CACFP Administrative Manual Section 12.1Child and Adult Care Food Program Administrative Manual Section 12.1: Training Requirements.
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Section 12: Training
Section 12.1 Training Requirements
All CACFP agencies are required to complete training requirements for the program. For information on these training requirements, refer to CDE MB CACFP-03-2019: Training Requirements for the CACFP on the CDE CACFP Bulletin web page. This MB covers the following topics:
- CDE training for new CACFP agencies
- CDE training for participating CACFP agencies when adding a new program type
- CDE annual mandatory training
- Required CACFP training provided by CACFP agencies
- Documentation requirements
- Consequences if training requirements are not met
- Technical assistance offered by the CDE
- Training Resources
References: 7 CFR, sections 226.6(a)(2), 226.6(b)(2), 226.6(c)(3)(ii)(F), 226.6(c)(3)(ii)(O), 226.15(e)(12), 226.15(e)(14), 226.16(d)(2), 226.16(d)(3), 226.17(b)(10), 226.18(b)(2), 226.19(b)(6), and 226.19(b)(11); MB CACFP-09-2019 Training Requirements in the CACFP; FNS Instruction 113-1