Once a student has successfully completed the orientation sessions and continues to work in child care, he or she becomes eligible for financial assistance in college classes that can help prepare the student for assessment as a Child Development Associate (CDA).
The CDA credential is a national credential awarded by the CDA Council in Washington
DC. For more information, please go to the CDA Council website at http://www.cdacouncil.org
TECTA is one of the very few programs that offers college credit for CDA training.
See the Career Lattice for listing of classes and additional information.
Contact us if you are interested in applying for financial support or would like more information on CDA.