Pilot online course for select Colorado high schools, as part of the CSU Ag Upskilling program. This course is made available by a grant from Zoma Labs support of the SyncUp Colorado program

Este curso es para proveedores en hogares de cuidado infantil familiar. Esta capacitación en línea incluye videos, cuestionarios cortos y actividades. Tiene dos partes:

  • En la Parte 1: Qué Alimentar a los Niños Pequeños, aprenderá las últimas recomendaciones sobre QUÉ alimentar a los niños pequeños. Estos son los alimentos y las bebidas que se recomiendan. Revisaremos la leche y otras bebidas, granos y proteínas, vegetales y frutas, y azúcar y sodio.
  • En la Parte 2: Cómo Alimentar a los Niños Pequeños, nos centraremos en CÓMO alimentar a los niños pequeños. Revisaremos cómo evitar la asfixia, la alimentación receptiva, la frecuencia de comidas y refrigerios, las elecciones de alimentos y el entorno de alimentación.  

El completer este curso proporciona 1.0 hora de contacto.

Este curso es gratis para los residentes de California. Los residentes fuera del estado necesitan pagar $15 para acceder este curso. Si desea comprar este curso, por favor haga clic en el siguiente botón.


Este curso es para proveedores en hogares de cuidado infantil familiar. Esta capacitación en línea incluye videos, cuestionarios cortos y actividades. Tiene dos partes:

En la primera parte, usted aprenderá sobre las recomendaciones más recientes sobre QUÉ alimentos ofrecer a los infantes. Estos son los alimentos y bebidas recomendados. Repasaremos, como la leche materna, la fórmula láctea y el agua, granos, proteínas, frutas y verduras, así como los alimentos que deben evitarse, como el azúcar y la sal.

En la segunda parte, nos enfocaremos en el CÓMO alimentar a los infantes. Repasaremos la lactancia, la introducción a los alimentos sólidos y las prácticas generales de alimentación saludable. Al terminar estas dos partes, recibirá un certificado por haberlas completado.

El completer este curso proporciona 1.0 hora de contacto.

Este curso es gratis para los residentes de California. Los residentes fuera del estado necesitan pagar $15 para acceder este curso. Si desea comprar este curso, por favor haga clic en el siguiente botón.



The audience for this course is Family Child Care Home Providers for non-California residents. This online training includes videos, short quizzes, and activities. It has two parts.

  • In Part 1: What to Feed Toddlers, you will learn the latest recommendations on WHAT to feed toddlers. These are the foods and beverages that are recommended. We will review milk & other beverages, grains and proteins, vegetables & fruits, and sugar & sodium.

  • In Part 2: How to Feed Toddlers, we will focus on HOW to feed toddlers. We will review responsive feeding, meal & snack frequency, food choices, the feeding environment, and how to prevent choking.

Completion of this course provides 1.0 contact hours. 

For more information please contact dnilee@ucanr.edu.

The fee for non-California residents is $15.  To purchase and enroll, click the following button:



The audience for this course is Family Child Care Home Providers residing outside the state of California. This online training includes videos, short quizzes, and activities. It has two parts: 

  • In Part 1: What to Feed Infants, you will learn the latest recommendations on WHAT to feed infants. These are the foods and beverages that are recommended. You will review beverages such as breast milk, formula, and water, grains and proteins, fruits and vegetables, and foods to avoid such as sugar and salt.

  • In Part 2: How to Feed Infants, you will learn the latest recommendations on HOW to feed infants. You will review breastfeeding, introducing solid foods, and overall healthy feeding practices. 

Completion of this course provides 1.0 contact hours. 

The fee for this course is $15 for non-California residents.  To purchase and enroll in the course, click the following link:

Welcome to this is interactive on-line certificate course!  The 8 sessions will be guided by a licensed, registered Nutritionist.  The course is designed to create Nutrition Ambassadors who promote healthy eating.  Learn how to improve recipes to make them healthier.  The materials, the Instructor, and other participants will help address issues that prevent healthy eating.  Cooking Demonstrations are included.  Recipes can be accessed in advance so that you may gather your  ingredients and cook along with the Instructor.  You will need to email the Instructor to gain access to the Webex meetings.


The Basics of Descriptive Sensory Analysis Course is a comprehensive six module virtual training program that teaches the basics of objective aroma and flavor evaluation. It provides the foundation to successfully conduct objective aroma and flavor analysis on a wide range of products and ingredients. It is also a prerequisite for advanced hop sensory training. Hosted by Roy Desrochers, UVM Extension.

This course contains supplemental activities and videos to the University of California Cooking Academy Curriculum.  Participants should access this course and watch the video associated with the current lesson that they are completing. 

About the Cooking Academy:
Cooking Academy aims to inspire and create action in elementary school age “chefs” by allowing them to engage actively with food, practice basic culinary techniques, and complete and eat healthy recipes from start to finish with guided supervision. The program aims to empower “chefs” to cook and eat healthy foods at home, thereby inspiring their friends and family members to do the same. As a food and nutrition companion guide to the 4-H Cooking 101 curriculum series, Cooking Academy is primarily for upper elementary school students.

This training fulfills the need for the accredited food safety training required in LB 304, part of the Nebraska Pure Food Act.  This course is specific to Nebraska’s laws and may not reflect those in other states or countries.

This training has been endorsed by: The Nebraska Department of Agriculture and The Douglas County (Nebraska, United States) Health Department.

Cost for this training is $25.  Participants must register and pay for the course at this link, then utilize the confirmation code to access course materials.  


This class, developed by Ohio State University Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Educators/Program and Field Specialists, reviews many topics covered in the face-to-face Dining with Diabetes class. However, this class goes "beyond the kitchen" to help you make healthy choices when eating out and grocery shopping. 

You can share ideas and experiences with your classmates, chat with a health professional, and learn about new technology including websites and mobile apps.

You have access to three modules that you can work through at your own pace. The first module addresses carbohydrates and diabetes. The second covers fats and sodium, and the third explains the role of vitamins, minerals and fiber. 

For more information contact Dr. Dan Remley at remley.4@osu.edu

SNAP eligible adult residents of Idaho who take this course will learn about food resource management, healthy eating practices, food safety, financial and nutrition related resources, and physical activity. 


For more information or to enroll please contact: Dr. Annie Roe, University of Idaho, Eat Smart Idaho Director, at aroe@uidaho.edu

This course is for child care providers. This 30-minute online class is a fun and interactive way to learn about the latest recommendations for healthy beverages for children and help child care providers meet the requirements of the California Healthy Beverages in Child Care Act (AB 2084). It includes videos, short quizzes, activities, and covers topics such as milk, types of fruit juice, drinking water, and reading a nutrition label. A professional development certificate will be provided upon completion. The course is free for child care providers located in California and available for child care providers outside of California for a $15 fee.


This course is for child care providers. This 30-minute online class is a fun and interactive way to learn about the latest recommendations for healthy beverages for children and help child care providers meet the requirements of the California Healthy Beverages in Child Care Act (AB 2084). It includes videos, short quizzes, activities, and covers topics such as milk, types of fruit juice, drinking water, and reading a nutrition label. A professional development certificate will be provided upon completion. The course is free for child care providers located in California and available for child care providers outside of California for a $15 fee.

If you wish to purchase this course, please click the following button:



The audience for this course is Family Child Care Home Providers. This online training includes videos, short quizzes, and activities. It has two parts: 

  • In Part 1: What to Feed Infants, you will learn the latest recommendations on WHAT to feed infants. These are the foods and beverages that are recommended. You will review beverages such as breast milk, formula, and water, grains and proteins, fruits and vegetables, and foods to avoid such as sugar and salt.

  • In Part 2: How to Feed Infants, you will learn the latest recommendations on HOW to feed infants. You will review breastfeeding, introducing solid foods, and overall healthy feeding practices. 

Completion of this course provides 1.0 contact hours. 

For more information or to enroll please contact dnilee@ucanr.edu. 

The audience for this course is Family Child Care Home Providers. This online training includes videos, short quizzes, and activities. It has two parts.

  • IPart 1: What to Feed Toddlers, you will learn the latest recommendations on WHAT to feed toddlers. These are the foods and beverages that are recommended. We will review milk & other beverages, grains and proteins, vegetables & fruits, and sugar & sodium.

  • In Part 2: How to Feed Toddlers, we will focus on HOW to feed toddlers. We will review responsive feeding, meal & snack frequency, food choices, the feeding environment, and how to prevent choking.

Completion of this course provides 1.0 contact hours. 

For more information or to enroll please contact dnilee@ucanr.edu. 

Este curso es para proveedores en hogares de cuidado infantil familiar. Esta capacitación en línea incluye videos, cuestionarios cortos y actividades. Tiene dos partes:

En la primera parte, usted aprenderá sobre las recomendaciones más recientes sobre QUÉ alimentos ofrecer a los infantes. Estos son los alimentos y bebidas recomendados. Repasaremos, como la leche materna, la fórmula láctea y el agua, granos, proteínas, frutas y verduras, así como los alimentos que deben evitarse, como el azúcar y la sal.

En la segunda parte, nos enfocaremos en el CÓMO alimentar a los infantes. Repasaremos la lactancia, la introducción a los alimentos sólidos y las prácticas generales de alimentación saludable. Al terminar estas dos partes, recibirá un certificado por haberlas completado.

El completer este curso proporciona 1.0 hora de contacto.

Este curso es para proveedores en hogares de cuidado infantil familiar. Esta capacitación en línea incluye videos, cuestionarios cortos y actividades. Tiene dos partes:

  • En la Parte 1: Qué Alimentar a los Niños Pequeños, aprenderá las últimas recomendaciones sobre QUÉ alimentar a los niños pequeños. Estos son los alimentos y las bebidas que se recomiendan. Revisaremos la leche y otras bebidas, granos y proteínas, vegetales y frutas, y azúcar y sodio.
  • En la Parte 2: Cómo Alimentar a los Niños Pequeños, nos centraremos en CÓMO alimentar a los niños pequeños. Revisaremos cómo evitar la asfixia, la alimentación receptiva, la frecuencia de comidas y refrigerios, las elecciones de alimentos y el entorno de alimentación.  

El completer este curso proporciona 1.0 hora de contacto.

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