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  • Punjabi | Canadian Diabetes Association – Food Skills for Families
    introduces recipes from other cultures such as mouth watering whole wheat crust pizza made from scratch and hearty beef tacos It s much more than just a cooking program and the classroom setting provides an outlet for community members to connect and form lasting friendships The Punjabi Participant Handbook is translated into Punjabi using a simple dual language format Using this valuable teaching aid participants get a jumpstart on how

    Original URL path: http://www.foodskillsforfamilies.ca/curriculum/punjabi/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Smart Budget | Canadian Diabetes Association – Food Skills for Families
    nutrition and have negative effects on the health of our families Food Skills for Families will help you create healthy meals at a low cost and have fun doing it The best thing is you ll enjoy food that is tastier and more nutritious and you will know exactly what is in it The program features flavourful recipes from around the world and teaches you how to modify recipes and cook from scratch You ll learn how to make salad dressings with what s in your cupboards how to make delicious and healthy roasted vegetables in season and how to add some variety and zip with inexpensive grains as used in minestrone soup You will discover that very good taste and a very smart budget can go hand in hand The following is an excerpt taken from the Food Skills for Families Families on a Smart Budget participant handbook Comments are closed What Participants Say The best part was learning new things I experiment more now especially baking healthy I m not afraid now that it has to be perfect My kids are more involved and helping out We are all getting more fruits and veggies and are more aware

    Original URL path: http://www.foodskillsforfamilies.ca/curriculum/smart-budget/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Active Seniors | Canadian Diabetes Association – Food Skills for Families
    Resources Food Safe Hosts Current Active Hosts Host Resources Becoming a Host Contact Resource Library Food Skills Newsletter Active Seniors When you join a Food Skills for Families program for Active Seniors you will meet new friends reinforce healthy eating habits and enjoy great meals Eating well and staying active is the key to overall great health Food Skills for Families for Active Seniors will teach encourage inspire and inform

    Original URL path: http://www.foodskillsforfamilies.ca/curriculum/active-seniors/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Session Sampler | Canadian Diabetes Association – Food Skills for Families
    Smart Budget Active Seniors Session Sampler Participants Facilitators Facilitator Resources Food Safe Hosts Current Active Hosts Host Resources Becoming a Host Contact Resource Library Food Skills Newsletter Session Sampler Want to see what a session looks like in our most popular program Click on link below to read through Session One of our Smart Budget curriculum Please feel free to contact us at anytime with questions or feedback Food Skills

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  • Participants | Canadian Diabetes Association – Food Skills for Families
    fruits and vegetables every day as a result of taking this course Know more about selecting healthy foods Cook more meals from scratch that include raw or fresh ingredients instead of convenience or packaged meals Have much more confidence in preparing and cooking healthy foods trying new foods applying food safety measures and understanding nutrition facts on food labels What Else Can You Tell Me The program is taught by trained Community Facilitators in kitchen settings within community host organizations throughout BC Food Skills for Families is a six week program and each weekly session is three hours in length One session is a grocery store tour to help participants learn about label reading and where to find healthy fresh and affordable foods Each participant will receive their own handbook full of cooking tips and recipes What Will I Learn About Food Skills for Families offers a core curriculum of best practice information and skills That means that the information you learn has been carefully selected by nutrition and cooking experts to give you delicious healthy food and is taught with proven methods for best results Each session addresses a different topic based on the Canada Food Guide Session 1 Variety for Healthy Eating Session 2 Fabulous Fruits Vegetable and Whole Grain Goodness Session 3 Meat and Alternatives Milk and Alternatives and Healthy Fats Session 4 Planning Healthy Meals Snacks and Beverages Session 5 Savvy Shopping Grocery Store Tour Session 6 Celebration Who Can Participate The program assists participants from the following targeted vulnerable population groups Aboriginal and South Asian communities new immigrants to Canada seniors and people wanting to learn to eat healthy on a smart budget How Can I Participate Community organizations offering the Food Skills for Families program register individuals to participate Click here for list of

    Original URL path: http://www.foodskillsforfamilies.ca/participants/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Facilitators | Canadian Diabetes Association – Food Skills for Families
    and cooking Community Facilitators are professional and lay people who have been trained to deliver the Food Skills for Families program at host location in their community in order to build individual and community capacity The Association has trained a network of over 250 Community Facilitators throughout BC The Food Skills for Families program is taught by a Certified Community Facilitator CF A CF is someone who Possesses a keen interest in healthy food and cooking Confident in the kitchen Is passionate about sharing this with others Is food safe certified Is connected to or employed by a current or potential community host organization Can deliver at least one course per year Comfortable facilitating to a group and effective communication skills Has experience working with a diverse population Aboriginal multicultural low income and seniors Is able to take the three and a half day training in Richmond B C For more details please download the complete Facilitator Role Description For more information on the Certification Program please contact the Canadian Diabetes Association Vancouver office Comments are closed The facilitator was a book of knowledge If someone asked a question and he didn t know the answer he would find out

    Original URL path: http://www.foodskillsforfamilies.ca/facilitators/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Facilitator Resources | Canadian Diabetes Association – Food Skills for Families
    Punjabi Smart Budget Active Seniors Session Sampler Participants Facilitators Facilitator Resources Food Safe Hosts Current Active Hosts Host Resources Becoming a Host Contact Resource Library Food Skills Newsletter Facilitator Resources Invoice CDA T4A Form Direct Deposit Form Link To Community

    Original URL path: http://www.foodskillsforfamilies.ca/facilitators/facilitator-resources/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Food Safe | Canadian Diabetes Association – Food Skills for Families
    expire As of July 29 2013 all FOODSAFE Level 1 certificates issued in British Columbia have a five year expiry date FOODSAFE Level 1 certificates issued prior to July 29 2013 are valid until July 29 2018 To help FOODSAFE Level 1 certificate holders keep their food safety knowledge up to date a short FOODSAFE Level 1 Refresher course is offered online by Open School BC The approximately three hour

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