The child safety 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.
Boise, Idaho (PRWEB) October 14, 2014
KidCheck, providers of secure children’s check-in software, is pleased to sponsor the largest children’s ministry virtual conference, the CM Websummit. In addition to sponsoring the conference, KidCheck is also leading a video workshop entitled “Improving Child Safety”, as well as a live presentation on the benefits of electronic children’s check-in.
The CMWebsummit is the largest free online kidmin conference available, offering over 30 workshops across a variety of topics. It takes place October 20-24, 2014, and is put on by PajamaHub, an online children’s ministry community. The goal of the CM Websummit is to bring ministry leaders together online in one place, to share relevant, topical information and resources for those that may not be able to travel to attend the larger, more traditional conferences.
“We’re excited to be a part of the CM Websummit, both as a sponsor and a presenter,” said Alex Smith, KidCheck CEO. “We look forward to sharing actionable child safety best practices that churches can implement in their ministry to increase overall security; as well as discussing more on the many benefits of an electronic children’s check-in system.”
KidCheck’s “Improving Child Safety” workshop is designed to provide churches with insight on the leading concerns around child security and safety. It features Alex Smith, CEO of KidCheck, and 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.
“Implementing a system such as KidCheck’s easy-to-use children’s check-in software is just one of the ways churches can improve security in their children’s ministry,” continued Smith. “The child safety workshop video is designed to cover a broad range of topics such as facility security, volunteer and staff security tips, safety policies and procedures, general childcare safety, implementing security teams, and more.”
KidCheck, Inc. provides secure, web based children’s check-in software and complete check-in station solutions for churches, fitness facilities, and other organizations caring for children. 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.