School Nutrition Program Trainings

Posted: Thu, 05/01/2014 - 1:54pm Updated: Thu, 09/22/2016 - 11:10am
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Online Trainings, Webinars and PowerPoints

 

In-Person Trainings

Procurement Trainings

  • The IDOE is providing 4 Procurement Trainings across Indiana.
  • The intention is to assist stakeholders in identifying key considerations for implementing a fair, open, and cost-effective procurement system in the School Nutrition Program (SNP). The training will also cover the procurement review tool.
  • All trainings are from 9:00am – 1:00pm ET.
  • Attendees will receive credit toward their annual Professional Standards requirements.

Date

Location

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October 4th

Batesville High School
1 Bulldog Blvd., Batesville, IN 47006
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October 6th

Frontier Jr/Sr High School
1 Falcon Drive, Chalmers, IN 47929
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October 12th

Shenandoah High School
7354 W US Hwy 36, Middletown, IN  46356
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October 13th

Elkhart Career Center
2424 California Road, Elkhart, IN 46514

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Indiana School Nutrition Association (ISNA) Annual Conference

Learn, Lead, Succeed - Bridging the Gap - ISNA Annual Conference 2016

Meal Pattern Training

  • The IDOE, in partnership with the Institute of Child Nutrition (ICN), is providing 3 Meal Pattern Trainings for Breakfast and Lunch across Indiana. 
  • The intention of this training is to provide an overview of the Meal Pattern for breakfast and lunch, focusing on Food-Based Menu Planning required for the National School Lunch Program. 
  • Attendees will receive credit toward their annual Professional Standards requirements.
  • For dates and locations and to register, click here.

Basic Culinary Math for School Nutrition Professionals

  • ISNA is partnering with ICN to provide regional trainings
  • The goal of this training is to provide participants the opportunity to review and practice basic culinary math skills.
  • A portion of this training will refresh the participants’ knowledge of the basic math principles of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
  • The remainder of the training will focus on measuring and converting measurements, scaling recipes, and calculating food costs.
  • Real-world scenarios are provided to introduce how each of the mathematical concepts are utilized in school nutrition programs.
  • For dates and locations and to register, click here.