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You will get a good introduction to a variety of topics fundamental to working in adult social care. The course focuses on your professional knowledge and your language skills to help you find work in the rewarding Health and Social Care sector.
Core units include:
This course is designed for people working with young children in public, private, voluntary and independent child care and education settings. It gives a higher-level qualification and career development for people working as childminders or in group settings such as a nursery, kindergarten, ...
This course is suitable for adults who have English as a second language (ESOL) and would like to develop a career in working with children. You will undertake a mixture of practical activities and class-based tasks. Subjects will include areas of development for young children and health and safety in ...
Develop practical skills and knowledge enabling you to work with children from birth to 7 years old. As part of the course you will study how to work in partnership with others, routines and physical care needs of children, safeguarding, play in early years and legislation relating to health and safety. ...
This two-year course enables you to become an Early Years Educator to work with children from birth to 5 years old. You will do 730 placement hours in a range of work settings to get practical experience of working with children of different age groups (DBS check needed). You will study:
What will I study?
This qualification develops the skills and knowledge needed to work under supervision with children and their families The syllabus includes: theory of play, child development, health and safety, childhood health issues and working with children and parents. You will need to ...
This is a one year course and is designed to stimulate interest and encourage the learners' understanding of the skills and knowledge needed to care for young children. It is aimed at a range of learners, including young people needing to develop life skills as well as those ...
The units include learning about the following:
- Play and learning in children's education
- Curriculum frameworks
- Partnership with parents
- Child development 0-16 years
- Keeping children safe
- Child observations
- Cultural diversity
This course will give you the understanding of the knowledge and skills needed to care for Children. You will learn how to manage and support the needs of children (e.g.nutritional needs,) their learning and development, childrens growth, health and safety and safeguarding.
The course will give you an understanding of the knowledge and skills needed to care for children. YOU will learn how to manage and support the needs of children, their learning and development, children's growth, health and safety and safeguarding. The course looks at the influences on a ...