CCFP Mandatory Annual Training Available Online – September 15th – 24th

The CFM CCFP 2021-22 Annual Training pre-recorded modules are now available online. You should have received an email with your login credentials to access the training. Search your inbox to find the email we sent on Sept. 13th from “noreply@talentlms.com”. If you have any issues please contact Rita Wilson at rwilson@cornerstonefm.org

  1. How To Get Started:
    Go to https://cornerstonefm.talentlms.com/index
  2. Login using the username and password information provided in the email you received from “noreply@talentlms.com” on September 13th

This *REQUIRED annual training is for owners, center directors and/or the person responsible for CCFP meal service and record keeping at your center.

*REQUIRED – If at least one of the required representatives fail to successfully complete this training by September 24, 2021, it will result in non-renewal of your center’s CCFP contract.

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Program Information

Cornerstone Family Ministries

  • Provide technical assistance and training on nutrition, food service operations, program management and record keeping.
  • Review and monitor program services to ensure good nutrition for all eligible enrolled participants.
  • Determine the proper eligibility of enrolled children and maintain the centers enrollment roster in a confidential way.
  • Distribute to the centers all necessary record keeping forms. Collect monthly, all necessary program records for claiming CCFP meal reimbursement.
  • Process monthly claims for sponsored centers. Distribute payments to the center within 5 working days of receipt of monthly reimbursements from the Department of Health

Child Care Centers

  • Prepare and serve age specific meals that meet the meal pattern requirements, or serve meals that are received from an approved caterer. Provide all enrolled children the same meal at no separate cost to the parent.

Florida Department of Health

  • Provide the funding for reimbursement of meals served, determined by the number of eligible enrolled participants and the reimbursement rates set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture

All institutions must be licensed by a federal, state or local licensing authority. An institution may be a: 

  • 1. public agency; 2. private non-profit organization
  • Must have a tax-exempt status (501(c)(3)) from the IRS
  • Private for-profit organization receiving Social Services Block Grant (School Readiness) benefits for at least 25% of enrollment or 25% of licensed capacity, whichever is less

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