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Now available in print: Professional Standards Training Reward Badges

" October 27, 2021 - Professional Standards training reward badges are a fun way to promote training and recognize staff who have completed training. School nutrition professionals can earn badges by completing training in any of the key areas: Nutrition, Operations, Administration, or Communication/Marketing.
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October 27, 2021Professional Standards training reward badges are a fun way to promote training and recognize staff who have completed training. School nutrition professionals can earn badges by completing training in any of the key areas: Nutrition, Operations, Administration, or Communication/Marketing. Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum badges can also be earned by completing training in more than one key area.

Sticker pages of the training reward badges are now available for school nutrition professionals by ordering the Professional Standards Training Reward Badges packet (FNS303-A) today. 

Sticker pages of the training reward badges will also be included with the printed version of the Guide to Professional Standards for School Nutrition Programs which will be available later this fall.

Check out Team Nutrition’s Professional Standards Resources webpage - a central location for school nutrition professionals to access various resources related to Professional Standards.

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