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  • KidCheck and The Best Week Online for KidMin!

    …Week is a three day, online event. During the three days of training, participants will receive inspiring, challenging, and practical instruction that can help in taking your children’s ministry to…

  • 5 Steps for Easter Follow Up

    …visitors for coming during initial check-in and when you follow up after the event. Of course, a personal handwritten thank you card is always best, but if that’s not possible,…

  • KidCheck Child Safety Workshop Recap

    …volunteers to support your events. Online training is an excellent place to start. You can pre-record your training sessions and send them directly to volunteers or hold live training events…

  • “Keeping Kids Safe” – Webinar Recap

    This week KidCheck participated in the International Children’s Ministry (INCM) “Keeping Kids Safe” online event. The event offered leaders a better understanding of safety and minimizing security risks in children’s…

  • A Recap of KidCheck’s Safety Webinar

    …to prepare is before an incident. Pick up some actionable tips and tricks and steps to take in the event of an emergency. Lockdown Procedures – Learn the who, what, when,…

  • Safety Standards for 2020: The New Normal

    …a secure system in place to check kids in and out is now a standard operating procedure in children’s ministry. Be sure to utilize a system for every event and…

  • New to Kidmin? Make Child Safety a Priority

    …church’s security team. They are a valuable resource for a children’s ministry director in the event of an emergency. Learn what to do in the event of a fire, natural…

  • 3 Essentials to Protect Your People

    …soft targets that can create the most chaos and death for the least expense and manpower.” By soft targets, he meant organizations or events where people gather. These targets have…

  • Annual Child Safety Survey

    …under the age of 12 and refer to anytime they attend a program, event or another gathering. Additional questions for youth groups can be derived from these questions and focus…

  • The Two-Adult Rule – The Preferred Standard for Abuse Prevention

    …must be present at all times. This includes during the normal course of business, a special event, both on or off site, and during combined age group classes. The main…