Organizing Your CDA Portfolio
Candidates seeking a national CDA certification, must complete a suggested minimum sequence of modules to cover areas of training required by the National CDA. Candidates must also complete 480 hours of working with children in the age range for which they are being assessed. This seminar is helpful to students interested in obtaining their Child Development Associate Credential. This includes an in-depth review of the functional areas providing the basis for the Child Development Associate competency and gives a step-by-step approach of activities necessary to complete the CDA Assesment process.
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