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Child Psychology

[Level 7 QLS Endorsed] Advanced Diploma **220 CPD Points**| 5 Free PDF Certificates| 5 Courses Bundle| 29 Video Lessons


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7.8 hours
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CPD
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  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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The Child Psychology course now comes to you accompanied by 5 Premium Courses with 5 FREE PDF Certificates. Enrol in the Child Psychology course now & get access to the following additional courses:

  • Course 1: Diploma in Emotional Intelligence, Mindfulness and Empathy Training
  • Course 2: Understanding Children and Young People’s Mental Health
  • Course 3: Anti Social Behaviour Course
  • Course 4: Bereavement and Grief Counselling Diploma

This Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 course is endorsed by The Quality Licence Scheme & accredited by CPD & IAO (with 220 CPD points) to make your skill development & career progression related to Child Psychology substantial & easier than ever!

Have you ever wondered why some children are hyperactive whereas others are shy? Why do they develop differently from one another? How do children develop their thinking and speaking abilities?

If Child psychology fascinates you, then you are in the right place!

The first years following birth are a time of fast growth and development when a child's brain develops at a breakneck pace. Early experiences, both positive and negative, build the groundwork for a child's future, development, and happiness. Join an Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 — learn the appropriate support to help children reach their full potential.

Why should you learn about Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology?

  • Child psychology will help you become more aware of emotions, body language, and speech changes, allowing you to improve your communication abilities.
  • Child psychology assists you to strengthen your analytical skills as you will be learning more about problem-solving and critical thinking.
  • You will have a better knowledge of children and be more suited to work with them if you have a thorough understanding of child psychology.
  • Once you've learned more about child psychology and began your child psychology career, you can earn anything starting from £27,000!

This Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology will assist you in developing the skills and knowledge relevant to child psychology and development in no time. Enrol in the Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 today and pursue the career of your dreams.

Learning Outcomes of Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology:

You will acquire several essential competencies with the help of this Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 curriculum, including —

  • Have a thorough introduction to child psychology and mental health
  • Learn in detail about attachment-focused parenting and cognitive development
  • Understand the impacts and risk factors associated with child neglect
  • Become well-versed in the mental health-related legislation in the UK
  • Sharpen your knowledge of the personality and intellectual development of children

Furthermore, in this Diploma in Child Psychology, you will get the opportunity to test the water by getting the 1st Module for Free. In addition, you will receive a Free Student ID card, which will grant you many discounts on bus tickets, movie tickets, library cards, & other services.

So, join this Diploma in Child Psychology — prepare yourself to ensure your success!

***FREE Additional Courses***

☞ Course 1: Diploma in Emotional Intelligence, Mindfulness and Empathy Training

  • Child Psychology - Lesson 1: Understanding emotion
  • Child Psychology - Lesson 2: Understanding emotional competence
  • Child Psychology - Lesson 3: Avoiding burnout
  • Child Psychology - Lesson 4: Developing emotional competence
  • Child Psychology - Lesson 5: Spirituality & values
  • & more

☞ Course 2: Understanding Children and Young People’s Mental Health

  • Child Psychology - Module 1: Introduction
  • Child Psychology - Module 2: Child Psychology
  • Child Psychology - Module 3: Attachment and Relationship Building in Childhood
  • Child Psychology - Module 4: Impacts of Separation & Loss on Attachment
  • Child Psychology - Module 5: Factors that Influence Development
  • & more

☞ Course 3: Anti Social Behaviour

  • Child Psychology - Module 1: Overview
  • Child Psychology - Module 2: Family Influences
  • Child Psychology - Module 3: Order
  • Child Psychology - Module 4: Anger
  • Child Psychology - Module 5: Understanding Antisocial Personality
  • & more

☞ Course 4: Bereavement & Grief Counselling

  • Child Psychology - Module 1: Introduction
  • Child Psychology - Module 2: Attitudes Towards ‘Death’ and ‘Dying’
  • Child Psychology - Module 3: What Happens When We Die
  • Child Psychology - Module 4: Depression Related to Grief and Bereavement
  • & more

Achievement

CPD

220 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD QS

Curriculum

26
sections
30
lectures
7h 46m
total

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Description

Start your learning journey straight away with this Diploma in Child Psychology and take a step toward a brighter future!

*** Course Curriculum ***

Here are the topics you will cover on the Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7:

Module 1: Introduction to Child Psychology

  • Child Psychology - What is Child Psychology?
  • Child Psychology - The Environmental Context and Child Development
  • Child Psychology - The Scope of Child Development
  • Child Psychology - Stages of Development
  • Child Psychology - Areas of Development
  • Child Psychology - Interrelationship among Various Areas of Development

Module 2: Introduction to Mental Health

  • Child Psychology - Mental Health in Young People
  • Child Psychology - Improving Mental Health Awareness
  • Child Psychology - Importance of Educating Teaching Staff
  • Child Psychology - Effects on Education
  • Child Psychology - Therapeutic Relationship
  • Child Psychology - Therapeutic Communication

Module 3: Attachment and Relationship Building in Childhood

  • Child Psychology - What is Attachment?
  • Child Psychology - Bowlby’s Attachment Theory
  • Child Psychology - Evolutionary Theory
  • Child Psychology - Maternal Deprivation Hypothesis
  • Child Psychology - Internal Working Models
  • Child Psychology - Imprinting
  • Child Psychology - Typical Attachments
  • Child Psychology - Understanding Privation and Deprivation
  • Child Psychology - Privation

Module 4: Impacts of Separation and Loss on Attachment

  • Child Psychology - Grief
  • Child Psychology - Do Children Grieve Differently to Adults?
  • Child Psychology - Infancy and Early Childhood
  • Child Psychology - Middle Childhood
  • Child Psychology - Adolescence
  • Child Psychology - How Divorce Affects Children

Module 5: Assessments of Attachment

  • Child Psychology - Assessments of Attachment Based on Observation of the Child’s Behaviour
  • Child Psychology - Separation–Reunion Procedure
  • Child Psychology - Q-Sort Methodology
  • Child Psychology - Internal Working Model

Module 6: Attachment Disorder

  • Child Psychology - International Classification
  • Child Psychology - The Nature of Attachment Disorder
  • Child Psychology - The Nature of the Difference Between Inhibited and Disinhibited RAD

Module 7: Attachment-Focused Parenting

  • Child Psychology - Establishing Safety
  • Child Psychology - Understanding Intersubjectivity
  • Child Psychology - Recognising Your Own Attachment History
  • Child Psychology - Establishing PACE
  • Child Psychology - Communication

Module 8: Emotions and Mind-Mindedness

  • Child Psychology - Emotions, Feelings and More
  • Child Psychology - Sensitive Caregiving and Mentalisation
  • Child Psychology - Mind-Mindedness

Module 9: Interventions, Treatment and Support

  • Child Psychology - Introduction
  • Child Psychology - Focus of Intervention
  • Child Psychology - Parent-Infant and Young Child Interventions
  • Child Psychology - Enhancing Parental Sensitivity and Responsiveness at the Behavioural Level
  • Child Psychology - Changing Parents’ Behaviour and Mental Representations

Module 10: Factors that Influence Development

  • Child Psychology - Types of Development Recap
  • Child Psychology - Influences on Problematic Development
  • Child Psychology - Parenting Styles
  • Child Psychology - Exposure to Family Problems in Early Life

Module 11: Cognitive Development

  • Child Psychology - An Overview of Cognitive Development
  • Child Psychology - Piaget’s Theory
  • Child Psychology - The Information-Processing Theory
  • Child Psychology - Cognitive Milestones Age-By-Age
  • Child Psychology - Cognitive Development in Infancy
  • Child Psychology - Cognitive Development in the Toddler/Preschool Years

Module 12: Social and Emotional Development

  • Child Psychology - General Stages of Social Development
  • Child Psychology - Attachment and Bonding
  • Child Psychology - Stages of Emotional Development
  • Child Psychology - Outside Factors Affecting Social Development
  • Child Psychology - Family Factors that Affect Social Development

Module 13: Personality and Intellectual Development of Children

  • Child Psychology - Brain Development
  • Child Psychology - Intellectual Development at Different Ages
  • Child Psychology - Personality/Character Development
  • Child Psychology - Psychoanalysis
  • Child Psychology - Customisation of Psychoanalytic Concept
  • Child Psychology - Erikson and Sullivan’s Stages of Psychosocial Growth

Module 14: Stages of Language Development

  • Child Psychology - Introduction to Language Development
  • Child Psychology - Phonological Development
  • Child Psychology - Lexical Development
  • Child Psychology - Morpho-Syntactic Development
  • Child Psychology - Learning and Communication Difficulties

Module 15: Understanding Moral Development

  • Child Psychology - Introduction
  • Child Psychology - Moral Development
  • Child Psychology - Stages of Moral Growth in Children
  • Child Psychology - Piaget on Moral Development
  • Child Psychology - Lawrence Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development

Module 16: Problems of Infancy

  • Child Psychology - Introduction
  • Child Psychology - Sleep Problems
  • Child Psychology - Assessment of Sleeping Problems
  • Child Psychology - Proactive Factors and Family Resources
  • Child Psychology - Potty Training Problems

Module 17: Problems of Childhood

  • Child Psychology - Conduct/Behaviour Disorders
  • Child Psychology - Social Information-Processing Theory
  • Child Psychology - Family-Based Communication and Problem-Solving Training
  • Child Psychology - Home-School Liaison Meetings and Remedial Tuition
  • Child Psychology - Development of Fears and Anxieties Causes of Childhood Anxiety

Module 18: Signs of Child Neglect

  • Child Psychology - Physical Signs of Neglect
  • Child Psychology - Behavioral Signs of Neglect
  • Child Psychology - Environmental Signs of Neglect

Module 19: Risk Factors for Neglect

  • Child Psychology - Disability and behaviour problems
  • Child Psychology - Parent and caregiver level risk factors
  • Child Psychology - Family level risk factors
  • Child Psychology - Community-level risk factors

Module 20: The impact of Child Neglect

  • Child Psychology - Introduction
  • Child Psychology - Brain Development
  • Child Psychology - Physical Development
  • Child Psychology - Physical Health
  • Child Psychology - Mental Health
  • Child Psychology - Social effects

Module 21: Prevent Child Negligence

  • Child Psychology - Prevention Measures
  • Child Psychology - Prevention Efforts in Schools
  • Child Psychology - Prevention Efforts with Families
  • Child Psychology - Public Awareness

Module 22: Cyberbullying

  • Child Psychology - The Concept of Cyber Bullying
  • Child Psychology - Types of Cyber Bullying
  • Child Psychology - Signs of Cyberbullying
  • Child Psychology - Impacts of Cyber Bullying
  • Child Psychology - Protect Your Child from Cyber Bullies

Module 23: Internet Grooming

  • Child Psychology - The Concept of Internet Grooming
  • Child Psychology - Signs of Internet Grooming
  • Child Psychology - Stages Of Internet Grooming
  • Child Psychology - Impact of Internet Grooming
  • Child Psychology - Protect Your Child from Internet Grooming

Module 24: Identifying, Preventing and Overcoming Internet Addiction

  • Child Psychology - Identifying the Signs of Internet Addiction among Children
  • Child Psychology - Preventing Internet Addiction in Children
  • Child Psychology - Ways to Overcome Internet Addiction

Module 25: Mental Health Related Legislations in the UK

  • Child Psychology - The Mental Capacity Act
  • Child Psychology - Public Bodies and Services Created by MCA Act 2005
  • Child Psychology - Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DOLS)
  • Child Psychology - Authorised Deprivation
  • Child Psychology - Legal Background to DOLS

Who is this course for?

Is This Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 Right for You?

The Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 has been professionally-designed for motivated learners who are looking to add a new skill to their CV and stand head and shoulders above the competition. Learn the latest industry-specific information with the Child Psychology.

Enrol on the Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 and learn a new professional skill from anywhere, at any time!

Assessment Process

You have to complete the assignment questions given at the end of the Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 and score a minimum of 60% to pass the exam and to achieve Quality Licence Scheme endorsed certificates.

Our expert trainers will assess your assignment and give you feedback after you submit the assignment.

Certification of Completion Endorsed Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme

After successfully completing the Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7, you can order an original hardcopy certificate of achievement endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme. The certificate will be home-delivered, with a pricing scheme of —

  • 139 GBP inside the UK
  • 149 GBP (including postal fees) for international delivery

Certification Accredited by CPD & IAO

Upon finishing the Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7, you will receive an accredited certification that is recognised all over the UK and also internationally. The pricing schemes are —

  • Digital Certificate for Free
  • 29 GBP for Printed HardCopy Certificate inside the UK
  • 39 GBP for Printed HardCopy Certificate outside the UK (international delivery)

Requirements

Enrol on the Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 with no formal entry requirements! If you have a passion for knowledge and want to learn something new, register on the Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 without any delay.

We only ask that all students have a passion for learning and literacy, and be over the age of 16.

Complete the Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 online from your computer, tablet, or smartphone, and learn in a way that suits you.

Career path

This Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology at QLS Level 7 will provide you with a unique combination of expertise and competencies that will enable you to pursue a range of profitable and rewarding careers, including—

  • Child Psychology Practitioner
  • Childminders
  • EYFS Teachers
  • Pediatric Nurses
  • Social Service Worker

In the UK, the average annual salary for these occupations is from £10,000 - £45,000

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jenny asked:

it says that only the first module is free, how much do the other modules cost?

Answer:

Hello Jenny, This child psychology course is completely free for now. You can enrol in this and get access to the full module now without any cost.

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Zul E Nooreen asked:

How long do we have and when is the time for completing this course till

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Dear Zul, The course materials duration is about 7.8 hours that you can complete at your own pace. You will have 1-year of access to the course to complete it.

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Zul E Nooreen asked:

Do you have to pay later for the full qualification and are all lesson video based or are there any written assessment

Answer:

Dear Zul E Nooreen, No, you do not need to pay anything further for accessing all the course materials. This is a personal development training course. There is an assignment required as assessment of this course.

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Zul E Nooreen asked:

As i was studying this course for free i have had 1 year to complete. Today I have paid £10 how long do I have to complete the course

Answer:

Dear Zul E Nooreen, You will have 1-year access to the course starting from the course purchasing date.

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S asked:

what happens if you do not reach the pass mark of 60% for the assignment? can you try again or pay again and redo the whole course..?

Answer:

Dear Learner, Yes, you will be able to retake the exam if you fail. The course materials will be available to access even if you fail the exam.

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Meryem asked:

I would like to know how we can have access to the Student ID cards as indicated below the course description? Thankyou

Answer:

Dear Meryem, You will receive a free Student ID along with this course. For the Student ID, you will need to get in touch with the relevant course provider and provide them with the required details for the Student ID. They will process and will deliver the Student ID to you.

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BRIDGET MITI asked:

HOW DOES A PERSON ENROL FOR CHILD PYSCHOLOGY?IS IT FREE AS NOT PAYING FOR TUTORIALS?

Answer:

Dear Bridget, You can access the Child Psychology course from your reed account without paying anything as it is free for all the learners at this moment. Just click on the "Start Course" option to start your learning journey.

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Jess asked:

Do you have to pay for CPD certificate?

Answer:

Dear Jess, The Child Psychology course is accredited by the CPD and is endorsed by the QLS at Level 7. You will receive the digital CPD accredited certificate for free with the course. However, you will need to pay for the hard copy CPD certificate and the QLS Endorsed Certificate.

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Dr.Awan Muhammad asked:

Is this assessment is MCQ type?

Answer:

Dear Dr Awan, At the end of studying all the course modules, you will need to complete an assignment included within the course for evaluation.

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Deb asked:

If I complete this level 7 course, would I still need to go and do a level 1,2,3 etc or are they irrelevant once you do level 7 ?

Answer:

Dear Deb, The Child Psychology course is accredited by the CPD and is Endorsed by the QLS at Level 7 for the quality training that is provided throughout the course. If you do the lower level of this course, it will add value to your knowledge and skills. Anyone can do this course as it is designed for personal skill and knowledge enhancement.

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Zul E Nooreen asked:

Is this flexible or do we have to complete within the time which mentions on the screen

Answer:

Dear Zul, You will have 1-year access to the course to complete it. The course material duration is about 7.8 hours that you can study at your own pace.

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