Annual Training is required for continued participation in Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). At a minimum, the person responsible for oversight of the CACFP must participate in annual training. This training is intended for directors and administrators, and monitors are encouraged to participate. At a minimum, the person responsible for oversight of the CACFP must attend. This training is intended for directors and administrators. Monitors are encouraged to attend.

This training is mandatory; the FY2021 renewal agreement will not be approved until the appropriate person has attended training.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OSPI CNS will be hosting Annual Training virtually. These sessions are hosted on Moodle (a training platform). 

 Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OSPI CNS will be hosting Annual Training virtually. These sessions are hosted on Moodle (a training platform). 

Annual Training is required for continued participation in Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). At a minimum, the person responsible for oversight of the CACFP must participate in annual training. This training is intended for directors and administrators, and monitors are encouraged to participate. At a minimum, the person responsible for oversight of the CACFP must attend. This training is intended for directors and administrators. Monitors are encouraged to attend.

This training is mandatory; the FY2021 renewal agreement will not be approved until the appropriate person has attended training.

This training session is required for Adult Care Center Sponsors. You must complete all steps in this section to meet your training requirements. 

During this webinar, we will cover USDA program updates, hot topics, Civil Rights, and more! 

Those who watch the recorded Annual Training and register with their STARS ID are eligible for STARS credits until 9/30/2020.


Additional recorded sessions are hot topics and are meant to enhance CACFP knowledge - they are not part of CACFP required training.