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Self-Study CDA Infant-Toddler Certificate
The Self Study CDA Infant-Toddler Certificate meets the 120 clock hours of professional development required by The Council for Professional Recognition in order to obtain the National CDA Credential with a Family Child Care setting. The CDA online training program is comprised of eight Instructional Units. These units focus on the six CDA Competency Standards established by The Council for Professional Recognition.
Upon satisfactorily completing the Self Study CDA Infant-Toddler Certificate program, students should be able to:
- Define the requirements to establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment for young children
- Identify the components to advance the physical, cognitive, communicative and creative development of young children
- Define positive guidance techniques to support appropriate social and emotional development of young children
- List the guidelines to establish productive relationships with families
- Identify the components required to ensure a well-run, purposeful early childhood program responsive to the needs of the participants
- Identify the requirements to maintain a commitment to professionalism
Students enrolled in the Self Study CDA Infant-Toddler Certificate program are assessed using the following methods:
- Competency based multiple choice questions
- Open-ended essay questions
- Student activity and/or observations with written feedback
- End of Course Quizzes in multiple choice format – Students must pass each quiz with a grade of 70 or better to complete the course
- Cumulative Final Exam in multiple choice format – Students must pass with a grade of 70 or better to complete the certificate program
- Must be 16 years of age or older
- Must provide evidence of possessing a high school diploma or GED obtained from institutions accredited and recognized by U. S. Department of Education or be enrolled as a junior or senior in a high school career and technical program in early childhood education. Diplomas earned outside the U. S. or presented in a language other than English must be translated to English by a member of the American Translators Association, an approved credential evaluation agency approved by the Bureau of Educators Certification, or an accredited college/university.
- Must have access to a computer and printer
- Must have a valid email address
- Must be able to speak, read, and write well enough in the language the course is presented in to understand and complete the course material
- Several courses within this program require observation, assessment, and practical application of learning principles in an early childhood learning environment. Students must be working in or have access to an early childhood environment to successfully complete this program.
Textbook is required and must be purchased at the student’s expense.
Essentials for Working with Young Children by The Council for Professional Recognition; 2nd Edition; ISBN: 978-0-9903072-8-0; Approximate Cost: $50
We also recommend students also purchase the CDA Competency Standards – Infant/Toddler Edition book by The Council for Professional Recognition; Approximate Cost $25.
Program Code: 1302-CDAI
Program Length: 125 Hours
IACET CEU Value: 12.5 CEUs
Program Start Date: Rolling Enrollment – Start Anytime
Program End Date: 365 days from enrollment date
Tuition Cost: $775
Application Fee: $75
Total Program Cost: $850
Approximate Book Cost (shipping extra): $50
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