| miércoles, 17 de mayo de 2017 |
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Home Visitors Class In Oregon


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

  • CheckPoints™

  • 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

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Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act-It’s a Civil Rights Thing


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.