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SMART Goals include all of the following except;
A goal is a desired result that a director and/or owner, plans to achieve by committing to a vision for the future success of the childcare program.
According to this training, when establishing goals set SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound) goals. Measurable implicates what actions will be taken to achieve the goal and having the proper resources to succeed.
What is a strategy plan? (Choose all that apply)
According to this training, the steps to establish a strategy plan consist of: (Place in order)
There are three types of child care programs, a home, a group, and a center. A home childcare program operates in a residential home of the owner or renter for less than 24 hours per day.
Most states require certain requirements must to be met in order to become licensed to run a home, group, or center childcare program. What is the difference between a home, group or center child care program? Choose the best answer.
According to this training, when considering equipment make sure that all ages are accounted for, because children need a safe and healthy environment that encourages growth and development. Ages include infants, toddlers, preschoolers, school age, and adolescent.
Researching the state rules and regulations that governing health and safety for a child care program, is one way to incorporate a safe environment. What are some other ways to create a safe environment? (Choose all that apply)
Time management, communication, record keeping and maintaining facility equipment plays an important role in the operating procedures. What is operating procedures?
Time management is the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between activities.
Communication is the transmission of ______ and _______ from one individual to another. (fill in the blank)
Barriers to effective communication include all of the following except;
______ is the act of keeping track of important documentation for the overall child care program. (Fill in the blank)
According to this training, why is record keeping important?
Important information and other records should be kept accurate and up-to-date by the owner, director or an authorized staff member. What are some practices that can be followed to maintain records? (Choose all that apply)
Information collected from parent(s)/guardian(s) should be disclosed to other child care programs when the child is transferred to another program or if an individual put in a request for it. A process should be in place so anyone can submit a request for information to be released.
To maintain an effective child care program the owner or director must be willing and able; (choose all that apply)