Health and safety coaching project: Mid-year report [Executive summary]
Now in its third year of funding, the Health and Safety Coaching Project (HSCP) continues to support child care providers throughout Minnesota with improving their health and safety practices. The intent of the HSCP is to develop a high-quality coaching model that supports improved health and safety practices by licensed child care providers. The overarching goal of the network is to provide relationship-based coaching, technical assistance, and consultation to licensed child care providers who want to enhance and improve their knowledge of and skills with recommended child care health and safety practices. The Center for Inclusive Child Care (CICC) is responsible for implementing the HSCP, through funding from the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS). CICC has hired experienced coaches to work with child care providers to meet the goals of the project. The evaluation of the HSCP includes data collection from multiple sources. For Year 3 of the HSCP, data collection focuses on both the providers receiving services and on the coaches who support the providers. In Year 3, data are being collected from the following sources: providers' pre- and post-surveys, provider satisfaction surveys after 10 and again after 25 hours of coaching, provider interviews, coaches' pre- and post-surveys, coach interviews, coaches' end-of-event surveys, and Continuous Quality Improvement Plans (CQIPs). (author abstract)
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