This course is an overview of the updated CACFP Child & Adult Meal Patterns. Participants will learn about the updated CACFP Child & Adult Meal Pattern requirements. 2 hours.
This training provides an overview of the CACFP infant meal pattern requirements and how the infant meal pattern supports the growth and development of babies during their first year. The course also communicates best practices for feeding infants with a focus on topics such as developmental readiness, hunger and fullness cues, handling and storing breastmilk and infant formula, solid foods, and much more! - 3 Hours
By the end of this training, participants will be able to utilize enrollment and income eligibility forms; recognize the required elements of CACFP enrollment; accurately make eligibility determinations; and create an Income Eligibility Categories Summary. 1 Hour.
This course provides an overview of the grains requirements in the CACFP Meal Pattern. Topics include: recognizing the meal pattern related to grains, identifying creditable and whole grain-rich products, and calculating ounce equivalent grains. 3 Hours
At-Risk Afterschool Meals is a component of the Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) which offers Federal funding to afterschool programs that serve a meal or snack to children in eligible lower income areas. At-Risk Afterschool Meals provide a much-needed service to their communities. They give children a safe place to go after school and nutritious food that gives them the energy they need to concentrate on homework and join their friends in physical educational, and social activities. Take this class to learn more about becoming an At-Risk Afterschool Meals sponsor today! 1 hour
- Teacher: Julie Henry