This high-level course will help support early childhood program administrators and family child care owners to strengthen their staff recruiting efforts and improve the ability to retain quality child care employees that support the strong business practices. Explore practices related to recruiting, interviewing, and hiring new employees. Examine how a quality orientation and a well-written employee handbook includes providing effective evaluation and feedback that support program initiatives to provide high-quality programs for children. Strengthening Business Practices Extended: Recruiting and Retaining Staff is the fourth course in a series of four courses and was adapted with permission from the National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance’s Strengthening Business Practices modules. It is recommended to complete Strengthening Business Practices Extended courses in order but is not required to do so.
This two-week training has discussions, offline assignments and required attendance in one of the two live zoom sessions OR a one-on-one support call with the course trainer.
This course is designed for Family Child Care Providers and Childcare center administrators that operate with employees. This course is not intended for center staff.