2008-06-13 / Community

Thirteen Graduates Of BOC Child Care Training

Shown are graduates (back row) Brenda McNeill, Louise Susino, Fariha Mehraby, Kizzy Thompson, Kevin Muir, Project Manager CCBDP; Joyce Turner, Warren D. Gardner, District Director of Senator Malcolm Smith; Annette Cohen, Program Manager CCBDP; Glenda Nesmith, Family Day Care Coordinator, Blanche Progressive Day Care; Marjorie St. Felix and Evita Jordan (front row) Dawn Foster, Felicia Bryant, Deborah Johnson, Vivienne Service, Patricia O'Connor and Teresa Durant. Shown are graduates (back row) Brenda McNeill, Louise Susino, Fariha Mehraby, Kizzy Thompson, Kevin Muir, Project Manager CCBDP; Joyce Turner, Warren D. Gardner, District Director of Senator Malcolm Smith; Annette Cohen, Program Manager CCBDP; Glenda Nesmith, Family Day Care Coordinator, Blanche Progressive Day Care; Marjorie St. Felix and Evita Jordan (front row) Dawn Foster, Felicia Bryant, Deborah Johnson, Vivienne Service, Patricia O'Connor and Teresa Durant. The Business Outreach Center Network, Inc. (BOC) in collaboration with the Blanche Community Progressive Day Care held a graduation ceremony on Thursday, May 15 for the Child Care Business Development Project (CCBDP).

Thirteen individuals completed an intensive nine-week, 45 hour comprehensive program of business training and professional support. Graduates were presented with citations from Assemblywoman Michelle Titus' office and State Senator Malcolm Smith's office.

The free training, provided by BOC, helps licensed or unlicensed home-based child care providers plan and run a successful and wellmanaged child care business. Home-based child care providers are fully licensed and inspected by New York State and must complete a minimum of 30 hours of child care education and training each year. Upon completion of the CCBDP training, the graduates will earn 12 hours, which can be applied to the hours required by New York State.

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