EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
Central Tech Sapulpa is offering quality Child Development Associate training. Blended Classes are set up so that students attend class on Tuesdays at the Sapulpa Campus and any other time during the week the student will complete online assignments from home or work.
Computers are available at Central Tech through the Adults Education office.
The CDA Pathways Curriculum ensures that the students are well prepared to complete the CDA requirements. Classes can be taken in any order except Unit 10, which is offered in May.
Scholarships for CDA Classes are available through the Scholars for Excellence in Child Care program. To see if you are eligible and more information go to http://www.okhighered.org/scholars/career-tech.shtml#1
We are now enrolling for Fall 2019 Contact the Adult Career Development Office with any questions at 918-227-0331.
Class fees do not include book costs. Book prices may vary.
Anyone age 16 or older may enroll in a short-term class on a first-come, first-served basis. Certain restrictions may apply. Costs shown are tuition only. Book/supply costs and special testing fees are not included in the tuition cost. Enrollment is taken by the Adult Education/ACD staff Monday through Thursday from 8AM-9:30PM and Friday from 8AM-4PM.
CDA Unit 5 Ensuring Developmentally Appropriate Practices
This class is designed to assist child care providers in gaining knowledge and skills to promote physical, language, cognitive, creative, social, and emotional growth in young children.
CDA Unit 6 Guiding Children
This class gives child care providers the skills and knowledge necessary to guide children in learning self-control and socially acceptable behavior.
CDA Unit 7 Involving Families and the Community
This class is designed to assist child care providers in gaining skills and knowledge which promote family and community involvement, and partnerships within the early childhood program.
CDA Unit 8 Program Pans and Record Keeping
This class you will learn how to provide developmentally appropriate curriculum plans based on principles of child development.
CDA Unit 9 Developing as an Early Education Professional
This course is designed to adequately equip child care providers with the skills and knowledge necessary to continually improve their job performance as they progress toward becoming an Early Childhood Professional.
CDA Unit 10 Putting It All Together CDA or CCP
The final hours to completing the professional portfolio and applying for a National CDA or Certified Childcare Professional (CCP) Credential. Students meet on campus.