ACF Offers Free Online Learning Bundle as part of ACF United Campaign
COVID-19 forced the closures of restaurants and other foodservice operations around the country. While many chefs remain busy offering meals-to-go and helping their community, if you find you have a little extra time on your hands and want to keep you skills sharp and mind active, consider signing up for an ACF online learning course.
As part of the newly formed ACF United campaign intended to support our community during these trying times, ACF is currently offering members and non-members alike a FREE access to select courses and conference recordings through the Online Learning Center through June 2020.
We hope this will inspire you and provide a venue of innovative learning opportunities and experiences while you practice “social distancing” and await to return to the kitchen. Click here to access the ACF Online Learning Center.
Included in the “ACF United” bundle are the following:
Introduction to Foodservice – 30 Hour
This course is a 30-hour, self-paced introduction to the fundamentals of the food service industry. It will provide a framework from which to build a career within the industry and will establish a foundation for future ACF coursework.
Safety and Sanitation – 30 Hour
This course is a 30-hour, self-paced introduction to safety and sanitation. You will gain a basic understanding of safety and sanitation principles as they relate to the food and culinary industry.
Beekeeping for the Executive Chef
Discover the benefits of beekeeping for chefs in this introductory course.
Select ACF Conference Sessions
Bring ACF conferences right to your computer. Watch recordings of selected sessions from each of our conferences at your convenience to gain valuable industry knowledge and earn CEHs.
Select Ingredient of the Month Quizzes
These quizzes were generated from the Ingredient of the Month full articles as denoted by the date heading.
Select NCR Quizzes
These quizzes were generated from articles and stories found in issues of ACF’s The National Culinary Review as denoted by the date heading.