The Business Side of Child Care (Business Basics)-30 hours/3.0 CEUs

 

 The Business Side of Child Care

A Guide to Starting, Expanding, and Operating 

an Early Childhood Program in North Carolina

 (In person and virtual)

 

  • Are you a new center director or family child care home provider?
  • Do you need a support group?
  • Do you want to learn how to effectively manage your child care business during these interesting times?


This course is 30 credit hours (30 in-service hours/ 3.0 CEU credits) which meets every Monday, April 25 - June 13 from 6:30pm-9:00pm. 

  • 21 hours of classroom instruction (virtual and in-person)
  • 6 hours of outside assignments
  • 3 hours of coaching
  • April 25 (1st class) and June 13 (last class) in person, other dates virtual

 

**Note**
This class does qualify for a 'quality point' toward your licensure upon completion. 

 

 


Register

Registration open through 4/23/2022 Eastern Time (US & Canada)



Details

Come and learn strategies for improving your business practices and gain more confidence in the area of entrepreneurship. Are you seeking 1 quality point toward your star rated license?
This course is 30 credit hours (30 in-service hours/ 3.0 CEU credits) which meets every Monday, April 25 - June 13 from 6:30pm-9:00pm.
-21 hours of classroom instruction (virtual and in person)
-6 hours of outside assignments
-3 hours of coaching
-April 25 (1st class) and June 13 (last class) in person), other dates virtual

This course is an introduction to understanding the critical elements involved with starting, expanding and managing a child care program. It provides a comprehensive coverage of business issues affecting the child care industry, numerous real-world examples to help business owners understand how to apply the business management concepts presented in the curriculum, and incorporates material and activities and shared experiences to help them improve their business practices. Topics to be discussed include start-up and operating budgets, professionalism, marketing, licensure upgrade, bookkeeping, operation policies and procedures, record-keeping, and preparation for tax time with helpful tips.

Target Audience- New directors and family child care providers.

 

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Participants will explain strategies for managing an effective program operation.
  2. Participants will demonstrate an understanding of business practices relative to business goals, objectives and licensing standards.
  3. Participants will discuss basic requirements for an accounting system and basic recordkeeping forms.
  4. Participants will identify local, state and federal resources to increase needed income.
  5. Participants will identify business functions impacting child care business operations.

 

**Note**
This class does qualify for a 'quality point' toward your licensure upon completion. Please call 919-403-6950 if you have questions.


Trainer

Dr. Charlene R. Daye


Questions?

The Professional Development and Training staff are available to assist you and respond to your questions as needed. Please call 919-403-6950 or email professionaldevelopment @childcareservices.org

Training Hours
In-service: hours - 30

Event Cost

Registration is only $65 and open to new directors or family child care home providers.


Location
CCSA Durham

1201 South Briggs Avenue, Suite 200
Durham, NC 27703

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