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TIPS for Child Care Institute, Inc. goal is to get your CDA Credential in your hand at the end of our course. Our company was founded in 2003 to serve the needs of professionals throughout the early childhood industry. Since we opened our doors, our Blended Learning Cyber Vocational Institute has helped an impressive number of learners change the way they feel about online learning. Our innovative teaching methods help learners really latch onto the material, and take charge of their own learning.  Our students demonstrate their knowledge and implement new strategies day one. We provide a JumpStart into the Early learning and Care Industry. As a Proud Partner of the CDA and Council for Professional Recognition, our courses have been cross-walked and meet the 8 subject areas of the CDA Criteria and assessed to ensure the TIPS CDA JumpStart professional development curriculum meets the necessary 120 hours of educational training that CDA candidates can use towards their credentials. TIPS has a proven track record of creating industry ready professionals with day one implementation of strategies supporting Early care and learning competence and qualification. 

 

We are the only vocational cyber institute to provide Complete Comprehensive live instructional support for students to earn:

 

  • Infant Toddler CDA Credential

  • Pre-School CDA Credential

  • Home Visitor CDA Credential

  • Family Child Care CDA Credential

  • CTI High School CDA Credential

Individualized, 
Learning 
Plans from Decorated Professionals

TIPS for Child Care Institute instructors have worked in model programs throughout the country for acknowledged by AFC for their implementation of PITC, ITERS, ECERS, and HIPPY, through projects funded by AFC and Kellogg for documentation purposes. Our practitioners have a commitment to professionalism and have been trained through our countries best institutes for early childhood development including WEST Ed and the Erikson Institute. Many have documented efforts showing their direct participation in state collaboration offices to create early learning standards, have held officer positions on policy councils and are highly decorated in various states for their efforts and commitment to their work for early learners and school-age children.

 

The following provisions have been supported:

  • §1302.21(c)(1) – Early Head Start center-based service duration

  • §1302.91(e)(4)(ii) – Child Development Specialist staff qualifications

  • §1302.91(e)(6)(i) – Home visitor staff qualifications

Different Students 
Require Different
Approaches to Learning

Our teaching community is made up of a group of talented and creative professionals, who are passionate about creating the best Early Childhood Vocational School with a focus on Praxis Based strategies. TIPS for Child Care Institute, Inc. offers the tools and support necessary for our adult learners to reach their full potential. We adopt and implement the use of research and evidence-based course and framework into every instructional package. Our Vocational Institute is committed to ensuring the integrity of information is not lost in our technology platforms and always strive to use a Blended Learning concept with a combination of self-paced and live instructor-led courses in a Student-Centered Classrooms.

 

Great CDA Curriculum Option To Support:

  • High School Junior and Seniors ECE Prep

  • IB Infancy and Primary School Staff

  • Nannies

  • Au Pairs

  • ECE Curriculum Readiness

  • Early Learning Competence Goals

  • New Hires Needing Extensive  Foundation

  • New CCFD Grantees and Delegates

  • Recruitment Incentives for Expansion

  • Urgent Needs to Maintain Employment

  • State Workforce Initiatives and QRIS Goals

88% of our candidates entered into AA Program feeling prepared.
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Cultivate Excellence
 

NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct provides insight to both ideals and practices. Ideals for when things are good and the principles for when things can be better. Many programs do not require early learning practitioners a NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct training. 

1302.91 Staff qualifications and competency requirements for Head Start Staff

The following provisions have a compliance date of August 1, 2018:

  • §1302.21(c)(1) – Early Head Start center-based service duration

  • §1302.91(e)(4)(ii) – Child Development Specialist staff qualifications

  • §1302.91(e)(6)(i) – Home visitor staff qualifications

 

(a) Purpose. A program must ensure all staff, consultants, and contractors engaged in the delivery of program services have sufficient knowledge, training and experience, and competencies to fulfill the roles and responsibilities of their positions and to ensure high-quality service delivery in ...

TIPS for Child Care Institute is proud to be an eligible training institute for WIOA. Our innovative teaching methods help learners really latch onto the material, and take charge of their own learning. Upon completion of certification, our students are fully prepared for their next step, whether that be continuing their education at a two or four-year college or university or joining the workforce.  We pride ourselves in supporting workforce readiness. Our program enhances the quality of programming and matches the competence requirements for federal program staff. Each instructor and mentor support accountability and mastery of components in an integral platform. Preparing candidates for success throughout their academic career as educators.

 

Students demonstrate:

  • Test-taking skills

  • Academic Honesty

  • Time management

  • Course Accountability

  • College Level Writing Competence

 

TIPS Program Recognizes Certificates and Transcript CEUs from The following Training Institutes:

  • CCEI

  • Pro-Solution (Health and Safety)

  • ServSafe®

  • Red Cross

  • Heart Association

  • Parents as Teachers

  • PITC

  • HIPPY

  • Head Start In-Service

 

 

 

We stay with you until you have your CDA in Hand! 

 

“What’s great about this partnership with TIPS for Child Care Institute Inc. is that they provide the necessary 120 hours of educational training that CDA candidates can use towards their credentials,” said Valora Washington, chief executive officer at the Council for Professional Recognition. “Candidates can also obtain support from TIPS staff for CDA test preparation and in assembling their CDA professional portfolio as part of the credential process." - September 2017

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