KidCheck is truly a leader on child security in ministry, both with their child safety expertise and their easy-to-use secure children’s check-in system.
Boise, Idaho (PRWEB) January 12, 2016
KidCheck, providers of secure children’s check-in software, is leading a workshop entitled “Improving Child Safety in Your Children’s Ministry” at the Children’s Pastor’s Conference, hosted by the International Network of Children’s Ministry (INCM). The Children’s Pastor’s Conference takes place January 20-23, 2016 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The conference is a national event designed for the global kidmin community to gather for learning, inspiration, fun and renewal. It provides a comprehensive learning experience with networking opportunities, inspiring speakers, a multitude of workshops, and access to many ministry tools and resources.
KidCheck’s “Improving Child Safety” workshop is designed to provide insight on the leading concerns around child security and safety. It is led by Alex Smith, CEO of KidCheck, and Angela Lewton, KidCheck’s child safety expert and Facilitator for Darkness to Light. 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.
“The workshop covers a broad range of children’s safety and security topics,” said Alex Smith, KidCheck CEO. “Topics include facility security, volunteer and staff security tips, safety policies and procedures, predator profiles, implementing security teams, and how to handle emergency situations.”
“We are pleased to have KidCheck participate in the Children’s Pastor’s Conference, as a workshop leader, and as a partner,” said Matt Guevara, Executive Director INCM. “KidCheck is truly a leader on child security in ministry, both with their child safety expertise and their easy-to-use secure children’s check-in system.”
“The Children’s Pastor’s Conference is a great opportunity for children’s ministry leaders to join together to increase their knowledge and exchange ideas,” continues Smith. “We’re excited about the opportunity to lead this child safety workshop, to share new ideas and best practices with churches, helping them increase overall security in their children’s ministry.”
KidCheck, Inc. provides secure, web based children’s check-in software and complete check-in station solutions for churches, fitness facilities, and 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.