123ce.com provides ACF approved online courses for certification, renewal and continuing education hours. Listed below are the courses you need to achieve your certification goals:
|Mandatory 30-Hour Courses for ACF Certification|
|Nutrition ||Sanitation and Safety for the Hospitality Industry||Supervisory Management|
|Mandatory 8-Hour Courses for ACF Re-Certification|
|Nutrition Considerations for the Culinary Staff||Food Safety and Sanitation||Supervision and Human Resources|
|ACF-Approved Courses Ranging from 5-50 Hours|
|Intro to Food Safety and HACCP||Microbial Food Safety: Beyond the Basics|
|Nutrition: Making it work for You||Practical Application of Food Allergy Guidelines|
|Advanced Culinary Nutrition Applications||Time Management: Combating Time Theft|
|Basics of Management and Leadership||Management of Food and Labor Costs|
|Human Resources Management: Update and Review||Nutrient Analysis for School Breakfast & Lunch Programs|
|Computers in the Workplace||Introduction to Computers|
|Business Communications||Employee Supervision|
|Corporate Teamwork||Diversity in the Workplace|
Mandatory Courses for ACF Certification
Covers food grouping systems, maintenance and dieting, and all the invaluable information vital to a student’s success as a foodservice or dietary professional.
An in-depth course in food safety and sanitation. Students learn about food-borne diseases, the flow of food, safe food handling, maintaining sanitary facilities and equipment and pest management.
This course covers how to manage people in the food service industry, the importance of problem-solving methods, and techniques for effective planning.
ACF Certification Renewal
Mandatory 8-Hour Courses for ACF Re-Certification
A comprehensive review course that meets the 8 hour renewal requirement in nutrition for individuals with culinary responsibilities. This course includes basic nutrition, menu planning, healthy cooking, label reading and basic diet modification.
A comprehensive review course that meets the 8 hour
renewal requirement in food safety sanitation. Maintaining sanitary facilities and equipment and kitchen safety are included in this course.
A comprehensive review course that meets the 8 hour renewal requirement in supervision and human resources. Learn how to create an effective workplace environment through communication, as well as understand the role of a supervisor as both a manager and a leader.
Continuing Education Courses
ACF-Approved CEH Credits to get you to your mandatory 80 hours every 5 Years
This course covers food safety and preventing foodborne illness during the workflow in a kitchen, as well as an introduction to HACCP.
This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of nutrition by exploring basic nutrients, the USDA MyPyramid, and recipe substitutions.
An advanced nutrition course for individuals with culinary responsibilities.
Written to review and update students’ knowledge on management, supervision, and leadership.
Designed to review and update students’ knowledge on human resource management.
An advanced level food safety course, which provides detailed information on bacterial food-borne pathogens, non-bacterial food-borne pathogens, non-bacterial foodborne illness, trends and food safety.
This course provides an introduction to food allergies which covers recognition, evaluation, and testing.
This course discusses how students can minimize stress and maximize productivity in their personal and professional lives by analyzing their values, habits, and daily interruptions.
This course covers school lunch and breakfast program regulations, and how to estimate nutrient content with both traditional and enhanced, food-based menu planning.
Cost control from a management perspective is covered comprehensively in this course.
Computers in the kitchen are a reality. Learn the latest trends in computer technology and keep your knowledge of computers and their uses relevant.
Computer literacy is essential to functioning effectively in today’s workforce! This course covers data processing and storage, local and global communication, managing schedules and finances, and information gathering.
Learn effective oral and written communication techniques to prepare effective memos, letters, reports and presentations.
Covers the human relations abilities necessary to work as part of a team, communicate with others, handle emotions and conflict, and understand people.
Covers the fundamentals needed to supervise and work with others, lead and motivate a team, and manage workflow and operations.
The transition from employee to supervisor takes the right combination of attitude and competency. Employee Supervision covers how to take on a supervisory role and stimulate employee and group performance in a changing environment.
Learn how to improve the experiences of diverse groups
in the workforce and overcome stereotyping.
To see ACF requirements and recommendations, visit the ACF Web site.