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School Nutrition Team Training

Overview

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Professional Development training is important to stay up-to-date and well-versed on various school nutrition subjects. Check out the topics below to learn more about the types of training offered by the School Nutrition Team.

Please note, DPI SNT is not an accredited provider for the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) and therefore DPI SNT trainings cannot be used for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit for CDR. However, all DPI SNT trainings can be used towards professional standards hours, GOALS requirements, and SNA-WI CEUs. For SNA-WI CEUs, the training must be at least 60 minutes.
 
For further information regarding SNA-WI CEUs contact
Pamela J. Harris MS, RDN
SNA-WI Education Committee Chair
(262) 363-6200 ext. 25601
 
Announcements (SSO, ServSafe)

All schools or districts may participate in the Seamless Summer Option (SSO) without meeting traditional area eligibility requirements through June 30, 2022. Learn more about operating the SSO this school year by participating in the newly revamped E-Learning Course. You may count this training towards professional standards hours, but it does not satisfy a specific GOALS requirement.

GOALS

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Visit the GOALS webpage.
Great Beginnings Academy (GBA)

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Great Beginnings Academy helps newly hired managers and directors get off to a great start while creating a network of supportive peers. The School Nutrition Team (SNT) explains USDA School Meals Programs requirements while introducing resources and sharing best practices.

This free training opportunity is prioritized for Food Service Directors and Managers hired within the last 12 months.

The next session will take place September 2022.

Professional Standards
Small Victories
School Nutrition Skills Development Courses (SNSDC)

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Visit the SNSDC webpage.
SNT Online Learning Library
Training Resources
USDA Foods

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Visit the USDA Foods webpage.

The Lifecycle of Farm to School

Interested in building or expanding your school garden(s)? If so, the Lifecycle of Farm to School workshop series is for you! The series includes 8 workshops that teach about stages of a school garden within a year timeframe, with the goal of expanding school gardens and connecting schools with local producers. Learn more by visiting the Lifecycle of Farm to School webpage.

 
 

Training Request

Have a training request for a large group? Fill out a Training Request Form and a member from the Training Team will contact you shortly.