The hallmark of professional achievement in any industry is certification. It reflects a commitment to professional conduct and ethics and is only earned through education, performance, experience, and service to the industry.
Certified Special Events Professional (CSEP)
The CSEP designation awarded by the International Special Events Society (ISES) to Tracy Stuckrath, CSEP, CMM, CHC 1995 and twice since then. Established in 1993, the CSEP designation recognizes event professionals who have successfully demonstrated the knowledge, skills and ability essential to perform all components of a special event. Being a recipient of the CSEP designation demonstrates a continuous dedication to enhance individual and professional performance.
Certified Meetings Manager (CMM)
Meeting Professionals International’s Certified Meeting Management (CMM) certification and resulting designation is bestowed upon senior level event professionals who possess the strategic decision-making ability of leaders and are capable of delivering exceptional meetings and events that drive organizational success. The CMM certification and resulting designation is the most prestigious in the meetings and events industry.
Certified Health Coach (CHC)
The Institute for Integrative Medicine and the American Alternative Medical Association grants the Certified Health Coach (CHC) designation for successful completion of a seven-month holistic nutrition program.
ServSafe®: Food Protection Manager Certification, 2011
The ServSafe® program is the restaurant industry’s premiere food safety education and training program recognized and accepted by more federal, state and local health jurisdictions than any other food safety training program. The program covers the flow of food from the time you purchase your products until the meals reach your customers’ tables, and includes topics such as microorganisms that cause foodborne-illness breakouts, proper food storage, and cleaning and sanitizing. In Georgia, food safety certification is not only important – it is the law.
Certified ServSafe® Instructor and Registered ServSafe® Proctor, 2012
Certified ServSafe® Instructors and Registered ServSafe® Proctors are experienced professionals from all segments of the food service industry. We offer students training from experts in food safety education and alcohol training. The National Restaurant Association makes sure we have the most current and relevant materials and tools to complement our expertise.
GREAT Kitchens: Gluten-Free Training, National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, 2012
GREAT Kitchens is a gluten-free industry initiative of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA). This comprehensive course teaches the essentials of gluten-free food preparation and cross-contamination avoidance – skills that are critical for serving celiac and gluten sensitive customers.