CFPM

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CFPMCertified Floodplain Manager
CFPMCentre de Formation Professionnelle de la Musique (French: Professional Training Center of Music)
CFPMCubic Feet per Minute (also seen as CFM; unit of measurement)
CFPMCanadian Forces Provost Marshal (Head of the Military Police in Canada)
CFPMCertified Food Protection Manager
CFPMCanadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine (est. 1999)
CFPMCross-Functional Process Mapping (business flow analysis)
CFPMChild and Family Prison Ministry (Thailand rescue mission)
CFPMComprehensive Fixed Price Maintenance
CFPMClub Français des Pêcheurs à la Mouche (French: French Club of Fly Fishers; est. 1949)
CFPMCenter for Policy Modeling
CFPMChemin de fer Privé de la Mulatière (French model railroad club)
CFPMCertified Foodservice Purchasing Manager
CFPMCase Feet per Minute (material handling industry)
CFPMCompagnie Française de Pierres et Marbres (French: French Stone and Marble Company)
CFPMCenter for Professional Management (Naperville, IL)
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This diploma is in general required to gain access to upper secondary education, in both the academic stream and the main vocational streams (CFPM).
Only 14% of students who initially fail compulsory education enrolled in mainstream upper vocational education programmes (CFPM) at any time in the subsequent four years, suggesting that the share of pupils who ever succeed in moving towards upper secondary education after having initially failed to obtain the compulsory schooling certificate is very low.
(6) For graduates from the CFPM the corresponding rate was 29% (Fundacion Alternativas, 2008).
Of pupils proceeding to CFPM, 72% obtain the corresponding degree (estimated based on data in INE, 2007).
Schwarzkoph, key staffer, Wells County Probation Department; Gail Wood-Toulmin, CFPM, assistant food service supervisor, Collin County Sheriff's Office
The study selected a total sample size of 120 routine and complaint inspection reports from risk categories 2, 3, 4, and 5 food establishments (60 inspection reports in the presence of a CFPM and 60 inspection reports in the absence of a CFPM).
From the total 60 inspection reports completed in the presence of a CFPM, there were a total of 50 observed priority violations.
From the total 60 inspection reports completed in the absence of a CFPM, there were a total of 122 observed priority violations.
Historically, many in the food service industry were reluctant to spend money to develop and staff their restaurants with certified food protection managers (CFPMs).