Home Visitors Class In Oregon12:15 AM
Class meets One Week in Portland to support Home Visitors Meet CDA Credential. Class supported by Webinars for those needing extended support.
TIPS for Child Care Institute provides a dynamic CDA Support program aiding Candidates in receiving:
CDA JumpStart Support Program™: (CDA Application Included) $1099
Training In The Bag™ and learning aids
30 Formal Education Clock Hours With Live Instructor Via Webinar Online
TOCLASS™ Learning Management System
Instructional support from our experienced faculty. All of the faculty in this program Meet Educational Requirements as approved by the CDA Council
Access 24/7 to TOCLASS™, our online campus, plus immediate membership in the Child Development Associate (CDA) academic group with EduForums™ and EduChats™.
Your personalized online student homepage and learning portal
Additional resources such as portfolio consultants, Certified Trainers, Early Interventionist, Life Coaches and more**
The comprehensive plan**: (CDA application Included)
This plan also includes the basic plan plus a dedicated support person available for you and/or your center with an individualized action plan to fit the need of the individual provider(s) based on personal timeline and goals as a result of a full needs assessment including:
ability to retain information to meet projected goals
written and verbal communication
confidence with interaction
30 Instructional Webinars with Live Instructor and recording for active participants
1 on 1 Weekly Consultation Available
On-Site visits tools to support demonstration
120 Hours in 30 Sessions
6 Semester College Credits** (for completion of CDA Process)
Must have laptop/tablet to attend.
Note each plan is customized with the provider in mind.
**Comprehensive Plan is $1488 financing options are available through PayPal
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act-It’s a Civil Rights Thing7:00 PM
What is 504? In a nutshell, for a student with a disability: Access and opportunity as equitable as their non-disabled peers. In this workshop the following questions will be answered: What is a 504 plan? Who qualifies for a 504 plan? How does a student qualify? This workshop will cover the basics of the civil rights law, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Participants will learn what a 504 plan is, how to request one, and the difference between a 504 plan and an IEP (Individualized Education Program). Participants will develop an understanding of how a student is determined eligible for a 504 plan, how the plan can be used, what can be included in the plan, what are the parent and student rights, and the options available if a disagreement arises.