NECPA Announces Online NAC
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Posted by: Ari Sarousi
Encouraging Quality . . . Recognizing Excellence .
Celebrating 25 years of recognizing high-quality care.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA) and ChildCare Education Institute (CCEI) Announce Online NECPA National Administrator Credential® (NAC)® Alliance
WASHINGTON, DC (August 23, 2016) - The National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA) is excited to announce our alliance with ChildCare Education Institute (CCEI), an accredited remote learning educational institute. We all know CCEI for their innovative distance learning solutions. We are proud to exclaim that you may now know them as the official host of the new Online National Administrator Credential (NAC). Thanks to CCEI, NECPA will be able to increase access of the most premier national director credential, to every corner of the country, every administrator, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
“NECPA has always recognized the quality of CCEI programs” said Storm Webb, Executive Director of NECPA. “After an extensive crosswalk for quality and compliance, we are pleased to say that CCEI’s adaptation of the NAC’s core competencies will retain the same elements of administrative learning that the thousands of current NAC holders value.
In the world of early childhood education, there is an ever increasing need to provide administrators with proven professional development that results in a mastery of skill and knowledge. Our alliance with CCEI comes from CCEI’s proven success in the early childhood education field.”
CCEI Mission Statement
To provide the child care industry with flexible staff training solutions, turnkey curriculum products, and customizable administrative programs, that offer a quality education experience for every student.
CCEI is committed to providing innovative programs and services that will allow early childhood professionals to get the training and professional development they need to perform their responsibilities. This will assure the safety and well being of the children and families they assist. Courses and programs enhance and increase knowledge of appropriate practices and the latest research in the field.