The Needs Assessment survey is now closed. We are no longer collecting responses. Thank you to all who participated!
Best Starts Workforce Development (WFD) strategy provides training, technical assistance, and peer learning opportunities to build the knowledge and skills of early childhood practitioners, including home visitors, child care providers, doulas, social workers, mental health providers, and others. Learn more about our WFD strategy by reading our one-pager.
We want feedback from King County’s prenatal to five workforce!
It is an ongoing effort for our WFD strategy to seek and incorporate community input. In collaboration with WestEd, we are conducting a survey to learn more about the needs and experiences of King County’s prenatal to five workforce. The Needs Assessment survey contains questions regarding:
- The extent to how well WFD’s services met King County’s prenatal to five workforce professional development needs
- Areas of improvement
- Potential programs for future programming
We encourage all members of King County’s workforce, serving prenatal to five children, families, and communities to respond to the survey. The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. You may complete the survey as individuals or community-based organizations.
The deadline to complete this survey is Friday, November 18.
If you are interested in setting up a time for a short conversation to share more about your training and support needs, please reach out to Debbie Igunbor at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are excited to talk with you and hear more about your needs! Anyone who engages in this conversation/interview will receive a $75 stipend.
WestEd will collect the data, analyze and disseminate the results. We are excited to have these results contribute to WFD’s strategic planning for 2023 and beyond.
If you have any questions, please contact Debbie Igunbor at email@example.com.