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CDA: Application and Assessment Preparation (ZCHD-90303)

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MEETING DAYS/TIMES: Friday, 5:30PM-8:30PM
LOCATION: West Campus, Information Commons, Room 114
INSTRUCTOR: Cacey Cottom

A preparation course for the CDA Credential. Students will study the CDA assessment system and review the competency standards for the CDA Credential evaluation. How to complete the direct assessment application, compile the Professional Resource File, distribute and collect the parent questionnaires, select a CDA Advisor, and completion of the Observation Instrument will be covered. Student candidates for the CDA credential may apply in one or more of the following: preschool, family childcare, infant/toddler, bilingual, and/or monolingual Spanish. Each of these areas will be explained in this class.

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Start date

01/13/2023

End date

01/20/2023

Location

West

$ 139.00

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CDA: Competencies 1&4 (ZCHD-90304)

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MEETING DAYS/TIMES: Friday, 5:30PM-8:30PM
LOCATION: West Campus, Information Commons Room 114
INSTRUCTOR: Cacey Cottom

A preparation course for the CDA Credential. Focus on how to establish and maintain a safe, healthy, learning environment for children and how to establish positive relationships with families. Students will learn how to promote good health and nutrition, prevent illness, reduce injuries, arrange materials and space, and establish routines in the preschool environment for learning, exploration, and play. The importance of involving families in programs for children will be emphasized. Course addresses CDA Competencies #1 and #4. Assigned field experiences. Prerequisites: Criminal History and Sex Offender Registry background check and CHLD 1101 or concurrent enrollment.

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Start date

01/27/2023

End date

02/24/2023

Location

West

$ 278.00

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CDA: Competencies 5&6 (ZCHD-90311)

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MEETING DAYS & TIMES: Friday, 5:30PM-8:30PM
LOCATION: West Campus, Information Commons, Room 114
INSTRUCTOR: Cacey Cottom

A preparation course for the CDA Credential. Focus on the management of resources, organization strategies, communication, planning, record keeping, and working cooperatively with others. Making professional and ethical decisions based on knowledge of child development theories, practices, and quality child care services is emphasized. The importance of participation in activities that promote competence, personal growth, and professional development is stressed. The course addresses CDA Competencies #5 and #6. Assigned field experiences. Prerequisites: Criminal History and Sex Offender Registry background check and CHLD 1101 or concurrent enrollment.

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Start date

04/28/2023

End date

05/26/2023

Location

West

$ 278.00

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CDA: Competency 3 (ZCHD-90306)

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MEETING DAYS & TIMES: Friday, 5:30PM-8:30PM
LOCATION: West Campus, Information Commons Room 114
INSTRUCTOR: Cacey Cottom

 

A preparation course for the CDA Credential. Focus on how to promote children's self-esteem and independence and how to help children feel physically and emotionally secure. Children's development of social skills, empathy, and respect for others will be emphasized. Students will learn the relationship between guidance methods and children's individuality, personality, and developmental levels. Prevention of behavior problems and positive guidance techniques are presented. Course addresses CDA Competency #3. Assigned field experiences. Prerequisites: Criminal History and Sex Offender Registry background check and CHLD 1101 or concurrent enrollment.

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Start date

03/31/2023

End date

04/21/2023

Location

West

$ 278.00

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