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Introductory Training for New CACFP Contractors
New Child Care Centers (CCC)  Minimize 

This is the mandatory training for new independent sites or sponsors of traditional child care centers, emergency shelters, at-risk afterschool care programs, or outside school hours care centers. Both parts 1 and 2 must be completed before a CACFP application will be approved. 

Intro to CACFP for CCC Part 1 of 2

The first online course introduces the intent of the CACFP as well as some of the main organizational eligibility requirements and administrative duties. 

Intro to CACFP for CCC Part 2 of 2

The second online course introduces the serving and claiming of a reimbursable meal.




New Adult Day Care Centers (ADC)

This is the mandatory training for new independent adult day care centers or sponsors of adult day care centers. Both parts 1 and 2 must be completed before a CACFP application will be approved.


Intro to CACFP for ADC Part 1 of 2

The first online course introduces the intent of the CACFP as well as some of the main organizational eligibility requirements and administrative duties. 

Intro to CACFP for ADC Part 2 of 2

The second online course introduces the serving and claiming of a reimbursable meal.

 

New Day Care Home Sponsors (DCH)

This is the mandatory training for organizations that wish to sponsor day care home providers. Both parts 1 and 2 must be completed before a CACFP application will be approved.

Intro to CACFP for DCH Part 1 of 2
The first online course introduces the intent of the CACFP as well as some of the main organizational eligibility requirements and administrative duties.

Intro to CACFP for DCH Part 2 of 2
The second online course introduces the serving and claiming of a reimbursable meal.

Note: If you have questions about the online training or problems taking the training please call the FND Training Unit at (512) 475-0586 or by email at FNDTrainingUnit@TexasAgriculture.gov.

 

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