ACFSA

Association of Correctional Food Service Affiliates

The International Association of Correctional Food Service Professionals

Certification

Food service professionals working in corrections assume enormous responsibilities, ranging from the health and safety of their confined populations, to management and budget issues. ACFSA promotes professionalism at all levels of correctional food service through our education and certification programs. Certification programs help establish and maintain high professional standards within correctional food service. Certification also encourages ACFSA members to increase their knowledge and achieve higher levels of excellence within their profession.

Dietitians in Corrections

supports the work of the food service team's nutrition and dietetics experts--professional dietitians. Our special Dietitians in Corrections web area provides timely information and resources for dietitians working in all aspects of correctional food service.

ACFSA certification programs:

Certified Correctional Foodservice Professional (CCFP)

For individuals who work in correctional food service and have reached specific achievement goals.

*Re-certification is required every four years.

Certified Correctional Food Systems Manager (CFSM)

A study course and certification geared specifically for food service line supervisors.

*Re-certification is required every two years.

News Items

Webinar: Medical Diets: A BOP Perspective
January 10th, 2017
Webinar Free for members; $49 for Non-Members

The panelists will discuss how the BOP handles medical and special diets as this is a growing issue that will have to be identified and dealt with a lot more in the future.

The 2017 Solutions 5 Conference
January 20th, 2017

American Correctional Association (ACA) Winter Conference
January 20th-25th, 2017

North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers 2017 Show
February 9th-11th, 2017

Pacific Northwest Chapter Meeting
February 15th, 2017


Annual International Conference
September 24-27, 2017

Fall 2016 Insider