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Business Expertise for Early Educators
Date:
March 11th, 2017, including 3/25/17, 4/8/17.
Time
9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Location
South Hadley Library, 2 Canal Street, South Hadley
Contact
Sue Hamlett (SHamlett@valleyopp.com)
Cost
45.00
A successful child care business will help your program be more competitive, profitable and better able to serve children and families. In this 15-hour training you will review the skills and knowledge needed to own, operate or manage a successful child care program. At the completion of the training, each participant will have completed scoring their Program Administration Scale, will have completed a detailed and full action plan on ways to improve that score, and will have finished the first draft of their programs business plan. Modules include: Child Care as Business, Being an Effective Business Leader, Personnel, Fiscal Management, Program Planning and Evaluation, Internal Marketing, External Marketing and Putting it all Together.

QRIS Alignment: Leadership, Management and Administration

Date & Place: Saturdays, March 11, 25 and April 8, 2017
South Hadley Public Library
2 Canal Street, South Hadley
Time: 9:00 A.M. – 3:30 P.M.
(Bring your own lunch)
Presenter: Cindy Hutcheson
Credits: 1.5 CEUs; 15 EEC training hours
Audience: GCC, FCC & OST
Cost: $45.00
Core Competency: 7. Program Planning and Development & 8. Professionalism and Leadership
Category of Study: 10. Child Care Policy, 11. Supervision or Staff Development in Early Childhood Education & 13. Child Care Administration


download: Business_Expertise_for_Early_Education_3-11-17.docx
download: Business_Expertise_for_Early_Education_3-11-17.pdf

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In order to register you must supply a PQ Registry #. If you do not have one, please register for one on the EEC Website.

Date of training: March 11

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This training is supported with funding from the Educator and Provider Support (EPS) grant, Department of Early Education and Care.