In July 2018, SNA will launch an additional Level to the Certificate in School Nutrition program that will serve as a “bridge” between
Level 1 and Level 2. The goal of this new Level 2, would be to help members have a more realistic professional development path and help them strive
toward continued growth and experiences beyond Level 1 requirements.
The new Level 2 will require 46 hours, which is less than the current Level 2 requirement of 86 hours. More details, including a short video and downloadable
documents, about the new Level 2 requirements and what the new level means for current Certificate Holders are available at www.schoolnutrition.org/newlevel.
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