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Welcome Certified Corporate Trainers Recertification Training 2010. INTRODUCTIONS RULES OF THE ROAD AGENDA REVIEW. Provides: nutrition education referrals to other health services supplemental foods. Serves: W omen Pregnant Post-partum Breastfeeding I nfants Up to 1 year of age

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Welcome certified corporate trainers recertification training 2010

Welcome Certified Corporate Trainers Recertification Training 2010


Welcome certified corporate trainers recertification training 2010

INTRODUCTIONS

RULES OF THE ROAD

AGENDA REVIEW


What is wic s purpose

Provides:

nutrition education

referrals to other health services

supplemental foods

Serves:

Women

Pregnant

Post-partum

Breastfeeding

Infants

Up to 1 year of age

Children

1 to 5 years of age

What is WIC’s Purpose?


Wic program

WIC Program

  • To be on the program, a person must:

    • Live in the state of Virginia

    • Be a nutritional risk

    • Meet income requirements


Goals objectives

WIC Program Changes

October 1, 2009 & Beyond

FAQ’s-Common Myths

Your Role

GOALS & OBJECTIVES


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LET’S TALK ABOUT CHANGE


A fresh new look

A Fresh, New Look

After 30 years, WIC foods changed!!

The Allowable Foods List changed!

The Division of WIC and Community Nutrition Services has changed its name and look also!


Summary of allowable food changes

New Foods

Whole grain bread

Whole grain tortillas

Brown Rice

Fruits and Vegetables (canned or fresh)

Baby Food

Salmon

New Processes

Cash value vouchers

CVV’s Fruits and Vegetable

Clients pay difference

Summary of Allowable Food Changes

Effective October 1, 2009, the Virginia WIC Program implemented the changes mandated by the USDA. The following occurred:


Ross product name label changes

Ross Product Name & Label Changes


Cont d product name label changes

Cont’dProduct Name & Label Changes


Group activity

GROUP ACTIVITY

  • Q & A and FAQ’s

  • Eligible/Ineligible Foods

  • Challenges/Share experiences


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STOP/PAUSE/POWERPOINT PRESENTATION


Let s review

Let’s Review


Minimum stocking requirements overview of changes

Minimum Stocking Requirements Overview of Changes

Effective June 1, 2010, the Virginia WIC Program implemented several changes to the required stocking levels.


Minimum stocking requirements exist for these food categories

Infant Formula

Infant Cereal

Milk

Cheese

Eggs

Juice (Frozen & Liquid)

Cereal (Hot & Cold)

Dry Beans

Peanut Butter

Baby Food/Vegetables & Fruits

Canned and Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

Whole Grain products

Minimum stocking requirements exist for these food categories:

:


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To satisfy these requirements Retailers must have at all times available for purchase:

Contract Formulas

Contract Infant Cereals

Selective brands

Designated store brands

Other WIC approved foods

* Keep shelves stocked or have immediately available on-site to satisfy the minimum requirements at all times during the contract period.


Minimum stocking requirements

Minimum Stocking Requirements

Canned Fruits

2 or more varieties/$15.00 value each variety

Canned Vegetables

2 or more varieties/$15.00 value each variety


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Minimum Stocking Requirements

Fresh Fruits

2 or more varieties/$15.00 value each variety

Fresh Vegetables

2 or more varieties/$15.00 value each variety


Minimum stocking requirement waivers

Minimum Stocking Requirement Waivers

Call or e-mail your WIC Vendor Liaison, to request a formula waiver.

* Waivers are subject to approval and expire after one year.


Store designated brands

Store Designated Brands

REMINDER

  • Approved brands unique to your store

  • RSMS Store Brand Declaration

  • Use of Shelf Labels/Designated Brands


Remind cashiers to read the food instrument and compare items

Remind Cashiers to read the food instrument and compare items


Whole lactose free lactose reduced milk

Whole Lactose FreeLactose Reduced Milk


Low fat or reduced fat lactose reduced free milk

Low Fat or Reduced Fat Lactose Reduced/ Free Milk


On site visits monitoring review form

On-Site Visits/ Monitoring Review Form

  • State Monitor/Observations

  • Minimum Stocking Requirements

  • Shelf Labels/Designated Brands

  • Shelf Prices


The cvv what is allowed

The CVV – What is allowed

  • Fresh fruits and Vegetables

    • Any variety of fresh, bulk fruits and vegetables, including sweet potatoes and yams

    • Bagged salad mixes

    • Bagged vegetables

    • Cut fruits or vegetables


The cvv what is allowed cont

The CVV – What is allowed (cont)

  • Canned Fruits and Vegetables

    • Any variety of canned fruits and vegetables

    • regular or low sodium

    • Without added:

      • Syrup

      • sweetener

      • flavoring

      • fat

      • oil

      • sauce

      • meat

      • pasta, rice, or noodles


Canned fruits and vegetables what is not allowed

Canned Fruits and Vegetables – What is not allowed

  • Cannot buy:

    • russet, white, red, yellow, blue or purple potatoes

    • sauerkraut

    • baked beans, pork and beans, black beans, kidney beans, navy beans, lima beans, split peas, lentils, or other mature legumes

    • soups, ketchup, condiments or relishes

    • pickled vegetables or olives


Fruits and vegetables what is not allowed

Fruits and Vegetables – What isnot allowed

  • Cannot buy:

    • russet, white, red, yellow, blue or purple potatoes

    • items from the salad bar

    • party trays or fruit baskets

    • decorative fruits or vegetables

    • nuts, herbs or spices russet, white, red, yellow, blue or purple potatoes or any mixes containing these type of potatoes

    • products with any ingredients other than fruit or vegetables


Your role in wic

Your Role in WIC

  • Extremely important

  • Annual Training/Federal Requirements

  • Scheduling/Completing Store Training

  • Periodic updates/follow-up with Store personnel


Ahead of the curve

Ahead of the Curve

  • Learning Curves/Styles

  • Training Tips/Techniques

  • Trainer’s Top 10/Best & Worst List


Resources training materials

Resources/Training Materials

  • Cashier Training Guide

  • Vendor Manual for the Virginia WIC Program

  • How to Accept a WIC Food Instrument

  • How to Accept a Cash Value Voucher

  • Annual Retailer Bulletin


Website materials handouts

Website/Materials/Handouts

  • Updated versions that includes all changes.

  • Put in an easily accessible place in your store.

  • Can answer many questions.

  • Free downloads for your use.


Vendor sanction system

Vendor Sanction System

  • Imposed sanctions may include:

    • Warning letters

    • Mandatory training sessions

    • Administrative fines

    • Monetary claims

    • Civil Money Penalties

    • Suspensions, terminations or disqualification from the WIC program


Civil rights

Civil Rights

  • In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, WIC is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

  • WIC authorized retailers are held to this same statute.


Questions

Questions


Summary closing remarks

WIC Program Changes

October 1, 2009 & Beyond

WIC Approved Food List

Minimum Stocking

CVV & FI Handling

FAQ’s-Common Myths

Reimbursement Issues

Incidents/Complaints

Training Tips Challenges

Your Role

Next Steps

Training Materials

Summary/Closing Remarks


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NEXT

STEPS


Welcome certified corporate trainers recertification training 2010

THAT’S ALL FOLKS.

YOU

WERE GREAT!

THANK YOU


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