CDA® Credentialing System for Home Visitors: Professionalizing your Work in the Field of Home Visitation

May 21, 2024

This FREE session will provide clear, accurate information about the CDA® credentialing system for educators working in home visiting programs. The presenter will discuss the importance of the credential and the professional growth opportunities it offers to home visitors. Look forward to getting up-to-date information regarding all steps involved in the CDA® assessment and credentialing process for home visitors: its components, eligibility and formal education requirements, documents needed, the CDA Verification Visit™ and the renewal process. It’s information that should be of interest to a wide range of folks, including candidates, mentors, directors, coordinators and trainers. Whatever your role, you’re welcome to attend and bring any questions about how to professionalize your work in the home visitation field.

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English | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (ET)

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Spanish | 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM (ET)

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