Holman earns national credential
Angela Holman has been awarded the National Administrator Credential (NAC) for Administrators, Managers, and Directors of Early Childhood Education & Care Centers from the NECPA Commission. Holman is currently employed at Discoveries Learning Center in Denver.

Holman has been with Discoveries since 2013, originally serving as the part-day 3-year-old teacher and most recently as the on-site director.

Developed for center directors, emerging leaders and child care professionals, the National Administrator Credential (NAC) is a comprehensive, 45-hour course, and is an award for demonstrated mastery of child care administration skills. The NAC is recognized as a mark of excellence that designates professionals who have demonstrated the knowledge that is essential for managing a child care program.

"Receiving NAC accreditation is a significant process which requires up to 12 additional hours of training annually in order to maintain NAC status,” said Kathy Bohlmann, owner and director of Discoveries Learning Center. "Angie’s commitment to professionalism is of great benefit to Discoveries.”

Discoveries Learning Center offers preschool for children ages 2, 3, and 4. In addition, care is available before and after school for elementary-aged children. Discoveries provides care for approximately 150 families in the Denver community. For more information about Discoveries Learning Center go to www.discoverieslearningcenter.com.

The NECPA Commission Inc. has a longstanding commitment to providing high-quality early childhood education to the young children and families of American. The NECPA Commission is a not-for profit organization that recognizes, and national studies have demonstrated, that one of the critical elements in this high standard of service is a professional, well-trained staff. Quality is especially dependent on the training and experience of center management. More information can be found at www.necpa.net.
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