These learning modules do not offer Certificates of Completion. 

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.