Education & Events

Tiny Training Webinar Series

Virtual Training, hosted online, micro-learning for business owners.

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2 hours of Montana Early Childhood Project credit is available for those who attend a minimum of 4 of the 7 offerings for each phase of the series. Multiple phases of live Tiny Trainings are offered per year. Viewing the recordings will not count toward ECP credit.

WEBINARS ARE HELD Every Other THURSDAY FROM 1:30 – 2:00 P.M.

On-Demand Webinars

Tiny Training Webinar Series

Q&A Series: Child Care Licensor and R&R pro

December 14, 2023

Q&A Series: Human Resources

November 30, 2023

Q&A Series: Attorney

November 16, 2023

ChildCareTraining.org Courses

We’ve partnered with ChildCareTraining.org to offer free courses with ECP credits. Click below to enroll!

Our current list of courses:
  1. Child Care Resiliency Training

Upcoming Events

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One-On-One Support

Schedule a Business Consultation

with Senior Child Care Business Advisor Jason Nitschke

Jason joins Zero to Five Montana as our Senior Child Care Business Advisor after eight years in economic development as Vice President with the Great Falls Development Authority (GFDA) and Regional Director of the Great Falls area Small Business Development Center (SBDC). He will be delivering educational opportunities and one-on-one consultation support to entrepreneurs and communities starting, growing, and expanding child care and early education solutions.

Schedule a Community Consultation

with Community Navigator Shelby Whelan

Shelby is a people-person who is excited to continue her community development work as the Community Navigator for Montana Child Care Business Connect. She helped develop and implement community-led projects related to children and families, facilitated a handful of early childhood coalitions and committees, received the 2022 Moving Mountains award, and became invested in the need for early childhood systems change in Montana.

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Montana Child Care Business Connect (MCCBC) supports the start, stability, viability, and expansion of high-quality, early child care businesses in Montana and helps cultivate child care business stability and sustainability.