Pathway III(b) - Dietary Manager - Accelerated Track
Why Choose the Dietary Manager Accelerated Track?
Competitively priced, this Dietary Manager Training costs $625.00. Compare this price to our competitors and you won’t find better value for the price.
Successful completion of UND’s Pathway III(b) course along with two years of full-time non-commercial foodservice experience allows you to apply for the CDM Credentialing Exam under the Certifying Board for Dietary Manager’s (CBDM) eligibility Pathway III(b).
The UND Pathway III(b) course includes the required coursework in foodservice management and nutrition. Students must submit a copy of UND Pathway IIIb Certificate of Completion as well as an Employment Verification Form and job description when registering for the nationally recognized CDM Credentialing Exam. For questions regarding the exam please contact the CBDM. www.CBDMonline.org
Students completing UND training routinely exceed the national average pass rate for the CDBM credentialing examination.
Enroll at any time of the year. Study and take exams online whenever you want without leaving your job or sacrificing time with family. This training is flexible to fit any schedule and self-paced, so you can work at the speed that best suits you.
UND's expert faculty are available to answer your questions via email and will work with you to facilitate learning.
Pathway III(b) - Accelerated Dietary Manager Training
- Program type:
- Enroll Anytime Independent Study
- Time to complete:
- 2 months or less
- Required time:
- 120 hours (20+ hours per week)
- Course Cost:
Earn Your CDM, CFPP Online in 2 Months
Become a Dietary Manager. To earn your CDM, CFPP credential you'll need to pass the CDM Credentialing Exam offered through the Certifying Board for Dietary Managers (CBDM).
UND’s Pathway III(b) Dietary Manager Training prepares you for the CDM Credentialing Exam through self-paced lessons that are designed to work around your busy schedule. You complete your course online. You'll "attend class" wherever and whenever it's convenient for you!
Once you have successfully completed the Pathway III(b) Training and meet all current CBDM eligibility requirements including a minimum of two years of full-time non-commercial foodservice management work experience*, you're eligible to take the CDM Credentialing Exam. The UND Certificate of Completion, an Employment Verification Form and job description should be submitted to the CBDM when applying for the CDM Credentialing Exam. The exam is offered year-round using computer based testing.
*Non-commercial foodservice operations serve food as support within an institution such as hospitals, nursinghomes, schools, military, correctional facilities, or community feeding programs and are typically subsidized by the institution from which they operate. They have third-party oversight by agencies such as The Joint Commission (TJC), local and/or state health departments, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), etc.
Join a training program that consistently exceeds national standards for certification exam pass rates!