March 18, 2019
New Dates Added! National Launch of the Strengthening Business Practices for Child Care Providers Training-of-Trainers
Due to an overwhelming response, there are two new dates for the overview of the Strengthening Business Practices for Child Care Providers Training-of-Trainers series.
Choose one of the following dates to receive this valuable information:
- March 18, 2019, 1:00–2:00 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time): Register via this Web link.
- March 21, 2019, 3:00–4:00 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time): Register via this Web link.
If you can’t make one of the dates above, please email us at QualityAssuranceCenter@ecetta.info.
The National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance (ECQA Center) is pleased to host the National Launch of the Strengthening Business Practices for Child Care Providers Training-of-Trainers series. The training sessions are intended to support states, territories, and tribes in meeting the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) program regulation about strategies to strengthen the business practices of child care centers and family child care (FCC) home providers and to improve the supply and quality of services.
Each training session includes a trainer’s guide, extensive trainer notes embedded in PowerPoint slides, handouts, lists of additional online resources, and activity materials. Sessions will last from 2 to 3 hours and can be delivered individually or as a series. The sessions were well received in seven pilot-test states and are designed to maximize audience interaction and peer-to-peer learning.
The four topics included in the training-of-trainers series are:
- Budgets, projections, and planning
- Financial reports and internal controls
- Marketing your program
- Staff recruitment and retention.
Trainers will be invited to join a MyPeers community for electronic access to the curriculum and a forum to engage in ongoing dialogue and periodic group discussions. Additional technical support will be available to interested states, territories, and tribes.
Who Should Participate
CCDF administrators are encouraged to participate and share this opportunity with their community child care partners, such as child care resource and referral agencies, technical assistance (TA) and training organizations, state-approved trainers, FCC association and network trainers, professional development systems, colleges and universities, Early Head Start – Child Care Partnership staff, organizations that support small businesses, and other stakeholders.