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Health & Nutrition Services: (CACFP) Child Care Centers
 
CACFP Training for New Staff
An interactive training class designed to provide an overview of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The training targets newly hired staff at child care centers, preschools, head starts, emergency shelters and adult day care centers. Participants in this class will learn; eligibility criteria, recordkeeping requirements, meal pattern for infants and children, how to create healthy menus, and what to expect during the review process. If you will ONLY be operating an At-Risk Afterschool Care Program (e.g. school district, non-profit sponsoring organization), you should register for the program specific at-risk quarterly training, or you may call 602-542-8700 for more information. Attendance at this training class does not replace the annual training requirement. All sponsors are required to train staff on an annual basis in accordance with 7 CRF 226.15(e)(12).

Sep 10, 2014
PHOENIX: 3300 Central Tower, 3300 North Central Avenue, 16th Floor Training Rooms, Visitor Parking at 3300 Garage - Bring Parking Tickets to be Validated
Event Times: 9:00:00 AM - 3:00:00 PM
 
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM
This class is for the owner or administrator of licensed child or adult day care centers wishing to apply for participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) who wish to receive reimbursement for serving well-balanced meals and encourage good eating habits in a CACFP setting. Organizations that participate in the CACFP must help ensure the delivery of benefits to the neediest children or adult day-care participants in the community. The CACFP is available for eligible child-care centers, outside-school-hours programs, adult day-care centers and emergency shelters that serve children in low income areas. CACFP is a federally funded program and all CACFP funds received by approved organizations must be spent on food-related costs for the CACFP. All participating agencies must accurately and timely account for how these funds are utilized. This training provides an overview of the CACFP, defines the goal of the program, who can participate, eligibility requirements, how to submit a complete application, and regulatory administrative and operational requirements. Interested organizations wishing to participate on the CACFP will need to send an owner or administrator responsible for direct oversight of the program to this training. You must submit a copy of your current DHS license, Food Service Kitchen Permit, and last 3 months of bank statements with your CACFP application. This training is not applicable for AT-RISK new applicants. AT-RISK new applicants may contact the CACFP Specialist of the Day for more information at (602) 542-8700.

Sep 18, 2014
PHOENIX: 3300 Central Tower, 3300 North Central Avenue, 16th Floor Training Rooms, Visitor Parking at 3300 Garage - Bring Parking Tickets to be Validated
Event Times: 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
 
CACFP – At Risk Afterschool Meals FY2014 Workshop
This training will be offered to At Risk Afterschool Meals Program New Sponsors only and will consist of a condensed version of Nutrition and Business Track for At Risk Afterschool Meal sponsors not currently participating in the CACFP.

Oct 14, 2014
PHOENIX: 3300 Central Tower, 3300 North Central Avenue, 16th Floor Training Rooms, Visitor Parking at 3300 Garage - Bring Parking Tickets to be Validated
Event Times: 10:00:00 AM - 4:00:00 PM
 
CACFP Training for New Staff
An interactive training class designed to provide an overview of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The training targets newly hired staff at child care centers, preschools, head starts, emergency shelters and adult day care centers. Participants in this class will learn; eligibility criteria, recordkeeping requirements, meal pattern for infants and children, how to create healthy menus, and what to expect during the review process. If you will ONLY be operating an At-Risk Afterschool Care Program (e.g. school district, non-profit sponsoring organization), you should register for the program specific at-risk quarterly training, or you may call 602-542-8700 for more information. Attendance at this training class does not replace the annual training requirement. All sponsors are required to train staff on an annual basis in accordance with 7 CRF 226.15(e)(12).

Oct 15, 2014
PHOENIX: 3300 Central Tower, 3300 North Central Avenue, 16th Floor Training Rooms, Visitor Parking at 3300 Garage - Bring Parking Tickets to be Validated
Event Times: 9:00:00 AM - 3:00:00 PM
 
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM
This class is for the owner or administrator of licensed child or adult day care centers wishing to apply for participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) who wish to receive reimbursement for serving well-balanced meals and encourage good eating habits in a CACFP setting. Organizations that participate in the CACFP must help ensure the delivery of benefits to the neediest children or adult day-care participants in the community. The CACFP is available for eligible child-care centers, outside-school-hours programs, adult day-care centers and emergency shelters that serve children in low income areas. CACFP is a federally funded program and all CACFP funds received by approved organizations must be spent on food-related costs for the CACFP. All participating agencies must accurately and timely account for how these funds are utilized. This training provides an overview of the CACFP, defines the goal of the program, who can participate, eligibility requirements, how to submit a complete application, and regulatory administrative and operational requirements. Interested organizations wishing to participate on the CACFP will need to send an owner or administrator responsible for direct oversight of the program to this training. You must submit a copy of your current DHS license, Food Service Kitchen Permit, and last 3 months of bank statements with your CACFP application. This training is not applicable for AT-RISK new applicants. AT-RISK new applicants may contact the CACFP Specialist of the Day for more information at (602) 542-8700.

Oct 23, 2014
PHOENIX: 3300 Central Tower, 3300 North Central Avenue, 16th Floor Training Rooms, Visitor Parking at 3300 Garage - Bring Parking Tickets to be Validated
Event Times: 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
 
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM
This class is for the owner or administrator of licensed child or adult day care centers wishing to apply for participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) who wish to receive reimbursement for serving well-balanced meals and encourage good eating habits in a CACFP setting. Organizations that participate in the CACFP must help ensure the delivery of benefits to the neediest children or adult day-care participants in the community. The CACFP is available for eligible child-care centers, outside-school-hours programs, adult day-care centers and emergency shelters that serve children in low income areas. CACFP is a federally funded program and all CACFP funds received by approved organizations must be spent on food-related costs for the CACFP. All participating agencies must accurately and timely account for how these funds are utilized. This training provides an overview of the CACFP, defines the goal of the program, who can participate, eligibility requirements, how to submit a complete application, and regulatory administrative and operational requirements. Interested organizations wishing to participate on the CACFP will need to send an owner or administrator responsible for direct oversight of the program to this training. You must submit a copy of your current DHS license, Food Service Kitchen Permit, and last 3 months of bank statements with your CACFP application. This training is not applicable for AT-RISK new applicants. AT-RISK new applicants may contact the CACFP Specialist of the Day for more information at (602) 542-8700.

Nov 14, 2014
PHOENIX: 3300 Central Tower, 3300 North Central Avenue, 16th Floor Training Rooms, Visitor Parking at 3300 Garage - Bring Parking Tickets to be Validated
Event Times: 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
 
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM
This class is for the owner or administrator of licensed child or adult day care centers wishing to apply for participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) who wish to receive reimbursement for serving well-balanced meals and encourage good eating habits in a CACFP setting. Organizations that participate in the CACFP must help ensure the delivery of benefits to the neediest children or adult day-care participants in the community. The CACFP is available for eligible child-care centers, outside-school-hours programs, adult day-care centers and emergency shelters that serve children in low income areas. CACFP is a federally funded program and all CACFP funds received by approved organizations must be spent on food-related costs for the CACFP. All participating agencies must accurately and timely account for how these funds are utilized. This training provides an overview of the CACFP, defines the goal of the program, who can participate, eligibility requirements, how to submit a complete application, and regulatory administrative and operational requirements. Interested organizations wishing to participate on the CACFP will need to send an owner or administrator responsible for direct oversight of the program to this training. You must submit a copy of your current DHS license, Food Service Kitchen Permit, and last 3 months of bank statements with your CACFP application. This training is not applicable for AT-RISK new applicants. AT-RISK new applicants may contact the CACFP Specialist of the Day for more information at (602) 542-8700.

Nov 19, 2014
TUCSON: DOE Office, North Bldg Room 158, 400 West Congress Street
Event Times: 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
 
CACFP Training for New Staff
An interactive training class designed to provide an overview of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The training targets newly hired staff at child care centers, preschools, head starts, emergency shelters and adult day care centers. Participants in this class will learn; eligibility criteria, recordkeeping requirements, meal pattern for infants and children, how to create healthy menus, and what to expect during the review process. If you will ONLY be operating an At-Risk Afterschool Care Program (e.g. school district, non-profit sponsoring organization), you should register for the program specific at-risk quarterly training, or you may call 602-542-8700 for more information. Attendance at this training class does not replace the annual training requirement. All sponsors are required to train staff on an annual basis in accordance with 7 CRF 226.15(e)(12).

Nov 19, 2014
PHOENIX: 3300 Central Tower, 3300 North Central Avenue, 16th Floor Training Rooms, Visitor Parking at 3300 Garage - Bring Parking Tickets to be Validated
Event Times: 9:00:00 AM - 3:00:00 PM
 
CACFP Training for New Staff
An interactive training class designed to provide an overview of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The training targets newly hired staff at child care centers, preschools, head starts, emergency shelters and adult day care centers. Participants in this class will learn; eligibility criteria, recordkeeping requirements, meal pattern for infants and children, how to create healthy menus, and what to expect during the review process. If you will ONLY be operating an At-Risk Afterschool Care Program (e.g. school district, non-profit sponsoring organization), you should register for the program specific at-risk quarterly training, or you may call 602-542-8700 for more information. Attendance at this training class does not replace the annual training requirement. All sponsors are required to train staff on an annual basis in accordance with 7 CRF 226.15(e)(12).

Nov 20, 2014
TUCSON: DOE Office, North Bldg Room 158, 400 West Congress Street
Event Times: 9:00:00 AM - 3:00:00 PM
 
CACFP Training for New Staff
An interactive training class designed to provide an overview of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The training targets newly hired staff at child care centers, preschools, head starts, emergency shelters and adult day care centers. Participants in this class will learn; eligibility criteria, recordkeeping requirements, meal pattern for infants and children, how to create healthy menus, and what to expect during the review process. If you will ONLY be operating an At-Risk Afterschool Care Program (e.g. school district, non-profit sponsoring organization), you should register for the program specific at-risk quarterly training, or you may call 602-542-8700 for more information. Attendance at this training class does not replace the annual training requirement. All sponsors are required to train staff on an annual basis in accordance with 7 CRF 226.15(e)(12).

Dec 10, 2014
PHOENIX: 3300 Central Tower, 3300 North Central Avenue, 16th Floor Training Rooms, Visitor Parking at 3300 Garage - Bring Parking Tickets to be Validated
Event Times: 9:00:00 AM - 3:00:00 PM
 
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM
This class is for the owner or administrator of licensed child or adult day care centers wishing to apply for participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) who wish to receive reimbursement for serving well-balanced meals and encourage good eating habits in a CACFP setting. Organizations that participate in the CACFP must help ensure the delivery of benefits to the neediest children or adult day-care participants in the community. The CACFP is available for eligible child-care centers, outside-school-hours programs, adult day-care centers and emergency shelters that serve children in low income areas. CACFP is a federally funded program and all CACFP funds received by approved organizations must be spent on food-related costs for the CACFP. All participating agencies must accurately and timely account for how these funds are utilized. This training provides an overview of the CACFP, defines the goal of the program, who can participate, eligibility requirements, how to submit a complete application, and regulatory administrative and operational requirements. Interested organizations wishing to participate on the CACFP will need to send an owner or administrator responsible for direct oversight of the program to this training. You must submit a copy of your current DHS license, Food Service Kitchen Permit, and last 3 months of bank statements with your CACFP application. This training is not applicable for AT-RISK new applicants. AT-RISK new applicants may contact the CACFP Specialist of the Day for more information at (602) 542-8700.

Dec 18, 2014
PHOENIX: 3300 Central Tower, 3300 North Central Avenue, 16th Floor Training Rooms, Visitor Parking at 3300 Garage - Bring Parking Tickets to be Validated
Event Times: 9:00:00 AM - 5:00:00 PM
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