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Course Catalog

​​​​Below is a list of current and future courses to be accessed in the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS).

Refer to Facilitating a Course and Technology Requirements for more details.

Current Course Offerings​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

FUELING GEORGIA'S FUTURE: MANAGER PATHWAY
The Manager Pathway online training is designed to replace what is formally known as the Core Training-In-Depth (TID) courses. ​

  • Nutrition and Menu Planning
    Description: The purpose of this course is to help learners better understand how foods get their crediting in the National School Lunch, Breakfast and Afterschool Care Snack Program.  It is comprised of three modules.  ​                                                  ​Target Audience: Instructors and Manager Trainees
    Credit Hours: 4​

  • ​​Food Safety and Managerial Control
    Description: The purpose of this course is to describe the food safety regulations and concepts that pertain to a manager. It is comprised of five modules. Please note, this course is not a replacement for Food Safety Manager Certification (i.e. ServSafe).        Target Audience: Instructors and Manager Trainees
    Credit Hours: 5

  • Menu Modifications
    Description: The purpose of this course is to help learners identify when menu modifications must be made, to know the difference between a food allergy and a food intolerance and when a medical statement is needed. It is comprised of three modules.                                                                                                                    ​Target Audience: Instructors and Manager Trainees
    Credit Hours: 4
  • Planning, Production and Service
    Description: The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of production records and why they are important to document compliance with the meal pattern. It is comprised of three modules.                                                                                    Target Audience: Instructors and Manager Trainees
    Credit Hours: 3

  • Financial Management
    Description: The purpose of this course is to help learners develop a deeper understanding of USDA foods, to learn how to identify domestic products, and to understand the role forecasting, purchasing, receiving and storage have on the financial health of the program and how those tasks impact the financial reports.
    Target Audience: Instructors and Manager Trainees 
    Credit Hours: 6

  • Leadership and Customer Relations
    Description: The purpose of this course is to help you identify best practices that you can apply to your school nutrition program in the areas of leadership, team building, customer service, marketing, and communications.
    Target Audience: Instructors and Manager Trainees 
    Credit Hours: 5


​O.N.E. (Orientation for Nutrition Employees) Instructor Resources Course
Description: This Resource course is designed for instructors, to prepare new school nutrition employees during their first year of employment. This course consists of eight (8) "modules" which are groups of training materials, activities, and assignments about basic school nutrition training.                                                                                                    ​Target Audience: Instructors of O.N.E.​                                                                               Credit Hours: 30

Director Development Leadership Program (Formerly NDO) - Online
Description: This training provides information about a broad range of topics that are relevant to a school nutrition director in the areas of administration, operations, nutrition, and marketing & communication. The course consists of 6 modules, and is designed to be completed during the first year after being employed as a School Nutrition Director

Target Audience: New School Nutrition Directors
Credit Hours: 30​