Child care administrators conference held at UNT

Thursday, July 31, 1997

DENTON (UNT), Texas -- Child care administrators -- from daycare center directors to registered home daycare providers -- will gather for training sessions on parent communication, legal and liability issues, custody issues and more at the first "Child Care Administrative Training Conference" Aug. 1 (Friday).The conference takes place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in UNT's Matthews Hall, located on the northwest corner of Avenue A and Highland Street in Denton. "Building Our Way to Total Togetherness" is the theme of the conference, which is co-sponsored by the University of North Texas Center for Parent Education, the First Texas Council of Camp Fire Child Care Training Project, and the Eastfield College Child Care Training Project.Training sessions will be led by Metroplex childcare professionals and academic experts. Topics include: Handling Parent Complaints; Multicultural Issues in Dealing with Parents; Custody Issues (Your Rights as a Child Care Director); How to Respond to Children When They Are in Crisis; Child Abuse Identification and Reporting; and How to Involve Your Parents in Your Board of Directors.Conference cost is $45. Students may attend for $15. Certificates for six training hours are presented upon conference completion. For registration and more information, please contact Stella Winsett with the UNT Center for Parent Education, part of the College of Education, at (940) 565-4646.

UNT News Service Phone Number: (940) 565-2108

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