Sponsor a Workshop by Tom Copeland in Your Town


Taking care of children is only half your job. The other half is taking care of your business.

I can’t help you take care of children, but I can help you become more successful as a business.

If you want to learn how to save more money on your taxes, recruit more families to your program, reduce the risks of running your business, stop parents from owing you money when they leave, or save more money for your retirement – then consider sponsoring one of my webinars or in-person workshops in your town.

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

You can ask one of these organizations to bring me to your area to conduct an weekday evening or Saturday workshop.

Or, you could ask them to sponsor a webinar, or series of webinars, tailored to the needs of child care providers in your area. Participants to a webinar would receive a copy of my power point and handouts.

If you are interested in sponsoring a workshop or webinar for your area, contact my training coordinator, Mandi Hardy (of the National Association for Family Child Care) at membership@nafcc.org; 801-886-2322 (ex 225). For more information about fees and other training details see “Tom’s Training” on the home page of this blog.

My workshop topics include: record keeping, taxes, contracts, marketing, legal & insurance issues, money management and retirement.


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

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