The National Registry of Food Safety Professionals, approved by the HFS (Health and Family Services) Department, endorses our instructors and provides the TLW with state approved examinations for our classes.

We provide certification and education classes available at several locations throughout the state. Our classes are valid for 5 years.

Classes are non-refundable. You will have 60 days from the date of cancelation to reschedule, it is your responsibility to reschedule within the 60 days.

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National Certified Food Manager License

 

If you want to own a National Certified Food Protection Manager License (CFPM License), you need to pass a nationally credited exam. The TLW class prepares you first and then administers the exam the same day. For establishments with more than five (5) food handlers you MUST have a licensed certified Food Manager on staff at each location. A food handler means – any individual engaged in the preparation or processing of food. Examples include:

     • a chef

     • a waitress that prepares a salad

     • a server that scoops ice cream

     • a bartender that cooks a frozen pizza or drops breaded mushrooms, etc. into a fryer

 

Click HERE to Register - 2019 Classes - Food Manager License 


Course Audit Option

Our National Certified Food Protection Manager License course is available with an option to audit. Auditing the course means that you and your employees can now benefit from professional training in "safe food handling practices" at a more affordable rate. For those who choose to audit, they can participate fully in the course lecture and discussion with the use of a loaner book. At the end of the class, the auditing participant is not required to take the examination. Auditing the course will not provide a license but is offered as a means to provide affordable education and training. The Course Audit option is $35 for TLW members and $50 for non-members.

 



Small Operator Permit

If you currently own a valid Wisconsin CFPM License and are looking to proceed with a Small Operator Permit there are certain requirements you need to meet. These include; your license cannot be more than 30 days expired and you must employee five (5) or fewer total food handlers which includes yourself. A food handler means – any individual engaged in the preparation or processing of food. Examples include:

     • a chef

     • a waitress that prepares a salad

     • a server that scoops ice cream

     • a bartender that cooks a frozen pizza or drops breaded mushrooms, etc. into a fryer 

*Contact your county health department or local municipality for a county ordinance, which can be stricter than these minimum code requirements. Several counties in Wisconsin require a person in charge (PIC) with a CFM License on site every hour of food preparation. Click link for your local health department information https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/lh-depts/counties.htm

 

Click HERE to Register 2019 Classes - Small Operators Certificate






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