GA CDA Training

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Georgia CDA Training

What are the benefits of having a CDA Credential in Georgia?

In Georgia

  • having a CDA (plus additional experience) qualifies you to work as a director of a childcare learning center and in a group daycare home.
  • having a CDA qualifies you to work as a teacher/lead caregiver in a childcare learning center.
  • having a CDA qualifies you to work as a provider in a family childcare learning home.

Care Courses CDA training is accepted by the CDA Council for the National CDA but it has not yet been approved for the Georgia DECAL CDA application-fee scholarship. Georgia DECAL Scholars Scholarships approval is not required for training to be accepted by the CDA Council.

Click to learn more about the CDA process. Click to sign up for a free CDA tutorial. Care Courses makes every effort to ensure that all information on our website is accurate. However, we cannot absolutely guarantee the accuracy of licensing information as states frequently update and change their regulations, standards and statutes.

We strongly advise you to consult your state’s childcare regulations prior to pursuing any training.