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Business Success Webinar: Risks Associated with the Outdoor Environment in Child Care Centers
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When: 12:00 PM
Where: Webinar online
United States
Presenter: Bill Coons
Contact: Megan Collier

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Risk Associated with the Outdoor Environment in Child Care Centers

May 18th, 2018     Time: 12pm – 1pm

NCLCCA Members – $10

Earn 1.0 Training Hour

Webinars are online but the audio portion is on your phone (for best audio).
Webinars earn 1 training hour upon successful completion of the evaluation following the webinar.

Bio of Presenter: Bill Coons is a Sr. Loss Control Specialist with a bachelor’s degree in Risk Management and Insurance. Bill manages nationwide loss control for programs with Markel Specialty including child care, charter and independent schools, health clubs and pest control. He is responsible for writing technical articles and newsletters addressing specific loss trends for our niche markets.  He is a Certified Playground Safety Inspector and speaks regularly at various conventions supporting our programs and encouraging best practices for loss control.


Brief Course Description: The outdoor classroom provides children with a chance to learn in a fresh air environment, but it also comes with some exposures to risk, which staff and children are not accustomed to on a daily basis.  Using a standard process for risk evaluation, this session will demonstrate how to apply principles of risk management and loss control to the natural learning environment.  Information provided will equip staff to apply the same principles to their own outdoor classroom environment.  Some of the concepts we will address include: Do you have a plan for THAT?  Now what?  What do I see that could go wrong, and how might I prevent the problem?  The specific exposures addressed may not be new to all attendees, but you will come away with a new way of looking at risk.

All Business Success Series Webinars are 1-hour long and receive 1 hour of DCDEE-approved training.

Upon completion of the webinar you will be emailed a link to an evaluation. Upon submission of the evaluation you'll be redirected to a quiz.  Once the 3-5 quiz questions have been answered successfully the NCLCCA office will be notified and will begin processing your training credit. You may retake the quiz a second time if needed.  You should receive an email with a link to a printable training record within 5 business days.

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