La nutrición y el servicio de alimentación en los ambientes de aprendizaje temprano
Este curso está diseñado para proporcionar información para ayudar al personal del servicio de alimentos, los cuidadores y miembros del liderazgo del programa a desarrollar programas nutricionales positivos y saludables para niños pequeños. Los participantes también obtendrán una mayor comprensión de los requisitos del Programa de Alimentos del Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos (USDA) y la planificación de las comidas en un entorno de educación infantil.
Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, New York
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