KidCheck’s Top 5 Blog Posts from 2016
2016 was a banner year at KidCheck! To see what we’ve been up to click here for a recap. We’ve shared it before, but the purpose of our blog is to provide new insights and guidance on using secure children’s check-in, improving child safety in your organization, deliver additional value by sharing topical, relevant, and up-to-date information, increase process efficiency, and assist in creating a positive first impression.
Our goal is to equip you with information that’s easy to understand and implement. It’s always interesting to look back at what we’ve shared over the last year and highlight the posts that you found the most interesting and provided the greatest value.
Here are the top 5 most popular KidCheck blog posts for 2016.
- Volunteer Employee Background Check Policy & Procedures – Background checks can be a challenging topic to discuss. Many times we hear questions such as how often should they be completed, for whom, and are they really important? This post answers all those questions and more.
- Incident Reporting – A Tool Improving Child Safety – A good incident report goes a long way in helping to protect an organization and all the parties involved. Having a well-designed process to document incidents is imperative for improving child safety. This post covers the top-line details of creating and using a good incident report.
- KidCheck Adds New Security Feature on Child Check-In Badge – At KidCheck, we take child security very seriously. This post highlights a security feature added in 2016 on the printed children’s check-in badge.
- Children’s Check-In and Vacation Bible School – This post highlights the ways KidCheck children’s check-in can help support churches at special times like VBS.
- Mobile Check-In Scenarios – The benefits of using a mobile check-in system are limitless. This post covers the top circumstances in which mobile check-in can be used to improve children’s ministry. Plus, we’ve taken mobile a step further with Express Check-In, where parents check-in using their own mobile device.
If there are any blog topics that you’d like to see us cover in 2017, please share in the comments section below.
Once again thanks for your interest in the KidCheck blog. We’re excited to continue to deliver insightful, and useful information.
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