Training

Learning How To Cook (photo by Woodley Wonderworks)

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The School Nutrition Association offers a rich array of continuing education programs for SNA members and the entire school nutrition community. Whether you’re just beginning your career in school nutrition or seeking to deepen your understanding of the intricacies of school feeding programs, SNA has the resources you need to get started.

  • SNA Webinars – Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act
  • SNF Education Programs and Courses
  • School Nutrition University (SNU)
  • SNF’s Wednesday Webinar Series
  • SNF’s Peer2Peer Connect

 

Professional Development

Child Nutrition Training Academy

Manager Academy        Dates TBA

  • Meets Professional Education Standards for School Foodservice Manager/Director & Level II SNA Certification (earn 70 hours over 2 years)
  • For staff Responsible for day to day management of school meal program such as potential managers, supervisors, head cooks, production and service staff
  • Topics in nutrition, management, communications, operations
  • Managers nutrtion training academy  sign up sheet
  • Early Bird, April 1
  • April 17 deadline
  • May 1 deadline

 

Never Miss Another Webinar

Did you know that SNA Members have access to a library of webinars with over 35 hours of training in all Key Areas? Did you know that every live Webinar Wednesday is recorded and can be accessed by SNA Members at any time?

We appreciate that your time is valuable and that sometimes SNA’s webinar schedule does not fit yours. That’s why Webinars On-Demand are an important SNA resource! With over 35 webinars in all Key Areas, Webinars On-Demand provides the training/CEUs that you need, when you need them.

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Continuing Education Opportunities

The Farm to School Team has created a Farm to School Toolkit webinar series.  The webinars guide participants through the planning process for a farm to school program. The webinars offer questions to consider and helpful resources to reference when starting or growing a farm to school program and useful for schools, school districts, and community partners.  The  first of eleven webinars, Intro to Farm to School: Planning and Building a Team is on January 14th at 12:00 pm CST and will feature guest speaker Steve Merinelli, the Food Service Director from Milton Town, Vermont.  In consideration of everyone’s time, this year’s webinar series will only feature one speaker and will last approximately 30 minutes.   USDA has applied for SNA CEU’s again this year, but at this time have not been able to have webinars approved – yet.  The webinars can be used for Professional Standards though!

 

 

 

 

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