SNACT Education Committee

is pleased to offer the Institute of Child Nutrition (ICN) class

Nutrition 101: A Taste of Food and Fitness

Saturday, April 29, 2017
Hartford School Food Services Department, 270 Murphy Road, Hartford CT 06114

ICN trainer Lonnie Burt, MS, RD, CD-N will be the instructor.

This class provides a basic overview of nutrition and helps to underscore the importance of nutrition in daily life. The program offers tools for guiding food choices, information on macronutrients and micronutrients, information to assist you in making good diet decisions, and an overview of nutrition issues in the media.

The intended audience of this seminar is anyone who wishes to earn their SNA Certificate in Child Nutrition or any school nutrition professional interest in expanding their knowledge of nutrition.

This is a great opportunity to discover the “why” of the USDA regulations you use everyday with your students!   

Registration begins at: 7:30am Seminar begins at: 8:00am, ends at 5:00pm

This training is open to SNACT members and non members

Cost: $25 per SNACT member. $30.00 per non member

Enrollment is limited to 30 people. Please register by Friday April 14, 2017.

 

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Meals: Breakfast and  lunch are included in your registration

Course materials will be provided.

Key Area: Nutrition 1000     Learning Topic Code: 1320

Credit Hours: 8

This course qualifies for SNA core course certification level 1.

For additional information please contact Denise Di Mare at execdir@snact.org.

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Cancellation: Any person who signs up for a meeting or conference of SNACT, and cancels out, shall not receive a full reimbursement for monies paid.  Any cancellation received two (2) weeks or more prior to the event will receive a refund minus a 25% handling charge.  Any cancellations received less than two weeks prior, or anyone who does not show up, will not receive any refund. A paid registration can be transferred to another person at the same event.

SNACT reserves the right to cancel this training. If SNACT cancels this session registrants will receiving a full refund.

 

Regional Training 

 Spring 2017  Schedule

SNACT Regional Trainings are FREE for SNACT members.

You are welcome to attend any regional training.

Attendees will receive a certificate of CEU completion

which can be used towards fulfilling USDA Professional Standard Annual Requirements

You MUST register in advance to receive a certificate of attendance.  

Dinner is provided by the evening’s industry sponsor.   

SNACT reserves the right to cancel any training with less than 10 participants.

 

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Training Title / Location

Date / Time

Key Area / Instructor

Code

CEU

Dinner By:

Culinary Adventures


Mohegan

Haddam-Killingworth Middle School

451 CT-81, Killingworth, CT

Feb. 15

3:30pm

USDA Key Area: Nutrition

Kim Reynolds

 

 

1220

1 CORE Foods

Portion Size & Offer vs. Serve Essentials

 

Minute Maid

New Milford HS, 388 Danbury Rd, New Milford

 

March 1

3:30pm

KA: Operations

 

Jackie Schipke

2210 & 2220 1  HPC

“Helping to Make Your Vegetables Kid Friendly”

 

Mohegan

Waterford HS

20 Rope Ferry Rd, Waterford

March 15

3:30pm

USDA Key Area: Nutrition & Marketing

 

Maureen Nuzzo

2230 & 4120 1 Thurston Foods

How to get their attention!

 

Yankee

Mansfield Middle School Cafeteria 

205 Spring Hill Rd, Storrs, CT 06268

April 20

3:30pm

USDA Key Area:

Communications and Marketing

 

Kim Reynolds

 4150 1 American Patriot Sales

How to Deal with Allergens

& Gluten Free Diets

 

Charter Oak

Public Safety Academy

1617 King St, Enfield

April 27

3:30pm

 

USDA Key Area: 1: Nutrition

 

Allison Thurston , Mary Ann Lopez & Trish Molloy

1160 2 Thurston Foods

 

USDA Professional Standards Require school nutrition professionals to have the following continuing education credits in the 2016-17 school year:

DIRECTORS

12

HOURS

MANAGERS

10

HOURS

STAFF

6

HOURS

PART TIME STAFF

4

HOURS