You’ve already designed and implemented, or, are in the process of doing so, a great summer program that continues to evolve and attract new students. Your goals for this year are set, brochures are nearing completion, and you’ve begun contacting faculty you would like to participate again in your program this season.
Your school’s summer program is part of your school’s year-round mission to educate and support children. Before your program can open its doors, however, issues of safety and risk must be addressed.
With the final touches about to be added to your program it’s time to think about protecting your students with a well-thought-out risk management review. This two-part Webinar will take a deeper look into the risks attendant to running a Summer Program from your perspective, the program’s CEO, as well as that from the faculty and staff, families and students. The first part will look at the mission and purpose of your school's summer program, crisis planning, business continuation, sexual misconduct, and the use of waivers. Part two will discuss bullying and misconduct, safe use of vendors, important insurance policies to help protect your school, and emergency protocols.
Audience: Facility Managers, Summer Program Directors, Ancillary Program Directors, and Business Managers.
You'll cover these topics and more:
- A “CEO’s” checklist of items to address before opening day
- What is the mission and purpose of your summer program (and how that may inform your activities and structure)
- Crisis planning
- Bullying and Misconduct
- Facilities & fields
- “Safe” use of vendors
- Important insurance policies to help protect your school
Total run time is 60 minutes. The presentation will run approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes designated for Q&A.