KidCheck Leads Children’s Ministry Safety and Security Workshop

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KidCheck, Inc., provider of secure children’s check-in software solutions, will be leading a workshop entitled “Securing Your Children’s Ministry” at the upcoming Northwest Ministry Conference in Redmond, Washington. The workshop is designed to provide churches with insight on leading concerns around child security, and deliver actionable ideas and best practices to help create a safe environment and minimize safety and security concerns. More about KidCheck can be found at http://www.kidcheck.com

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The workshop delivers useful, actionable ideas and best practices to help churches create a safe environment for the children in their care and minimize any possible safety and security issues.

KidCheck, Inc., provider of secure children’s check-in solutions, today announced it will be leading a workshop entitled “Securing Your Children’s Ministry” at the Northwest Ministry Conference in Redmond, Washington which takes place March 22nd – March 24th. The workshop is available to all registered conference attendees.

The workshop is designed to be an interactive discussion to provide churches with insight on the leading concerns around child security and safety. Alex Smith, CEO of KidCheck, will lead the workshop which delivers useful, actionable ideas and best practices to help churches create a safe environment for the children in their care and minimize any possible safety and security issues.

“The workshop is designed to cover a broad range of children’s safety and security topics. While KidCheck provides churches with easy-to-use children’s check in solutions that help increase security; implementing a children’s check-in solution is just one of the ways churches can improve security in their ministry.” said Alex Smith, KidCheck CEO.

Topics of the discussion will include securing your facility, volunteer and staff security tips, safety policies and procedures, general childcare safety, implementing security teams and how to handle emergency situations.

“I’m excited for the opportunity to lead this discussion at the Northwest Ministry Conference,” continues Smith. “It’s important to me both professionally and personally to share the broad wealth of knowledge I’ve gained on children’s security over the years through KidCheck, as well as from my security experience and background as a former police officer. My goal is to provide churches with new ideas and practices they can successfully implement in their ministry to increase their overall security.”

About KidCheck
KidCheck, Inc. provides secure, web based children’s check-in software and complete check-in station solutions for churches and child care professionals. KidCheck is committed to delivering easy-to-use, reliable and secure check-in systems backed by expert, personal service and support. To learn more or to sign up for a demo visit http://www.kidcheck.com.

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