This is a fantastic course for anyone wishing to start a career in the health and social care industry around middle childhood, i.e. Foster Carers, Parenting Practitioners, Teaching Assistants, Teachers, Social Workers, Social Work Assistants, School Nurse, ChildCare and Youth Workers...
On successful completion of this module the candidate will be able to:
Discuss the implications of day care for young children, giving both positive and negative aspects.
Consider the importance of father, sibling and peer relationships to a child.
Module 5 – Basic Principles...
It will help them to develop their understanding of child behaviour and increase their knowledge of the role of parents in today’s society. The course will be ideal for those who want to gain a better understanding of child behaviour, parents’ rights and responsibilities in relation...
The A Level Psychology course covers a broad range of subjects, including social and cognitive psychology, child development, and the psychology that lies behind atypical behaviour. You'll gain an understanding of why people develop differently and of the causes of conditions such as autism...
allows you to comprehensively prepare for an exam or career through home study. What's more, because the distance learning Level 3 Nursery Management course is a fully comprehensive course, no prior knowledge is required.
Childcare is becoming an increasingly popular career choice...
A distance learning course is the ideal way to gain a qualification in Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and the Criminal Justice System. Whether you're looking to go on to further education, improve your job prospects or expand your knowledge, distance learning Foetal Alcohol Spectru...
in reviewing their learning strategies and achievementsBe able to contribute to reviewing assessment for learningEngage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settingsThe learning outcomes for this unit are:Understand what is required for competence in own...
of contraception are based on biological knowledge.14. DevelopmentTo learn about what happens during a normal pregnancy and to use this information to see how to care for the mother and unborn baby.To find out about how a baby is born.To discover how a child grows and changes into an adult.To learn...
1 – Learning Styles
Unit 2 – Lesson Planning
Unit 3 – Assessment for Learning
Unit 4 – Behaviour Management
Unit 5 – Teaching Methods
Unit 6 – Pastoral Care
Unit 7 – Child Protection
Unit 8 – Preparing...
Supporting the Teacher
The Learning Environment
Observing and Recording
Supporting the Pupil
Social and Emotional Development
Care and Support
Health, Hygiene and Child Protection
Supporting the Curriculum
Planning and Evaluating Learning...
and more in the context of current law and social policy – and emphasises the need for different agencies and practitioners to work together.
Key features of the course
Contributes to meeting professional and occupational standards in childcare, health, social care and educational...
and professional development within counselling Specialist counselling applications Part 1 Students will be presented with the opportunity to learn about:The additional skills required to deliver child, family and relationship counselling. Alternative, models and strategies and approaches appropriate for each...
The Adult Experience
Computers through a Child's Eyes
All those Buttons Computers are
Laying down the Foundations
Demystifying the Disk
Software for Beginners
Keeping your Sanity
Working with Electricity
Making the Rules
UNIT THREE: AGES TWO TO THREE
, language, play & social learning, whilst exploring the physical, mental and emotional development of child. Formulate to cater to the needs and requirements of those engaged or contemplating careers in childcare, nursing or social care.
It will also have great appeal...
eating less than half the recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables a day. One in five (4 -18 year olds) eat no fruit at all during an average week. Poor eating and poor physical activity habits in childhood may increase the risk of health problems in later in life. The diet of a child is a...
Our Playwork course is divided into six units, each of which deals with one or more learning outcomes related to one or more aspects of Play and Playwork.
Once you have completed the entire Playwork Course you will have achieved all the learning outcomes.
By the end of the Playwork...
Listening to Children
Module 8 - Key Person
Module 9 - Observation, Assessment and Planning
Starting with the Child
Module 10 - Supporting Every Child
of the early years practitioner, the range of education and care provision, and the importance of early years environments for enabling young children’s learning and development. You’ll also develop your reflective skills in relation to: working with parents, colleagues and other professionals...
to the welfare of children and young people, including how health and social care services and practices are organised.
Key features of the course
Investigates key issues and debates about childhood, child development, child psychology and children’s rights
Helps you apply your...
A distance learning course is the ideal way to gain a ChildCare Learning & Development award. Whether you're looking to go on to further education, improve your job prospects or expand your knowledge, distance learning ChildCare Learning & Development is a flexible and convenient...
of the course are to enhance students’ knowledge of psychology theory and to develop a broad understanding of theories applied to practical aspects of social and cognitive psychology, child development and adaptive behaviour. The course also teaches research methods and interpretation of research data...
ChildCare (Level 3)
Childcare is one of the most demanding yet rewarding jobs available and the field encompasses a wide variety of roles, from parent to nanny to day-care worker, and more.
Possibly the most important thing a parent will ever do in their life is to care for their child. Many...
Stage 1 (120 credits)
You’ll examine the role of the early years practitioner, the range of education and care provision, and the importance of early years environments for enabling young children’s learning and development. Finally you’ll...