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Title: ANSICFP ACCREDITATION PROCESS FOR FOOD PROTECTION MANAGER CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS


1
ANSI/CFP ACCREDITATION PROCESS FOR FOOD
PROTECTION MANAGER CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS
2
A Federation of members representing . . .
  • Academia
  • Individuals
  • Government
  • Manufacturing
  • Trade Associations
  • Professional Societies
  • Service Organizations
  • Standards Developers
  • Consumer and Labor Interests
  • and many more.

Bringing the Private- Public-Sectors Together
3
Roles of ANSI Federation
  • To accredit U.S./ Standards Developers, U.S.
    Technical Advisory Groups and conformity
    assessment systems (accreditation)
  • To ensure integrity of the U.S./ voluntary
    consensus standards system
  • To provide regional international access
  • To offer a neutral policy forum

4
Conference for Food Protection
  • Non-profit Organization
  • Representative and Equitable Partnership among
  • Regulators
  • Industry
  • Academia
  • Professional organizations
  • Consumers

5
Roles of CFP
  • Overall Goal to ensure food safety
  • Identify problems
  • Formulating Recommendations
  • Developing and Implementing food practice
  • Provide input into the FDA Food Code

6
Certified Food Protection Managers
  • Develop, implement and enforce specific policies,
    procedures or standards aimed at preventing food
    borne illness and protect consumers.
  • Identify hazards
  • Supervise food preparation
  • Coordinate training
  • Take corrective action as needed

7
Goals of the ANSI/CFP Accreditation Program
  • Ensure all Food Protection Manager Certification
    Programs meet CFP Standards
  • Facilitate a self-assessment process that
    increases the quality of the program
  • Increase recognition and confidence in the
    quality of Food Protection Manager certification
    programs

8
ANSI/CFP Accreditation Quality
  • Verifies the quality of a certification program
    for State regulatory bodies responsible for
    licensing
  • Ensures consistent quality of food protection
    managers for employers
  • Increases consumer confidence regarding food
    safety
  • Verifies the use of a valid and reliable
    processes that increases legal defensibility of
    certification programs

9
Why the Need for a National Standard?
  • CFP - Over 25 Year History
  • Target Audience - Food Protection Managers (Est.
    250,000 certified/year)
  • Variation in Certification Program Criteria
    Design - (Multiple Providers)

10
Key Elements to the Standards Test Development
and Administration
  • Job Analysis
  • Psychometric Standards (Standards for Educational
    Psychological Testing) (Guidelines for the
    Development, Use and Evaluation of Licensure and
    Certification Programs)
  • Examination Performance
  • Examination Security

11
ANSI/CFP ACCREDITATION MODEL
Component 2 ANSI
CFP Executive Board

Accreditation Component 3 Committee
Component 1 CFP MTC
Committee
Component 4 Certification Organizations
Assessors
12
ANSI/CFP Accreditation Program Benefits
  • Benefits to Industry
  • Reciprocity of certification across
    jurisdictional lines
  • Enhancing the value of the credential
  • Assurance of quality of certification programs

13
ANSI/CFP Accreditation Program Benefits
  • Benefits to Corporations
  • Assures that the certification process is valid,
    reliable and legally defensible
  • Provides a consistent meaning for certification.

14
ANSI/CFP Accreditation Program Benefits
  • Benefits to Jurisdictions
  • No need to develop own certification programs
  • No need to monitor credentialing programs
    (ANSI/CFP does that)
  • No need to expend funds evaluating certification
    programs

15
ANSI/CFP Accreditation Program Benefits
  • Benefits for Accredited Organization
  • Certification program reviewed by independent
    third party
  • Certification program assessed against a
    recognized uniform set of Standards (CFP
    Standards)

16
ANSI/CFP Accreditation Program Benefits
  • Benefits to Candidates
  • More testing options (locations, price, etc.)
  • Meaningful certification (valid, reliable,
    transferable between jurisdictions)

17
Accreditation Program Outcomes
  • A valid, reliable and legally defensible
    credentialing process
  • Maintenance of an accessible, flexible cost
    effective delivery system
  • Establish a National Standard resulting in the
    universal acceptance of credentials obtained from
    organizations accredited through the CFP/ANSI
    program
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