What is a CDA good for?
A person with a CDA Credential has demonstrated the ability to meet the specific needs of children, work with parents and other adults, and promote and nurture children’s social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth in a child development program.
Is a CDA the same as an associate’s degree?
Answer: A CDA is not an associate degree but a professional certification issued by the Council for Professional Recognition. Some colleges offer CDA courses that also award college credits which can then be used towards degree programs.
How much does it cost to renew your CDA?
Apply for the CDA Renewal. Once you meet all requirements, you are ready to fill out and submit your CDA renewal application. To apply for CDA renewal online, the fee is $125. To apply for CDA renewal by mail, the fee is $150.
How long does a child development associate CDA last?
The CDA® renewal process gives you the opportunity to reaffirm your competence as Preschool, Infant-Toddler, Family Child Care or Home Visitor Child Development Associate®. A CDA credential is valid for 3 years from the award date. Please note: You must renew your CDA credential before it expires.
Where can I find the cdashig V2.0 Metadata?
CDASHIG v2.0 and CDASH Model v1.0 metadata are available in the CDISC Library Archives section of the CDISC Members Only Area of our web site. If you are an employee of a CDISC Member Organization, you can access this metadata by logging into your account and visiting the Members Only Area in the upper right-hand corner of the web site.
Which is the latest version of the CDASH model?
The latest versions of the Clinical Data Acquisition Standards Harmonization Implementation Guides (CDASHIGs) have been developed in reference to a specific CDASH model. However, the CDASH model is cumulative – each new release builds on the previous model. Therefore, the models are considered backward compatible.