National CDA Training Launches Fun, Scenario-Based Training for Your CDA License

At NCDAT, we offer child development classes that use a fun, innovative, and scientifically backed method. Learn about our training options at www.nationalcdatraining.com.

Buchanan, United States - June 19, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Learn by doing and have the confidence to address classroom situations or bring your whole childcare center staff on board with this new training.

June 13, 2018 – Buchanan, MI: National CDA Training (NCDAT) is pleased to offer new, scenario-based individual and corporate training to help teachers earn their Child Development Associate (CDA) credential. NCDAT also offers training to help you renew your current CDA license. There is training and support for both the Infant and Toddler CDA as well as the Preschool CDA. All training is 100 percent online to make it available to meet the hectic schedules of working students.

National CDA Training offers a one-of-a-kind “scenario-based” training approach that teaches not only what to do in any given situation, but also how to properly execute techniques in early childhood care and education. This approach is designed to be habit-forming. It teaches your brain to find the most appropriate professional response in a challenging situation based on the scenarios you’ve experienced.

This unique system is scientifically proven to work at all levels of child development. When using a scenario-based training system, your mind believes that it’s truly reacting to each situation. You are getting mental practice. This is further strengthened by a private online community that is available 24/7.

“This Child Development Associate training is proven because teachers aren’t receiving an “information dump”, shared NCDAT owner Mary Wardlaw, “They’re getting numerous opportunities to practice doing things the right way so that when they enter the classroom, they’re confident in every decision that needs to be made.”

As a childcare center or preschool owner, training all your teachers in this method will bring quicker results. Corporate students also benefit from additional training that is included in the program.

All National CDA Training classes are conducted online. Whether out of the country, on vacation or just right around the corner, you can quickly access all the lessons. The modules combine to provide the 120 clock hours of training in the eight required CDA content areas. Please check your state licensing board for specific requirements in your state.

For complete access to National CDA Training, please visit https://www.nationalcdatraining.com.

About National CDA Training: At National CDA Training, our goal is to support teachers. We give them the skills to be more successful in their classrooms and help them to advance in their careers. We do this by offering child development classes that use a fun, innovative, and scientifically backed method. No other child care training company in the world offers training in this format. By creating scenarios that every child care worker will face in the classroom, our teachers naturally acquire the skills to respond effectively, leading to success in the classroom. Learn about our individual and corporate training options, along with our 30-day satisfaction guarantee, at https://www.nationalcdatraining.com

Contact Info:
Name: Mary Wardlaw
Email: mary@nationalcdatraining.com
Organization: National CDA Training
Address: 4775 Erie Drive, , MI, Buchanan, MI 49107, United States
Phone: +1-269-240-0557

For more information, please visit https://nationalcdatraining.com/

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