Paving the Way to Your CDA!
Earning a CDA® credential demonstrates educators’ knowledge, skills, and abilities in the early childhood education field as well as their commitment to professional development. Designed for working Head Start and Early Head Start professionals, The Academy’s CDA® Training Pathways program gives learners the flexibility and support they need to achieve their goals.
Join us as we share how NHSA is making the CDA credential a smooth process for professionals. Together, we will explore the CDA pathways to determine which path and learning experience is just right for YOU!
We are here to support you as you achieve your goals. To do so, we have created a comprehensive curriculum that includes all of the materials you will need. In this webinar you will get to hear from the course author, 2 graduates, a program leader, and a CDA coach. Please join us to learn how you can pave your way to your CDA!
Moderator: Zuly Vazquez
Zuly is the Manager of Early Head Start Professional Learning at NHSA. She has worked with Head Start, and Early Head Start programs for over a decade, specializing in training, mentoring, coaching, facilitation, curriculum implementation, and management. She worked for several years in the classroom, providing high-quality education to children from different cultures, traditions, and ethnicities. She is a former EHS/HS parent. She has vast experience supporting and providing technical assistance to teachers, family child care providers, education specialists, and families in large EHS/HS programs in Florida and Georgia. Over her career, she designed a supplemental Christian early childhood curriculum, bilingual online lessons, and classroom observation tools and has facilitated early childhood education courses in English and Spanish at the college level. As an active early childhood advocate, she is a board member of her local NAEYC affiliate and Family Child Care Home Alliance of Georgia. She is a senior advisor of Latinas United for the Children of America.