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Course Description: Program institutions and facilities receiving federal financial assistance are required to comply with federal civil rights laws to ensure all Child Nutrition participants have equal access to all benefits and services.  This course will review Civil Rights regulations, and provide all information necessary to ensure that your program is in compliance with these requirements.

This course is designed for returning Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) sponsor staff and will review the regulations and procedures of the SFSP.

Course Description: Program institutions and facilities receiving federal financial assistance are required to comply with federal civil rights laws to ensure all Child Nutrition participants have equal access to all benefits and services.  This course will review Civil Rights regulations, and provide all information necessary to ensure that your program is in compliance with these requirements.

Hours: 4

Course Description: This course is designed for returning Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) sponsor staff, will review the regulations and procedures of the CACFP, and assist sponsors with regulatory compliance.

The CACFP New Sponsor Training is a 5 hour comprehensive online course designed to provide initial training for those who are new to the CACFP or for participating sponsors with new staff. The training includes important topics such as Civil Rights, Meal Service Planning, Recordkeeping, Financial Management, Documentation, and Responsibilities, Maintaining a Nonprofit Food Service Program and Program Oversight. 

The CACFP Sponsor Remediation Training is an online course designed to provide training for those who are in the CACFP program. The training includes important topics such as Civil Rights, Meal Service Planning, Recordkeeping, Financial Management, Documentation, and Responsibilities, Maintaining a Nonprofit Food Service Program and Program Oversight. 

The CACFP Corrective Action Training is an online course designed to provide corrective action training for those who are in the CACFP program. The training includes important topics such as Civil Rights, Meal Service Planning, Recordkeeping, Financial Management, Documentation, and Responsibilities, Maintaining a Nonprofit Food Service Program and Program Oversight. 

Course Description: CACFP Regulations require that all new and participating CACFP institutions meet and maintain compliance with the three Performance Standards; Financial Management and Viability, Administrative Capability, and Program Accountability. This course is designed to guide CACFP institutions to better understand the importance of the Performance Standards, the reason that they were developed, and the criteria used to determine compliance. This course consists of three (3) lessons:

  • Lesson 1 - Performance Standard One: Financial Viability and Financial Management
  • Lesson 2 - Performance Standard Two: Administrative Capability
  • Lesson 3 - Performance Standard Three: Program Accountability

This course is designed to guide sponsors plan their administrative budget, and further understand how costs are defined, and the processes and procedures for claiming operating and administrative expenses in accordance with the FNS Financial Management Instruction 796-2, Rev 3.

This module is designed to assist care providers in meeting the ever-changing needs of infants while in care, and to coordinate this care with the Child and Adult Care Food Program regulations.

The At Risk/Afterschool component of the Child and Adult Care Food Program provides nutritious snacks and/or meals to children in afterschool. This module discusses program eligibility, meal patterns and requirements, and other regulations to assist participating institutions successfully implement their At Risk/Afterschool Programs.

This module is intended to provide information to help prevent childhood obesity by promoting healthy eating, by specifically recommending the increase of fruits & vegetables and the decrease of sugar & fats, identifying the role of childcare staff in shaping children’s eating behaviors, and identifying steps that childcare staff can take to help children develop healthy eating behaviors.

This module is a training tool to assist Child and Adult Care Food Program sponsoring organizations train their monitors to conduct on-site monitoring visits at center facilities. It will help monitors learn what to look for and the importance of their work responsibilities. Practice exercises are also included.

This module is a resource tool to assist institutions who provide nutritious meals and snacks to adults enrolled in adult day care programs as an alternative to institutional long-term care. It discusses Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) requirements, meal patterns, and recordkeeping to assist institutions comply with the CACFP regulations.