Child Development Association (CDA) Webinar Course
The Child Development Associate (CDA) course is a 120-hour online class designed to help you navigate the requirements to complete your coursework and portfolio for the Council for Professional Recognition's CDA Credential.
The course fee includes unlimited access to the online platform throughout the online class or webinar and the Council for Professional Recognition's Essentials for Working with Young Children.
Class beings May 1st from 6pm-9pm using the ZOOM webinar information emailed with the confirmation and will meet via ZOOM webinar. An orientation will be set up prior to the first class session.
At the completion of the course, you will receive your 120-hour certificate recognized by the Council for Professional Recognition and can apply to receive the CDA credential.
Training for Trainers I: ONLINE
This 40 hour course is presented online through coursesites.com.
Learn basic concepts in adult education and all information about the Georgia Training Approval process.
Training for Trainers II: ONLINE
Intermediate Level Classes
This 20 hour course is presented online through Canvas.
TFT II challenges participants to look at their training plans in a new light and create classes for child care professionals that are thought provoking. This course is designed to be completed following TFT I or for those approved trainers looking to develop Intermediate Level Classes.
You will receive an online link within 24 hours of registration from canvas.instructure.com
Training for Trainers III: ONLINE
Advanced Level Classes
This 20 hour course is presented online through coursesites.com.
TFT III presents participants with several options for developing an advanced level course for child care professionals. Once completed and trainer designation approved, this course will allow trainers to create and teach Advanced Level Courses.
While there is no pre-requisite for taking this course, participants must have a Master's Degree to be approved by the Georgia Training Approval Department as an Advanced Trainer III.
Training for Trainers I Webinar
The Training for Trainers I webinar session is designed with pre-assignments made available immediately upon registration and four webinar sessions in 3-hour sessions,
Support sessions can also be scheduled as needed to complete the course requirements.
Choose the session below.
Training for Trainers I: Face-to-Face
July 12-13, 2023
This 40 hour course is presented in person with pre-assignments leading up to the first class day. Learn basic concepts in adult education and all information about the Georgia Training Approval process.
Lunch is catered by the hotel at no additional charge. The menu will be available the week prior to the conference with all former options.
An optional Adult/Pediatric CPR/Aid/AED online course is offered as an additional session with this class for an additional $80.
Training for Trainers II: Face-to-Face
July 20, 2023
This 20 hour course focuses on researching and writing trainings that inspire participants to think critically about concepts and issues relating to early childhood education. Inspiration to achieve higher levels of learning comes from asking the right questions and raising curiosity!
Training for Trainers III: Face-to-Face
December 10, 2022 Savannah
This 20 hour course propels learning to the highest level by analyzing results from research studies, focus groups, and observations and creating a construct based on the results. The Advanced class can be taken at any time and credit received, however, the Trainer III designation cannot be achieved until a Master's Degree is obtained.
Training for Trainers II Webinar
September 16, 2022
The Training for Trainers II webinar session is a way to re-ignite your passion for training and continue your journey through the training approval system. This 20-hour course begins with online pre-assignments that help you discover the differences in the Beginner and Intermediate trainer designation. Then, the 3-hour webinar will allow you to have face-to-face contact with the trainer.
The final assignment is the creation of an Intermediate Training plan for review.