ANFP-approved training programs are available in most states. You may
find one at your local college, with nearly 100 colleges and universities
to choose from nationwide. Training is also available through correspondence
Many students are already working in food service, and
complete their studies on the side.
Your training includes a minimum of 120 hours of classroom
instruction, backed up by at least 150 hours of hands-on practice in
dietary management. Four core courses cover foodservice management,
nutrition and medical nutrition therapy, human resources management,
and food safety/sanitation.
To explore training opportunities that may work for you,
please visit the complete directory on the website of Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals. [go
Questions? Please call Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals at 800.323.1908, or complete our online