They are high in protein, have complex carbs, lots of micronutrients and can be whipped up into a wide variety of delicious dishes.
The number of food scientists will undoubtedly continue to climb over the years, and I am elated to be part of the growing number of professionals who will receive their certification!
Here is great video celebrating the first inaugural class of Certified Food Scientists and the benefit of the credential! Taking the CFS Exam: The exam is offered three times per year and may be taken within approximately a 3-week testing window.
The exam is a 3-hour computer based test, administered at Pearson Professional Centers. You are given an erasable note board or small notebook to use. There is also a scientific calculator available on the computer. You can add comments for each question, providing additional justification if needed for your answers for the exam reviewers.
I recommend not spending too much time with comments, answer all of the questions you can do with confidence first. You can electronically mark any questions you are unsure about, go back, and review at the end of the exam before you submit your answers.
This helps to pinpoint exactly what questions need more thought. This is accomplished with excellent expert lecturers, printed lectures, practice questions, quizzes, follow-up webinars, review sessions and sharing tips. Learn and review face-to-face with industry experts and other CFS candidates.
Learn on the go at your convenience! It has similar learning modules and practice exams. This allows you flexibility to go back anytime and review sections. They did not have this when I took the first exam, so this is a fantastic option for busy schedules and international applicants.
Wondering if you should take the course? The prep course is recommended but is not essential for you to pass. For being the first class to ever take the CFS exam I thought the course was very helpful in passing.
During the course, you can gain valuable perspectives from other industry professionals. A nice perk is the access to numerous practice questions modeled after the content in the exam.
This helped to get a feel for how questions were structured, an advantage if you are willing to pay the cost. I would highly recommend this course to CFS candidates as it will refresh your knowledge and streamline your studying.
I also heavily reviewed the lecture information I received from the CFS preparatory course. I used this method throughout my education; however, it is laborious, so it may not be for everyone. I just tend to remember small chunks of information best if I break them down.
This is how I best organize lots of information in one subject area to gain clarity. Information can get overwhelming and confusing, so my brain likes visual tools to compartmentalize the info. Do you know of anyone else taking the exam? I found that one of the best ways to talk through some of the broadest areas was to connect with others taking the test.
Perhaps commit to a weekly call to discuss certain areas of the exam, and just chat! Work and Industry Colleagues: Another way to study is to reach out to your colleges at work or friends in the industry.
If you need help in understanding QA testing and release of products, reach out someone who has a better understanding that may deal with this on a day to day basis. Maybe take them out to coffee, or lunch, have some set questions in mind and have a conversation.
I did not buy any of the books on the recommended resource list because I had many similar books from college. However, if you would like to purchase some reference materials. I would recommend these books: Fifth Edition — Food Science remains the most popular and reliable text for introductory courses in food science and technology.
Food Safety for the 21st Century — This book is an essential resource for all scientists and managers in the food industry manufacturing and foodservice ; regulators and educators in the field of food safety; and students of food science and technology.Congressman Al Lawson and CAFS students at the Farmer's Roundtable event.
Harambee Festival - Learning about insects. Dr. Mbuya explaining the importance of .
Senior Thesis Proposal Food Packaging Purposes: Protect the item Preserve Advertise* Advancements in the 20th century s - Aluminum foil Cellulose packaging (cellophane).
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