Managing and Marketing Your Family Child Care Business
Date(s) - Dec 8, 2021
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tri-Cities CCRR, Via Zoom
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This workshop will teach you the basics of managing and marketing as well as using the Internet and social media to help you maximize enrollment and income for your business. As child care providers, the notion of marketing ourselves or our child care setting often makes us feel uncomfortable. Somehow advertising seems out of step with the work we do. The fact is, however, that the ability to market our child care service in tasteful and effective ways is one indicator of a professional child care provider. This workshop teaches providers how to identify, articulate, and sell the benefits of their child care program to potential clients using both traditional strategies and technology. Parents are using the Internet to find child care providers. This workshop is for a person that wants to understand how to fit all the pieces together.
Suitable for all In Home Child Care providers and anyone looking to open a child care..
Professional Development Certificate
Professional Development Certificate Credit Hours
$10.00 members, $15.00 non-members
Registration Contact Email
Registration Contact Phone Number
604-931-3400 ext. 0
Vicki Lepper has been providing child care since 1989 and is a passionate childcare advocate. In 2011, Vicki became a board member for BC Family Child Care Association and she is currently the Co-Chair of “BCFCCA”. Vicki is a facilitator of “Good Beginnings: Professional Development for Child Care Providers” course and has taught this program at various intuitions. Vicki also has presented workshops and is actively involved in her community. Vicki has been nominated for many awards and in 2012, she was the “Individual” recipient of “The Tri-Cities Award of Excellence Working with Young Children” for her exceptional work for making the Tri-Cities a better place for families and children. Vicki strongly believes in quality childcare by sharing her knowledge and experiences with those who have chosen child care as their profession.