We’ve made some improvements to the KidCheck Admin Console Mobile App! As a reminder, with the app, there’s no need to use a check-in station or web browser to handle important administrative tasks, because it puts all the necessary data right at your fingertips. By […]
nterested in learning more about KidCheck Express Check-In? It allows parents to check-in children using their mobile device. The Express Check-In feature is part of the overall KidCheck secure children’s check-in solution and helps to reduce lines, improve efficiency, and dramatically increase parent satisfaction.
This month […]
* Here’s an oldie but a goody from the KidCheck archives! Check out this Easter repost from 2017.*
Easter is almost upon us, and it’s never too late to improve child safety! Check out these ten simple tips for keeping your Easter celebration fun and safe.
Over the next few weeks, we’re going to be highlighting the seven elements that contribute to a comprehensive screening process. These elements include:
A written application
A local, state, national and FBI background check
Social media review
Two to three personal references
Face-to-face interview with two or more qualified staff […]
This week KidCheck had the honor of joining the team from INCM for Web Week – The Best Week Online for Kidmin! This event is next-level professional training that draws multitudes of people involved with children’s ministry who are interested in gaining more knowledge, connecting […]
The International Network of Children’s Ministry (INCM) is committed to training and equipping children and family ministry leaders around the globe. They started a movement to connect thousands of ministry professionals with resources that inspire, train, and support the unique needs of each ministry.
INCM is […]
“Children’s check-in is the front door to your organization and has a huge impact on a new family’s decision to return. Directors need to know that people don’t typically return if they’ve had a bad check-in experience. It’s a deal breaker.” Dee Cobia, Vintage Church Los […]
Thank you for checking back! This is the second post in our series, “Gaining Leadership Support for Improving Child Safety”.
In Part #1, we shared some steps on how you can encourage leadership to take child safety and abuse prevention seriously and offer their support. We […]
When sharing information on improving child safety, a question commonly asked is, “How do I get leadership in my organization to take child safety seriously and offer support?” Although it’s a good question, it’s unfortunate in today’s world it even has to be asked. All […]