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  • Gemma
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    Thank you!

  • Annalee
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    CH, my state partners with prosolutions with limited training for free......very good deal for us!

  • Alwaysgreener
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    Here is the Q & A plus the PowerPoint slides and recording. http://tomcopelandblog.com/questions...to-you-webinar

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  • Gemma
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    Thank you!

  • Alwaysgreener
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    Here's the webinar. https://register.gotowebinar.com/rec...LRECORDINGLINK

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  • Cat Herder
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    Have you looked at ProSolutions? $99 a year, unlimited classes. All online, print your own certificate. I always print mine to PDF so I can simply add it to our state training site and keep it in case I need to print it again. The tests are pretty straight forward and there is three "paragraphs" to do. They space them out and all they want is a couple sentences on the main idea at each section. Easy peasy. I copy and paste notes into an open word doc for that as I go along to make it fast. The classes all also have printable templates and useful resources. I have used them for over 10 years straight, now. I have been happy with them from day one.

  • Gemma
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    Figures! Thanks!

  • Alwaysgreener
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    Originally posted by Gemma View Post

    Do you know if it counts towards the hours of training requirement? I'm really dragging my feet about that this year
    Depends on if they are issuing certificates. But it doesn't look like that is the case this time.

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  • Cat Herder
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    I just went to the website Child and Adult Care Food Program | USDA-FNS and scrolled down to their "What's new" (bright blue) tabs. Lot's of info about national waivers for onsite monitoring, oversight waivers, collecting race and ethnicity data and tech grant funding. Use the green arrows below "What's new" to scroll through them all.
    Last edited by Cat Herder; 05-25-2021, 10:05 AM.

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  • Gemma
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    Originally posted by Alwaysgreener View Post

    I recommend registering even if you don't plan on watching. After wards he sends out follow up Q&A blog and sometimes a link to the recording. I tend to just watch recordings or read the follow up blog vs watching live.
    Do you know if it counts towards the hours of training requirement? I'm really dragging my feet about that this year

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  • Alwaysgreener
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    Originally posted by Gemma View Post

    I can't do webinar unfortunately, will he be posting on his blog after the webinar?
    I'm already T.1
    I recommend registering even if you don't plan on watching. After wards he sends out follow up Q&A blog and sometimes a link to the recording. I tend to just watch recordings or read the follow up blog vs watching live.

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  • Gemma
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    Originally posted by Alwaysgreener View Post
    This is a link to Tom Blog about changes in the food program

    https://tomcopelandblog.com/what-the...binar-june-8th
    I can't do webinar unfortunately, will he be posting on his blog after the webinar?
    I'm already T.1

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  • Alwaysgreener
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    Oh that makes more sense.

  • Cat Herder
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    Sorry, failure to communicate on my part. My internet is too slow for webinars, I was bummed. I had hoped for a quick read with straight to the point bullets. I have had a long day of writing "sorry, not sorry" letters and I just failed to clarify my point.

  • Alwaysgreener
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    Not to be technical but it's his blog post about his webinar coming.
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