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Childcare class completed

Posted By Nancy Kramer, Wednesday, July 01, 2009
The class finished last nite.  We had about 10 students complete the class. The evaluations were good. The following comments were found on the evaluations:   "we liked the energy of the instructors"  More student involvement is needed. 
 
It was a great taste of whatis to come.  We covered 3 modules in the child care class.  The various  hats you wear as an antrepreneur, marketing of your child care center which included 2 guest speaker who own home based childcare businesses. The final session was on DCFS, food program and revenue and cost projections.
 
I believe many of these students will complete the 12 week program which begins Sept 22, 2009
 
Happy 4th   NK

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1st class

Posted By Nancy Kramer, Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Last night we had our 1st of 3 sessions.  There are 15 students registered.  A couple of students  already have their associate degrees and most are interested in starting a home based child care center.
 
We introduced concepts and Lenore (co-facilitator) shared many resources and experiences with the students.  Lenore really brings a reality to the class and the students really appreciate
her insights. 
 
Excited about next week when we bring a panel of child care providers to the share there insights.  NK

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