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TummySafe© is a Food Manager's Certification Course for Child Care Providers. The 6 module food safety curriculum includes food storage, serving, cross contamination, diapering as well as many other topics specific to child care providers. Six contact hours are awarded for completion of the curriculum. An 80% on the Certification exam is required for certification. Certification lasts for five years.
For $25, you will be emailed a link to the course. Once you have purchased the first access for $25 you have the option of adding 2 more for $5 each. You can complete the course on computer and Android phones but it is NOT compatible with IPhones or IPads.
I don't have Internet access. What should I do?
Contact Jenna Schilling
I’m done with the online curriculum. Am I certified now?
No, not yet. You must still pass the
Exam Request/Jenna Schilling
School of Human Sciences
MSU, MS 39762
Make money order or certified check out to School of Human Sciences. Be sure to include all your contact information, including phone numbers and the county where you would like to take your exam.
Once exam payment is received, your local proctor will call to schedule an exam date and time. Most exam dates can be scheduled within 30 days of exam payment, often within 2 weeks of payment.
When will I get my test results?
Exam results are usually sent out within 2 weeks of test date.
I have a question that wasn’t answered here. What should I do?
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Jenna Schilling at email@example.com or 662-325-8930.
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MISSISSIPPI STATE -- Two Mississippi State University Extension Service professionals were recently honored by the National Extension Association for Family and Consumer Sciences for their work in the early childhood field.
Jenna Schilling, Extension associate, and Natasha Haynes, Extension agent in family and consumer sciences, won the national Early Childhood Child Care Training Award for the TummySafe program, a food certification course for child care providers.