Successful Steps in Implementing New Procedures with Staff



Webinar Description: Updating and creating new staff procedures is an inevitable part of a child care owner or director’s responsibilities.  Changes are periodically necessary.  However, very few staff members (or administrators) LIKE change.  Therefore, we tend to feel more comfortable in what we know, even if it’s somewhat painful.  That’s why it’s so important to have input/by-in from staff when changes are required.  This webinar will let us look at a successful process of preparing for and implementing change in staff procedures.


CDA Competency:

Goal VI. To maintain a commitment to professionalism


Learning Objectives:  The learner will be able to

  • Identify at least three reasons that you might need new procedures
  • List three ways that implementing new procedures can fail, and how to avoid a failure
  • Understand a strategy you could take to help staff to understand the need for new procedures
  • Recognize action steps you can take to get staff involved in creating and implementing the new procedures

State Approvals:

Alabama – Accepted Hawaii – Accepted Massachusetts – Accepted New Mexico – Approved South Dakota – Accepted
Alaska – Accepted Idaho Michigan – Approved (Course ID: 116194) New York Tennessee – Accepted
Arizona Illinois – Accepted Minnesota North Carolina – Approved Texas
Arkansas Indiana – Accepted Mississippi – Pending North Dakota Utah
California – Accepted Iowa Missouri Ohio – Accepted Vermont
Colorado Kansas Montana Oklahoma Virginia
Connecticut Kentucky – DCC Approved Event Nebraska Oregon – Accepted Washington
Delaware – Accepted Louisiana Nevada Pennsylvania West Virginia
Florida – Accepted  Maine – Accepted for Elective Training in PDP New Hampshire – Accepted Rhode Island Wisconsin – Approved (Course ID: 271092)
Georgia Maryland New Jersey South Carolina – Pending Wyoming – STARS Approved (Primary Knowledge Area: Professionalism & Leadership)

**When in doubt, please check with your licensing rep to make sure the webinar will count toward your annual clock hours.