Renewal of Illinois FSSMC
Effective July 1st, 2014 the Illinois Department of health required that anyone currently holding an Illinois Food Service Sanitation Manager Certification (FSSMC) renew their certification by taking an 8-hour food safety training course and passing an ANSI-CFP exam.
The IDPH no longer allows food safety manager to simply take a shorter course with a test for renewal purposes.
If you have previously been certified in Illinois and posses a Food Service Sanitation Manager Certification (FSSMC) certificate:
Renewal Procedure Effective July 1st, 2014 and Later:
Complete an 8-hour food safety manager training course
Then complete an ANSI-CFP examination with a score of 75% or above.
We offer the Food Safety Management Principles Certification Training course that provides training to fulfill the 8-hour Food Service Sanitation Manager Certification (FSSMC) Course requirement in Illinois and the ANSI-CFP Exam in a proctored online format.
A typical Illinois Food Service Sanitation Manager course held in a classroom lasts 8 to 16 hours, costs $175 to $275 and are frequently held on weekends.
For those of us who work in the food and beverage industry, this is our busiest time and difficult to schedule the day off. If you work for tips, these are the most profitable days we have.
Taking the Illinois FSSMC course online allows you to take the course on your own schedule and at your own pace. If you didn't understand part of the video, you may replay it to see it again and get the answers. This is hard to do in a large class of 20 to 30 people when an instructor is already speaking on the next subject.
In today's economy, money is tight, gasoline is expensive and it makes sense to eliminate unnecessary trips when possible. Taking our online Illinois Food Safety Manager course allows you to save this time and expense.