Wisconsin Family Child Care Association
Supporting Family Child Care Since 1982
Family Child Care Accreditation
The Wisconsin Family Child Care Association Accreditation Project is designed to provide training, technical assistance and education to family child care providers to help them achieve NAFCC Accreditation and raise quality of care for the children they serve and the professionalism of their business practices.
In 2016 WFCCA was awarded a contract with the Department of Children and Families, through the Race To The Top Fund Grant, of $10,000 to support the project.
Family Child Care Accreditation Trainings
WFCCA will be hosting NAFCC Accreditation trainings throughout the year to educate providers about the process. In addition, WFCCA Regional Representatives are available to meet with your support group to share an overview of the process and the supports available through the WFCCA Accreditation Project. In addition, regional representatives may be available to present a short overview at other scheduled trainings in your area.
Training Available May 2017!
"Getting the Most out of Your NAFCC Accreditation Journey" is a new three-hour training being offered May 20 in Eau Clair and Milwaukee from 9am to Noon, and on May 25 in Hayward from 6pm to 9pm. The cost is just $10.00 and includes a light meal. Download the flyer for more information.
Family Child Care Accreditation Scholarships
WFCCA Scholarships are available to help cover the fees included in accreditation as well as peer-mentors to help you through the process! Click here for the application form.
Download these documents for more information about Family Child Care Accreditation:
- WFCCA Accreditation Project FAQ
- Accreditation Overview At-A-Glance
- Accreditation Overview At-A-Glance (Spanish)
- Accreditation Self Study At-A-Glance
- YoungStar Accreditation Policies