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Online Course Catalog
Civil Rights for Family Day Care Homes, Day Care Ministries and Centers 2023-2024 (LITTLEB-250) (1 hour)
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.
CACFP Annual Training for Centers/Day Care Ministries 2023-2024 (LITTLEB-210) (4 hours)
CACFP Annual Training is a 4 hour comprehensive online course designed to provide annual required training on meal patterns, the reimbursement process, accurate meal counts, claims submission, and recordkeeping for centers participating in the CACFP.
CACFP Annual Training for Day Care Homes 2023-2024 (LITTLEB-211) (4 hours)
CACFP Annual Training is a 4 hour comprehensive online course designed to provide annual required training on meal patterns, the reimbursement process, accurate meal counts, claims submission, and recordkeeping for day care homes participating in the CACFP.
Navigating Special Dietary Needs 2023-2024 (LITTLEB-512) (1 hour)
CACFP sponsors may need to modify planned meals in order to accommodate participants with disabilities, medical needs or special dietary needs. The course summarizes the responsibilities sponsors have when accommodating participants’ meal requests. The course also discusses medical statements, meal pattern requirements, and accommodating non-disabling special dietary needs.
Managing Diets for Children with Food Allergies in Child Nutrition Programs 2023-2024 (LITTLEB-580) (1 hour)
This training provides an overview of food allergies, an explanation of regulations for labeling food allergens, and a description of best practices for food allergy plans. Participants will practice finding common allergens on ingredient lists and identify practices that will keep children with food allergies from coming into contact with food that could trigger a reaction.
Spend the next hour with us learning about basic food safety and sanitation principles! We’ll review why food safety is an integral part of your operations, the dangers of foodborne illness, and how to apply these lessons to your day-to-day tasks and activities. This course will also cover motivating employees to follow food safety processes and protocols. Feeding children and adults is a noble profession – don’t let a food safety slip mar the reputation of your program!
Feeding Infants in Child Nutrition Programs 2023-2024 (LITTLEB-583) (1 hour)
This course will examine the growth and development of infants and how to make healthy food choices for infants to support this development. We will review breastfeeding, bottle feeding and introduction to solid foods. Participants will be able to select healthy menus and understand the CACFP meal patterns for infants.