Free CE for Professionals
RDNs, DTRs, Certified Chefs, and CDM, CFPPs: National Pasteurized Eggs is pleased to offer you self-study CE programs — free and online! Three of our programs are also approved for NEHA and California REHS.
Protein Nutrition & Egg Chemistry
Protein is critical to health in all stages of life. Do you ever wonder why? In this program, you'll discover the role of protein in the diet, the chemical composition of protein, and the effect cooking has on protein molecules. Approved for 1 hr of continuing education by ACF, CBDM, and the CDR. Take the free program >
Kitchen Science: Culinary Techniques
Are you frustrated by curdling in eggs? Want to learn techniques for preventing it? This program explores the science behind egg cookery and offers you techniques for avoiding tricky culinary situations. Take the course to earn 1 hr of continuing education. Approved by ACF, CBDM, and the CDR. Take the free program >
Cross Contamination Action Ideas
This course addresses common foodservice practices that lead to foodborne illnesses. Discover how cross contamination is a contributing factor to foodborne illnesses, where the trouble spots are in both commercial and home kitchens, and action steps you can take to safeguard your clients today. Take the course and earn 1 hr continuing education. Approved by ACF, CBDM (sanitation CE), CDR, CDPH (California REHS), and NEHA. Take the free program >
Foodborne Illness: The Fork Stops Here!
Trying to make sense of food recalls and foodborne illness outbreaks? This program gives you background on key trends in food safety. See current facts and figures, and dig into the details behind topics such as emerging pathogens and antibiotic resistance! Take the course and earn 2 hrs continuing education. Approved by ACF, CBDM (sanitation CE), CDR, CDPH (California REHS), and NEHA. Take the free program >
Food Preservation Techniques
Are you mystified by food preservation terms and technologies? Want to know what nanoparticles are, or why acidulants are added to processed foods? Enjoy this overview of food preservation. Take the course and earn 1 hr continuing education. Approved by ACF, CBDM (sanitation CE), CDR, CDPH (California REHS), and NEHA. Take the free program >
CE reporting is easy!
- RDNs, DTRs, REHSs, Certified Chefs, and CDM, CFPPs—print a certificate of attendance and log your activity.
- California REHSs—complete the online form at the end of the review questions.
These programs are approved by ACF, CBDM, and CDR. Three of these programs are also approved by CDPH and NEHA. National Pasteurized Eggs is a CPE Accredited Provider.
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