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Supporting Program Sustainability: Introducing the Strengthening Business Practices for Child Care Programs Training-of-Trainers

This presentation highlights the Strengthening of Business Practices curriculum, including topics such as: delivery methods and provider levels. This resource shares how jurisdictions are using the training-of-trainers (TOT), how to request a TOT for your jurisdiction, and understanding future opportunities.

License-Exempt Child Care Providers' Journey through the License-Exempt System

This handout uses a graphic to explain the impacting factors that affect whether providers enter and stay in the license-exempt system. It also shares supports that help providers stay in the license-exempt system.

License-Exempt Family Child Care

This resource outlines how to create a system that supports FCC license-exempt providers while holding them accountable.

Reframing CCDF Quality States

This resource highlights how states are reframing their Child Care and Development Fund quality initiatives, using examples from California, Georgia, Maryland, and Washington.

Reframing CCDF Quality Initiatives

This resource shares how and why states are reframing their Child Care and Development Fund quality initiatives.

Using ChildCare.gov to Support Consumer Education and Engagement

This presentation helps participants learn more about ChildCare.gov resources and what is next for the website. It shares how families are using technology to find care. This resource explains how to leverage ChildCare.gov to support your own state or territory consumer education website. It explores available resources to continue the development of consumer education websites.

Training of Trainers: Strengthening Business Practices for Child Care Programs

This handout shares information about a series for trainers in the early childhood field. The goal of the series is to increase provider’s knowledge of financial management and business operations. Trainers will have the tools to assist center-based and family child care providers.

Introduction to ChildCare.gov

This presentation shares information on ChildCare.gov resources. ChildCare.gov can help families find, select, and pay for child care.

Washington State Department of Children, Youth & Families; Brief Overview of Projects Serving Vulnerable Children (July 2019)

This handout shares information about the projects serving vulnerable children in Washington State. The resource highlights the Early ECEAP, Child Welfare Child Care, Improving the Lives of Children experiencing homelessness, QRIS birth to three quality initiatives, and the Early Childhood Intervention and Prevention Services.

Supporting the Most Vulnerable: Washington Strategies for Increasing Access

This presentation highlights the Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program. This resource shares information on child welfare, children experiencing homelessness and QRIS birth to age three quality initiatives. It also discusses Early Childhood Intervention and Prevention Services, which is programming for children and families exposed to trauma or ACEs.