CERTIFICATION

Earning Certification on a professional or personal level shows mastery of a skill and looks great to a future employer. There are many career opportunities in the Meat, Agriculture, and Restaurant industries that the National High School BBQ Association is honored to showcase and support.

GET YOUR HIGH SCHOOL BBQ TEAM FOOD SAFETY CERTIFICATE HERE OR OTHER CERTIFICATIONS INTO YOUR CLASS OR AS PART OF YOUR BBQ TRAINING.



AMERICAN MEAT SCIENCE ASSOCIATION

Culinary Meat Selection & Cookery Certification - CLICK HERE

According to the National Restaurant Association, 1.6 million new restaurant jobs will be created by 2028.

 

Meeting the Industry Need
The certification validates fluency in culinary techniques, food safety, meat selection and retail cut identification. Those who earn the certification are more qualified to begin a career within the restaurant and culinary industries. 

Industry Standards

The certification exam consists of 100 questions and assesses knowledge and skills from the following weighted industry standards:

Culinary Foundations
Meat Science & Food Safety Principles
Meat & Poultry Overview
Beef Grading Procedures
Retail Cut Identification

“For students looking to start a career in the culinary arts, this new certification provides a viable path towards a successful and rewarding career in the culinary industry.” 
Deidrea Mabry, M.S.
Associate Executive Director
American Meat Science Association


Meat Evaluation Certification - CLICK HERE

According to the North American Meat Institute, the meat and poultry industry is the largest segment of U.S. agriculture. It is broadly responsible for 5.4 million jobs and $257 billion in wages. An estimated 527,019 people have jobs in production and packing, importing operations, sales, packaging and direct distribution of meat and poultry products.

Meeting the Industry Need
The certification validates knowledge and skills in meat carcass quality grading, meat handling and food safety. Those who earn the certification are more qualified to begin a career in the meat industry, which includes production and processing.

Industry Standards

The certification exam consists of 100 questions and assesses knowledge and skills from the following weighted industry standards:
Meat Science Principles
Animal Harvesting Procedures
Carcass & Cuts Evaluation
USDA Beef Grading
Retail Cut Fabrication & Identification

"All of the [American Meat Science Association] membership is interested in trying to find ways to make up the shortage that we presently have in the United States for meat scientists..."
Deidrea Mabry, M.S.
Associate Executive Director 


Food Safety & Science Certification - CLICK HERE

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the food safety field is expected to grow at a rate of 27 percent over the next decade. In 2016 alone, more than 21 million people were employed in food safety, fraud and security jobs, which accounted for over 11 percent of total U.S. employment.

Meeting the Industry Need
The certification validates the expertise and skills needed to enter the meat and food industries. Those who earn the certification are more qualified and prepared to begin a variety of food handling, food storage and food safety careers.

Industry Standards

The certification exam consists of 100 questions and assesses knowledge and skills from the following weighted industry standards:

Food Chemistry Principles
Food Handling, Packaging & Storage Procedures
Food Safety & Sanitation Methods
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Systems


BEEF University Certification - FREE


The American Culinary Federation


The American Welding Society 


ProStart - The National Restaurant Association

 

The Raw Truth About Beef


MASTERS OF BEEF ADVOCACY (MBA) - FREE Online Course

The Masters of Beef Advocacy is your a FREE, self-guided online course provides teachers,students, farmers, ranchers, service providers, consumers, and all members of the beef community the tools and resources to become a beef advocate and answer tough questions about beef and raising cattle.

 YOUTH FOR THE QUALITY CARE OF ANIMALS (YQCA) 



Many schools incorporate Food Safety, First Aide, and Fire Safety training as well through different organizations.

Learn more now - CLICK HERE








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