SAVE THE DATE

NAFCC CONFERENCE
In Atlanta, GA

July 12 – July 15, 2023

Atlanta

The Future Starts with Us

Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel
and Convention Center

Atlanta, GA

July 12 – July 15, 2023

July 12 Pre-conference Day

Layaway Plan

NAFCC is pleased to offer the option of a layaway plan for the 2023 National Family Child Care Conference. The layaway plan helps members plan to participate in our annual conference. It allows you to take advantage of the early bird registration ($289) and book your hotel accommodations through NAFCC at the discounted rate. This program is a member benefit, and each registered attendee must be a current member of NAFCC to take advantage of this opportunity.

Call for Presenter & Keynote RFPs

Share your expertise and story of success at the 2023 NAFCC Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. We’re looking for proposals that inspire, enlighten and elevate family child care professionals.
Presentation Length Full Conference:

Full conference runs from July 13th – July 15th, 2023. Regular conference sessions are 90 minutes.

Pre-Conference Sessions

Pre-Conference: Accreditation Observer Training

($75 deposit, refundable once attended)

2 Days: Wednesday, July 12 and Thursday, July 13
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Requirements to qualify:

  • An NAFCC Member
  • At least 21 years old
  • One year of experience conducting training for adult learners
  • Participated in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or related training courses in three of the past five years
  • Able to conduct a minimum of 3 observations per year (compensation provided)
  • Available to travel (up to 100 miles or more if necessary) to conduct observations
  • Able to arrive at the 2023 NAFCC conference on Tuesday evening or early Wednesday morning and attend both days of the training

Additionally must meet one of the following requirements:

  • High school diploma with a minimum of 10 years experience in Early Childhood Education; or
  • A degreed professional with a minimum of five years experience in the field;
  • Or CDA credentialed with a minimum of five years experience in the field

Pre-Conference: Accreditation Quality Ambassador Training

($325)

2 Days: Wednesday, July 12 and Thursday, July 13
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Minimum requirements to qualify:

  • An NAFCC Member
  • A High School Diploma
  • At least 21 years old
  • One year of experience conducting training for adult learners
  • Able to arrive at the 2023 NAFCC conference on Tuesday evening or early Wednesday morning

How to Develop Intermediate and Advanced Trainings

$175 per approved participant

One Day: Wednesday, July 12
8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Requirements to qualify:
Please provide a resume that includes evidence of training provided.

Tired of hearing complaints about another beginning level training? Together let’s explore how to develop intermediate (I) and advanced (A) level trainings. Learn how to plan content, methods and engagement strategies that meet the needs of intermediate and advanced learners. During this day-long session enjoy practicing reflection, facilitation, questioning and assessment of learning strategies that will encourage your learners to seek deeper understandings and take responsibility for learning.
Please provide resume that includes evidence of training provided.

Igniting Leadership within NAFCC: Leadership Day & Luncheon

$175 per approved participant

One Day: Wednesday, July 12
11:00 am – 4:30 pm

Minimum requirements to qualify:

Attendees must be approved before enrolling in this pre-conference session. This session is open to conference attendees in the following groups:

  1. NAFCC State Representatives
  2. State or local FCC Association Leaders (staff and board members)
  3. Leaders Shaping Leaders Fellowship Alumni
  4. NAFCC Board Members & Accreditation Council
  5. Emergent Leaders

All leaders in the NAFCC community are invited to an engaging day of learning, networking, and celebration. All sessions will equip participants to apply tools for leading in their community utilizing an equity lens. Lunch will be provided. The first session of the Leadership Day is “Introduction to Emotional Intelligence (EI)”, where participants will hone their ability to perceive, interpret, demonstrate, control, evaluate, and use emotions to communicate with and relate to others effectively and constructively. During the second part of the Leadership Day, participants will be able to opt into break-out sessions, including a two Spanish language track:

Breakout Session 1:

  1. Introduction to Emotional Intelligence
  2. Descubre Los Ingredientes Claves para ser una Líder Efectiva y Exitosa con su Negocio de Cuidado Infantil en el Hogar

Breakout Session 2:

  1. Starting a FCC association for new leaders
  2. Growing your FCC association with NAFCC
  3. Finding and tapping into your inner leader
  4. Convertirse a un Lider Comunitario

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