CSNA CEU Information
CSNA CEU InformationCSNA encourages its members to pursue their career development through training, education, and chapter meeting attendance. Continuing education is available through in-person courses, online classes, webinars, and district trainings. At chapter meetings, the Professional Development Chair generally has a list of upcoming training opportunities. A thorough explanation of Credentialing and Certification are on the School Nutrition Association (SNA) Web site and can be accessed through the links on the right side of this page.
Child Nutrition Programs Course CatalogA catalog of online training courses for program operators participating in the Child Nutrition Programs.
CDE CACFP NMP Online Training SeriesThe NSD developed a series of eight online trainings to assist CACFP staff and day care home (DCH) providers with implementing the NMP. Please note, schools that are required to comply with the new preschool meal pattern will benefit from viewing the New Child Meal Pattern in the CACFP online course, because the new preschool meal pattern aligns with the new CACFP child meal pattern.
State sanctioned training for School Food Service personnel are available at the California Department of Education CNIPS Training Web site
Other sources of training are:
Cal Pro NET - San Jose State University Center
Cal Pro NET - University of California at Davis Center
National Food Service Management Institute
(Approved Sponsors and CSNA Chapters are not required to get prior approval. Contact SNA for approved sponsor list.) States approve continuing education courses held within the state for continuing education. Contact the CSNA's Professional Development Chair (contact info below) for further information.
SNA approves continuing education courses offered in more than one state or other organization's national conference as well as all correspondence courses, home study programs and distance education programs.