Learn the ABCs of running a childcare business
|October 3, 2012||Filled under Education||
Interested in becoming a family childcare provider? Learn how to get started at a free class offered through the Childcare and Youth Training and Technical Assistance Program (CYTTAP) in collaboration with University of Vermont Extension at three locations this October.
The three-hour class will cover various aspects of running a home-based daycare including the pros and cons, financial aspects, and ways to childproof a home and supervise children of different ages and stages of growth. Participants will also hear what other family childcare providers have done to develop a successful business and get suggestions for caring for children from military families. Frasier Zahniser, a CYTTAP instructor from Penn State, will teach the class.
Workshop dates and locations are as follows:
Oct. 10–Northwest Counseling and Support Services at the Family Center, 130 Fisher Pond Rd., St. Albans; 6-9 pm
Oct. 11–Central Vermont Medical Center, Conference Room 3, 130 Fisher Rd., Berlin; 6-9 pm
Oct. 13–Child Care Resource of Chittenden County, 181 Commerce St., Williston; 9 am-noon
To register, go to http://extension.psu.edu/cyttap and click on “State Training.” Then select “Vermont” and the desired location. Registrations will be accepted up until the day before the workshop.
If requiring a disability-related accommodation to participate, contact Frasier Zahniser at (724) 662-3141 or by email at email@example.com by Oct. 1. For more information contact Frasier or Dianne Carter, Vermont military child care liaison, at (571) 303-2335 or Dianne.Carter@naccrra.org.