Introduction to the Child and Adult Care Food Program (23 minutes)
Learn if your organization is eligible to participate in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and if the children or adults you serve are eligible as well. This webinar describes the benefits, participation requirements and common misconceptions of the CACFP. Is completing the CACFP application toolkit your next steps to receiving financial reimbursement for serving nutritious meals and snacks? This webinar will help you decide.
Civil Rights Training for CACFP At-Risk Programs (25 minutes)
This session covers civil rights requirements for CACFP sponsors. There are four requirements which include: public notification, equal access, racial/ethnic data collection, and annual staff training. Civil Rights compliance is critical and should be reviewed regularly by sponsors. When conducting annual civil rights training, sponsors can use printable PowerPoints: Civil Rights Training-Note Pages – Child and Adult Care Food Program or Civil Rights Training – Child and Adult Care Food Program (slides only).
Knowledge Check: Civil Rights Knowledge Check for CACFP is an optional self-assessment tool for independent learning. After viewing the Civil Rights Training for CACFP video, read the Annual Civil Right Staff Training - CACFP and the USDA Civil Rights Statement and then complete the knowledge check. When 80% or more of the questions are answered correctly, then a certificate of completion will be issued.
Procurement and Financial Recordkeeping (16 minutes)
This session features procurement procedures, nonprofit foodservice operations, revenue and expenses, and recordkeeping. Required sponsor characteristics are discussed, which include financial viability, administrative capability, and internal controls for CACFP program accountability.
Training Log for At-Risk Afterschool Meal Programs - 12/31/18
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