KidCheck Secure Childrens Check-In Shares The Power of a Drop-Off Policy and Check-in Benefits

The Power of a Drop-Off Policy and Check-in Benefits

Everyone is responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of the children that attend your program. A drop-off policy is a critical element of a protected ministry. The drop-off policy outlines how your organization intends to accept children and defines what information must be collected ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Why You Need a “Permission to Treat” form in Your Safety Policy

7 Benefits of a “Permission to Treat” Form

It’s vital for organizations serving children and youth to have comprehensive policies in place to address child safety. One often overlooked element is the “Permission to Treat” form. This simple yet powerful tool can make a significant difference in ensuring the well-being of those in ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares 8 Steps to Create a Training Program

8 Steps to Create a Training Program

  We are heading into fall, meaning an increase in new volunteers who need to be trained. Many will be responsible for tasks they have never completed in a system they’ve never worked in. To help new volunteers be successful, you need to increase their knowledge ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Tips to Prepare for An External Emergency

Tips to Prepare for Natural Disasters

During an emergency is the worst time to prepare for one. That’s why an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is essential to the overall safety of the children’s area. An EAP is a written guideline or procedure detailing how your organization intends to respond to different ...
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Emergency Action Plans Part 2 with Dr. Val & Dr. Virginia

Recently we sat down with the Kidmin Doctors, Dr. Val and Dr. Virginia, to discuss emergency response for children’s ministry organizations. Last week we shared Part 1, which called out the benefits of having an Emergency Action Plan for your children’s area and offered some general ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In is Sharing New KidCheck eBook - Optimizing Child Safety in Your Organization

New eBook – Optimizing Child Safety in Your Organization

  So much is happening in the world today. For those leading organizations dedicated to serving kids and youth, it can feel overwhelming trying to create a safe and secure environment. The Optimizing Child Safety eBook is a comprehensive resource packed with valuable information and simple ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares Six Tips for Communicating Health & Safety Information

Six Tips for Communicating Health & Safety Information

Communicating your current health and safety policies as well as upcoming changes in your children’s area is essential because it builds trust, gets everyone on the same page regarding the guidelines, and provides clarity. Plus, if a new policy or change is well communicated and ...
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Five Ways to Participate in National Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month (NCAPM). A time of year to focus on and recognize the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child abuse and neglect (maltreatment). Last week we covered Three Reasons to Participate and how good prevention programs ...
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New Download: KidCheck Candidate Screening Infographic

KidCheck’s goal is always to provide information that helps you get the most out of your secure children’s check-in experience while continuing to increase child safety. The importance of screening candidates who will receive direct access to kids and youth has grown exponentially because screening acts ...
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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Shares 10 Volunteer Recruitment Strategies

10 Volunteer Recruitment Strategies

This is the third in a series of three posts on creating a volunteer recruiting strategy to show your organization is committed to attracting, recruiting, and keeping volunteers. The first post covered six reasons volunteer recruitment is crucial, and the second post eight volunteer recruiting ...
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