Food scientists are critical to the creation and accessibility of safe, nutritious, and scientifically viable food products. It is imperative that food professionals are recognized for their scientific accomplishments, their commitment to the profession and their role in addressing potential risks in the food system. One way of doing so is through a formal certification program–the Certified Food ScientistSM (CFS)–the only global certification program honoring food scientists’ practical, applied scientific knowledge and skills.
Nearly 1,500 professionals from 54 countries across the world have made an important step in their careers by earning the CFS credential. Obtaining the CFS credential is more than passing an exam – it is a demonstration of your professional commitment to excelling in the applied knowledge essential to the food science profession. The CFS credential also offers employers a reliable way to differentiate and identify applicants that are committed to professional development via a third party assessment. Now food scientists are formally recognized, like many other food professionals, for the critical role you play in the food enterprise.
Attend this informative webinar to hear from Certified Food Scientists and a human resources professional on how this certification program can help advance your career, make you a more marketable employee and help increase the visibility and recognition of the food science profession. You will learn how to go through the certification process and learn suggestions on how you can work with your employer to add this certification to your professional development plan. Supervisors and human resource personnel are also encouraged to attend to learn how this certification can benefit your team and organization.
1. Learn about, and how to apply, for the Certified Food Scientist certification program.
2. Understand how this certification program can help advance careers and support employer needs.
3. Find out how to make the case/build into your professional development plan/annual goals