodintegratedsolutions.com/

Art Sierra is the founder of Food Integrated Solutions, LLC. He specializes in training food industry personnel to comply with State mandated training and certifications for Food Managers and Food Handlers.

Mr. Sierra graduated from California State University, Northridge with a degree in Health Science and has over 25 years of experience in Food Protection and Safety, he is a former California/Texas Environmental Health Specialist/Health Safety Officer and has trained newly hired Health Inspectors. He is also a Professional Registered Sanitarian in Texas, a Certified Trainer and Proctor and a Member of the National Environmental Health Association. He is also a Food Safety Consultant and provides preopening, general inspections and audits services. He elaborates HCCP Plans and provides HCCP training for food establishment's employees.

Mr. Sierra has trained hundreds of food workers in the State of Texas and is now offering his services to your business.


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FMC, FoodManagersCertification.com, is developing a new ANSI/ANAB accredited Food Manager Program. We are seeking individuals to participate in the piloting of the food manager exam.

Please use our Food Manager pilot exam as a practice exam before taking the TexasAccredited Food Manager Classes exam. We will cover the cost of the piloted exam and the proctoring thereof as well. When you finish the piloted exam, you will see the score and areas of deficiency to help you study for your official State of Texas accredited CFP examination with Food Manager Classes.

You can take the proctored pilot exam two different ways:

  1. In-person through a Prometric Testing Lab, or
  2. Remotely through Prometric's ProProctor remote proctor service.

Please sign up at FoodManagersCertification.com/fmpa and we will get with you to arrange your piloted food manager exam.

For your participation in our piloting efforts, your name will be entered into a drawing to win 1 of 4 $1,000 Visa Gift Cards.

For each unique proctored pilot CFP exam you take and finish, you will receive an additional entry into the drawing. The 4 drawing winners will be selected once the piloting session has been completed.

The FDA Food Code
Another thing you should be familiar with is the FDA Food Code. The Food and Drug Administration or FDA is an agency of the US Department of Health and Human Services. In an effort to keep the public safe, the FDA cooperates with other agencies and publishes a model Food Code. The FDA code is the best resource for making regulations that will ensure that food is safe and protected. The contents of the code are intended to assist local agencies that oversee food safety.

The Texas Department of State Health Services has developed uniform standards for retail food establishments in the State of Texas known as the Texas Food Establishment Rules (TFER).

You may also be required to follow local regulations if your local regulatory agency has implemented more restrictive requirements.