Professional Standards: Get Schooled on the Rules

August 2015

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 1. _____ will be responsible for monitoring a school district's compliance with the Professional Standards regulation.


            
 2. Annual training for school nutrition professionals has been required by USDA since 1946.
 
           
 3. In SY 2015-2016, manager-level staff will be required to complete _____ hours of annual training. 
 
           

4. School nutrition employees who have worked 20 years or more are exempt from annual training requirements.
 
           

 5. ____ is not one of the four "key areas" for school nutrition training.
 
           
 6. To comply with Professional Standards requirements, all employee training must be provided in a traditional classroom setting. 
 
           
 7.  Copies of _______ are acceptable examples of documentation to show compliance with annual training requirements. 
 
           
8. The hiring criteria for school nutrition directors differs based on four categories of district enrollment size. 
 
                     
 9. The new rule will require school nutrition directors to ________ in order to stay in their current jobs
  
         
 10. 1 SNA Continuing Education Unit (CEU) equals ______ of training for USDA's Professional Standards requirement. 
 
         

 

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