Schedule a Training Workshop With Tom Copeland

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“When are you coming to our town to conduct a workshop?”

I travel the country doing workshops, giving keynotes, and offering webinars to thousands of family child care providers each year.

My answer to the above question is always, “Invite me to come to your area.” I go where I get asked to go.

My workshops have been sponsored by Child Care Resource & Referral agencies, Food Program sponsors, family child care associations, the military, economic development centers, and more.

I can speak on a variety of topics about the business of child care:

* Record Keeping and Taxes: How to Save Time and Money on Your Taxes

* Contracts and Policies: How to Establish a Business Relationship with Parents

* Marketing Your Business: How to use Social Media Tools to Succeed

* Reducing Your Risks: Legal and Insurance Issues

* Managing Your Money to Reach Your Retirement Goals

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Here are more details on these topics. The specific topics and length of live sessions or webinars can be tailored to fit your needs. You can schedule a single webinar or a series of webinars throughout the year.

For more information, contact my training coordinator Kelsey Mostert-Lambert at the National Association for Family Child Care: kmostert@nafcc.org; 801-886-2322 (ext. 3196). See: How to Schedule a Tom Copeland Training.

Here’s my current Training Schedule.

Participants have appreciated my workshops:

“Tom Copeland is a ‘lifesaver’ to family child care providers across the country, and an outstanding advocate for the best business practices in the field!” – Reva Wywadis, CCR&R, Kansas

“Tom Copeland is a rarity in the field of family child care, a person who truly cares about the providers and has spent 25 years ensuring that he puts at their disposal the tools, knowledge, and information they need to run a successful child care business.” – Greta Raney, MTN home, AFB, Idaho

Tom Copeland – www.tomcopelandblog.com

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  1. went to one of your seminars last year. It was really fantastic. Planning to do it again when I get the chance.

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