SNA’s Certificate Program
Have you been thinking about earning your SNA Certificate in School Nutrition? There is no time like the present!
Earning your SNA Certificate in School Nutrition shows your commitment to your profession and helps you stay current on the job.
Take the first step towards your Level 1, Level 2 or Level 3 certificate in School Nutrition by downloading the Certificate in School Nutrition Program Guide (which includes the application) or visiting www.schoolnutrition.org/certificate for all the details. SNA Certificate Program
3 Simple Steps to SNA’s Level 1 Certificate in School NutritionSNS Credential
It is easy to get started towards a Level 1 Certificate, with 3 simple steps:
STEP 1: Nutrition 101: A Taste of Food and Fitness (8-hour training) This course qualifies for SNA core course certification level 1. This training provides a basic overview of nutrition with an emphasis on the importance of balance in daily food choices and the inclusion of physical activity as a key component to good health. The training incorporates a variety of learning activities including short physical activity boosters. (https://theicn.org/icn-resources-a-z/nutrition-101/)
STEP 2: Send SNA a completed application, payment and Certificates of Completion.
STEP 3: THAT’S IT! SNA will send a letter confirming applicants that you have earned your Level 1 Certificate in School Nutrition and then you can share your success using the certificate program celebration tools at www.schoolnutrition.org/certificatesuccess.
Visit www.schoolnutrition.org/certificate for all the details.
The SNS Credential is a mark of excellence and achievement that reflects what it takes to manage school nutrition programs in today’s challenging climate. The SNS Credentialing Exam evaluates candidates’ knowledge and skills required to perform specific job activities related to managing or directing school nutrition programs. Learn more about becoming SNS Credentialed and find a list of the dates and locations for upcoming SNS exams at https://schoolnutrition.org/sns/