Certified culinarians and chefs need to plan ahead regarding their educational goals so that timing and funding can be budgeted accordingly. Goals should be shared with your employer who may consider offering or paying for professional development. Take 16 CEHs every year to achieve your educational goals faster and make recertification easier.
Includes policy and fees
Lifetime Policy & Application
Qualifications: age 62; fully retired and age 55; or fully disabled
Value of Certification
Talking points about the value of an accredited certification program
Designated Usage Policy
Proper use of your credentials
Marketing your credentials
Member and non-member fees
Recertification Assistance Policy & Application
Certified members experiencing a financial hardship
List of ACF Approved CEHs
Which CEHs qualify?
Take 16 CEHs Every Year
How to budget your time and money
CEH Tracking Program
Certified Members: submit CEHs to your profile as you earn them
Recertification after Expiry Policy
Learn how to recertify within 3 years of expiration
Recertify up to one year ahead but not later than your recertification deadline:
⦁ Step 1, Complete Application
⦁ Step 2, Provide CEH Documentation
⦁ Step 3, Provide Payment
Required CEHs & Documentation
All hours must be documented within 5 years with name of attendee, program, and sponsoring company, date of attendance, and number of CEHs earned. If any of this information is not included, please provide a copy of the program or other supporting documents.
⦁ For CC® and CPC® – 48 CEHs within 3 years
⦁ For all other levels – 80 CEHs within 5 years
Classes, seminars & refreshers
Total CEHs must include an 8-hour refresher in safety and sanitation every time. (State issued sanitation card or ServSafe will count as this requirement.) Nutrition and supervision refreshers (minimum of 8 hours each) are due only on the first recertification.
Why is Re-Certification Required?
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