Home Visitor CDA Zoom Course
Enroll in this course, our hands-on, innovative online CDA Training Program for adult learners of every background. Our qualified and experienced teachers serve as facilitators of the learning process. This is a low tech live instructional course, guiding early childhood professionals by helping to make sense of course materials that support multi-age groups and developmentally appropriate practices. This course encourages them to ask questions and explore solutions as practitioners, and promoting the use of resources outside of the classroom.
- Parenting (CSEFEL) Advocacy and Awareness
- Special Education Law
Session is 12 sessions with a live instructor. Meeting includes homework, research and writing assignments. Must complete 10 hours of out of class assignments prior to next session.
This session is ideal for candidates with great time management skills, with an active caseload, moderate computer skills (must know how to upload and attach documents), and have a coach or mentor on site. Average completion with CDA in hand 4 months.
Academic Honesty Policy:
A class slot must be purchased for each student. All students are expected to act with civility, personal integrity, respect other students’ dignity, rights and property; and help create and maintain an environment in which all can succeed through the fruits of their own efforts. An environment of academic integrity is requisite to respect for self and others and a civil community.
Academic integrity includes a commitment to not engage in or tolerate acts of falsification, misrepresentation or deception. Such acts of dishonesty include cheating or copying, plagiarizing, submitting another persons’ work as one’s own, using Internet sources without citation, taking or having another student take your exam, tampering with the work of another student, facilitating other students’ acts of academic dishonesty, etc.
Sanctions for breaches in academic integrity may range, depending on the severity of the offense from an “F” grade on an assignment or test to an “F” in the course. Severe cases and/or repeat offenses of academic dishonesty may also result in more severe disciplinary sanctions up to and including suspension or expulsion.
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Before you begin, please read our Misrepresentation Policy:
There is an expectation that the Students enrolled in a Certification or Credential Course will attend as scheduled and perform their own work on all assignments. Exams should be taken with honor, integrity, and professionalism. TIPS for Child Care Institute Inc., has a "Zero Tolerance" policy for misrepresentation and unethical behavior.
Misrepresentation includes but is not limited to:
Someone other than the student attending a Credential Course, completing self paced courses or portfolio work.
Publishing in any manner, whether written or oral, course work, class portal, model of the program, hand-outs, assignments, projects, exam questions or results.
The performance or submission of assignments or exams that is not the work of the student.
The decision as to whether student have engaged in misrepresentation is at the sole discretion of TIPS for Child Care Institute. Upon determination of misrepresentation, TIPS for Child Care Institute shall immediately expel the student and block any funding agency from the Course. Any and all MOAs with that Agency and TIPS for Child Care Institute may be subjected to termination any funding will be forfeited with no refund. All monies provided for Credential will be subjected to documentation fee and coaching fees . All students engaging in misrepresentation will be permanently removed.