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Why take a Play to Learn CDA class?

  • Convenience - Take the courses on your time, from the comfort of your home.
  • Quality - Highly qualified instructors walk you through each step of your CDA process.
  • Affordability - Payment plans are available or recieve a 10% discount for paying in full.
  • Support - At any time you can contact your instructor with any questions you may have. Our support does not stop until you receive your CDA!

 

We now offer the CDA course in three different formats!!!

Online

DVD


Blended Learning
(Georgia only)

Our online CDA program allows you to access your CDA courses from any computer in the world with high-speed internet.

This format gives you the freedom to easily take your classes at different locations. You can take one session at home, the next after work, and the next in the library.

Your progress is kept by our system so that if you stop in the middle of a course, you can resume where you left off, even if you start again from another computer!

Every step of your CDA process is explained in detail by the instructor on your screen. And if you have questions, a qualified instructor is just a phone call or email away!

Requirements for this format are a computer, high-speed internet and a printer.

 

 

Click here to register for the online program

Our DVD CDA program allows you to take your CDA course from anywhere you have access to a DVD player and TV.

When you sign up for your DVD course we will send you sessions 1-20, your CDA textbook and your handouts.

Once you receive your DVDs, just place the session 1 DVD in your DVD player and begin your CDA course. Just like any other DVD, you can pause, rewind, fast forward, or stop and resume at a later time.

Every step of your CDA process is explained in detail by the instructor on your screen. And if you have questions, a qualified instructor is just a phone call or email away!

 

 

 

Click here to register for the DVD program

Our blended learning program is a combination of distance learning and classroom training.

Students meet together once a month to talk about their CDA progress, ask questions and learn from qualified instructors. During this meeting they receive the next sessions on DVD to watch until they meet again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click here for more information on the Blended Learning format

 

For a list of session topics Please Click Here.