Cyber Vocational Secondary Course

CDA JumpStart Support Program

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This Early Childhood Development course is designed for Secondary School Juniors and Seniors globally interested in working with children 0-5 years old currently enrolled in an Secondary School, IB Board,  Vocational, Home School, Cyber and/or Charter School. The course is an Enriched Virtual Course integrated with theory, child development best practices and practical strategies. Course work is provided using classroom technology, intentional teaching practices, and flipped learning techniques to aid high school students through successful use of online learning tools. Each program includes: Instructor led instruction webinar, live interaction, mock interview, portfolio help and test prep.


Students graduate high school with:

  • Child Development Associate Credential, 6 College Credits*

  • Early Care Teaching Certificate

  • 480 apprentices clock hours

  • background check


Workforce readiness with competence and qualification to work as:

  • Nanny

  • Au Pair,

  • IB Board

  • Cruise Ships

  • Child Care Programs


CDA JumpStart Support Program™: 

  • A CDA Help Training In The Bag™ and learning aids

  • 120 Formal Education Online Courses CEUs

  • TOCLASS™ Learning Management System

  • Instructional support from our experienced Instructors. All of the Instructors in this program Meet Educational Requirements as approved by the CDA Council

  • Access 24/7 to TOCLASS™, our online campus, plus immediate membership in the Child Development Associate (CDA) academic group with EduForums™ and EduChats™.

  • Your personalized online student homepage and learning portal

  • Course Integrated Portfolio Support

  • Course Integrated Test Prep

  • ability to retain information to meet projected goals

  • written and verbal communication

  • confidence with interaction

  • CheckPoints™

  • 24 Instructional Enriched Virtual Class or Hybrid with Live Instructor

  • Child Development Preparation** (Support EHS/HS and NAEYC Centers and CCP Expansion Teachers, Support Staff and Substitutes)

  • Additional resources such as portfolio consultants, Certified Trainers, Early Interventionist, Life Coaches and more**

  • Entrepreneur Leadership Goals to Support  STEAM based Criteria. Students receive  curriculum requirements to include financial literacy,  financial mathematics, financial markets, and advanced budgeting support. It also adds concentrations program management and Home Visitation for students who want to further specialize their career. These are the changes that helped students meet the standard for the STEAM designation.


- Child Development Practices

- Play To Learn

- Family Involvement Strategies

- Coping & Adjustments

- Behavior Intervention Plans

- Multi-Age Group Play


​- Articulation 

- Expressiveness

- Oral-Motor Strategies

- Resonance/Voice 

- Pronunciation 

- Communication 

​Documentation and Support

- Direct observation documentation

- Collaborate with intervention teams​
- Develop techniques to communicate​
- Assist with program modification​
- Provide resources for adult learners

Milestones and Challenges 

- Assessment & Evaluation


- Learning Difficulties

- Cognitive Observations

- School Readiness


- Pervasive Developmental 

- Gross and Fine Motor 

- Developmental 
- Coordination & Balance
- Attention & Concentration
- Learning Problems