Business Leadership Program for Child Care Providers

Beginning Tuesday, February 19, an exclusive opportunity for Family and Center child care programs will begin.

The “Business Leadership Cohort Program” provides 9-15 hours of approved training at no charge to child care providers.

Free business analysis and consultation is included with the program. Participants will receive training on how to make business decisions, and will receive answers to questions about capacity and program mix updates, tuition rate changes, and other high impact opportunities.

The sessions will be offered at Northland Community and Technical College at 110 Highway One East in Thief River Falls, MN.

The program begins on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, with sessions at 1-4 PM for center directors and 6:30 PM for family providers. The program consists of four sessions.

Preregister by contacting Joan Berntson, 218-766-2738 or joanb@firstchildrensfinance.org.

Click here to download a copy of the one-page event flyer.

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