Iowa Training & Workshops

First Children’s Finance understands that child care businesses are difficult to run and face many unique challenges. That’s why we offer practical, hands-on workshops and seminars that address the most critical business topics for family providers and child care centers.

Read testimonials from past Iowa training attendees. If your organization is interested in hosting a training, you may download a flyer describing the First Children’s Finance workshops currently available and contact Heidi at heidi@firstchildrensfinance.org

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Upcoming Training & Workshops

How Can Someone Else Use the Photo I Posted on Social Media?!– February 20, 2019, Waterloo More
How Can Someone Else Use the Photo I Posted on Social Media?!– March 12, 2019, Fort Dodge More
How Can Someone Else Use the Photo I Posted on Social Media?!– March 14, 2019, Chariton More


How Can Someone Else Use the Photo I Posted on Social Media?! It’s in the Fine Print
Social Media is a powerful tool and the benefits should not be overlooked. Child care providers can use social media to communicate with parents and parents can use it to share milestones with family and friends. Photos are especially fun to share on social media and once the child care provider posts them anyone can have access to share or use them again. Wait! Did you just say anyone can use the photos I posted online?

During this session participants will discuss who has the right to use the photos their child care program posts on social media, explore privacy settings, and learn how to make your child care photos less desirable to those that should not have them.

This workshop has been made possible thanks to a partnership with Child Care Resource & Referral and with funding from Iowa Department of Human Services.

 
Dates & Locations:
February 20, 2019, 6:30-8:00 p.m., Waterloo
March 12, 2019, 6:30-8:00 p.m., Fort Dodge
March 14, 2019, 6:30-8:00 p.m., Chariton

Audience: Child care center and preschool directors, assistant directors, owners, managers and home-based providers.

Credit Hours: Provides 1 1/2 hours of Iowa DHS training credit and NAC renewal hours.

Registration: Register through the Iowa Child Care Training Registry at https://ccmis.dhs.state.ia.us/trainingregistry. There is no cost to attend this training.
 

For more information

Angie Rae Duncan, Senior Business Development Specialist
Angie@FirstChildrensFinance.org