How do you write a CDA competency statement?

How do you write a CDA competency statement?

A statement of competency should describe your understanding and knowledge in one of the CDA Competency Goals, as well as demonstrate how you are competent to care for young children by giving specific examples of the things you do in your work with children and families. Write clear goals for each Functional Area.

What is the purpose of the reflective statements of competence?

Your Reflective Competency Statements are a key part of your Professional Portfolio and you want to take the time to write them well. You will write six statements, one for each Competency Standard. Your statements are intended to reflect your own teaching practices in each of the CDA Competency Standards areas.

What are the CDA competency standards?

The CDA Competency Standards are the national standards used to evaluate a caregiver’s performance with children and families during the CDA assessment process. The Competency Standards are divided into six Competency Goals, which are statements of a general purpose or goal for caregiver behavior.

What is an example of a competency?

Competency example: Title: Develop customer relationships. Definition: As part of the Sales process, the ability to create a lasting relationship with customers via interactions is integral to the role. Sub-competencies: Ability to communicate effectively with customers. Behaviors: Emotional intelligence.

What is a competency standard?

Competency Standards are used by professions and governments to define the qualifications required for professionals to practise in a profession or discipline. Competency is the ability to apply knowledge and skills to produce a required outcome.