NCLCCA is excited to announce monthly webinars – a benefit we will offer free of charge to our members in 2021. Save the hassle and cost of registering by renewing or joining NCLCCA today. With 2+ webinars per month, you'll easily save money over the course of the year!
1/26/21: (Free for NCLCCA Members/$15 non-members) Self-Care/Mental Health session with Garry Crites, Executive Director of NAMI-NC Description Below)
2/9/21: (Free for NCLCCA Members/$15 non-members) Provider Leadership Panel: Bring Your Challenges and Let a Panel of Industry Leaders Brainstorm Solutions for You Presented by Jamie Rechkemmer (Childcare Network), (other panelists TBD)
3/9/21: (Free for NCLCCA Members/$15 non-members) Wage and Overtime Laws: What Every Childcare Center Owner Should Know Presented by D. Albert Brannen of Fisher & Phillips, LLP
4/6/21: (Free for NCLCCA Members/$15 non-members) Calculating Tuition To Meet Your Breakeven and Desired Profit Levels Presented by Donna Dailey of Solutions 4 Child Care
12/8: CARES Act requirements for staff by Bert Brannen of Fisher Phillips (Access the recording HERE)
12/15: Drive enrollment through Marketing by Better Beans’s Thad Joiner and Neel Sangupta (Access the recording HERE)
1/12/21: Innovative Child Care Marketing Tips to Attract Prospective Parents to Your Center in a COVID world Presented by Donna Dailey of Solutions 4 Child Care - Info and Zoom Link Below - This is our final, free Webinar! Access the recording HERE)
"Learning to Swim in a World that is Treading Water"
January 26 @ 12pm
Presented by Garry Crites, Executive Director of NAMI North Carolina
(Free for current NCLCCA Members/$15 non-members)
This last year is one that none of us will likely forget. Between the COVID-19 pandemic, the struggling economy, and social unrest, many of us are feeling tired, anxious, and uncertain about the future. It is perhaps even worse for those of us who have responsibility for employees and clients, especially children, because we also have to concern ourselves with their well-being. In this session, Garry Crites, of the North Carolina office of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, will give principles on how to monitor our stress levels, take care of ourselves, and support those around us during a challenging time.
Pre-register Below - Once your membership is validated you'll either receive a webinar link or link to pay...
About Garry Crites: Garry is the Executive Director of NAMI North Carolina. Before coming to NAMI, Garry spent over 20 years at Duke University as a PhD student in Religion and History, as a program director at Duke Continuing Studies, and more recently, as the Director of Operations at Duke’s Talent Identification Program. An ordained minister, Garry is committed to a person-centered approach to NAMI’s mission, whether in affiliate outreach, staff relations, and especially its work among persons affected by mental illness.