Early Childhood Education training courses and schoolsTotal 31 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United Kingdom.
programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
Early Years Care and Education - Foundation Degree WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Early Years Sector Endorsed Foundation Degree is a 2-year full-time programme combining work-based learning with part-time academic study, therefore allowing you to â€˜learn as you earnâ€? It is a Level 5 qualification and enables you to continue your studies via a â€˜top upâ€?year to gain a BA (Hons) degree. The course modules include child protection, child development, inclusive education and special educational needs, developing resources, evaluating and using ICT for childrens learning, and a personal and professional development portfolio.
You will attend taught sessions and complete directed tasks as specified in the programme. Teaching and learning will consist of workshops, lectures, seminars, discussion groups, self-assessment and independent study. This will be both college and work-based. You will also have tutorials with a personal tutor, who will meet with you in your group and also for individual sessions.
Year 1 modules â€?Level 1:
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Carnegie CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
Dunfermline, Scotland, United KingdomPhone No.:
0844 248 0115
Early Education and ChildcareCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course is an abridged version of the NC Early Education and Childcare. The course will provide you with the childcare skills and qualifications required for entry to HNC Early Education and Childcare.
What youll study
The course is comprised of the following units:
Child Development â€?Birth to 12 years
Developmental Theory in Early Education and Child Care
Holistic Approaches to Child Health
Play in Early Education and Child Care
Play in Practice
HIV Infection; Related Illnesses and Hepatitis
Supporting Childrenâ€™s Behaviour.
One workplace unit will be achieved through working in a childcare setting and a minimum of 30 days placement in an early years setting is required.
University of OxfordTraining Centre/Campus:
Oxford, Oxfordshire, United KingdomPhone No.:
+44 1865 270000
Child Development and Education (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This MSc Education pathway combines a strong research basis with recognised expertise in policy and applied research offered by the staff. It aims to promote studentsâ€?critical understanding of developmental theories and research and the use of this knowledge in the design and evaluation of programmes aimed at promoting childrenâ€™s development.
A core objective is to promote reflection and discussion about how theories of child development inform practice and how challenges faced in educational and care settings call for further theoretical and research enquiry.
The course consists of six papers, which are examined by essays, and a dissertation based on an empirical research project.
Length of programme: Twelve months (full-time only)
Early Childhood Education (Master Degree)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
2-3 years part time distance learning
This course is a blend of distance learning and face-to-face teaching. Its open to early-years educators anywhere in the world. Youll develop the skills you need to carry out high-quality educational research relevant to your own culture.
The course gives you a clearer understanding of the policies, practice and theories that underpin your work as a teacher. Youll discuss international approaches and educational change with leading experts.
An honours degree and two years experience of working full-time with or for young children. If you dont have a first degree, you can register for the diploma and transfer to a masters course when youve completed enough coursework.
English language requirements
IELTS 6.5 (with at least 5.5 in each part), or TOEFL 91 (IBT), or equivalent.
Postgraduate Diploma Primary EducationCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
General Primary programme
Students on the General Primary (5â€?1 years) programme follow a range of courses that address the statutory curricula for the core and foundation subjects alongside Professional Studies, which considers whole school issues.
Early Years programme
This programme allows you to focus your training on work with children aged from three to seven years of age. You spend time in nursery classes, as well as teaching children of school age in both Reception and Key Stage 1 classes. You follow the same range of courses as those on the General Primary programme, in addition to an advanced study of early years education.
School-based experiences are a central part of these programmes, with an opportunity for you to experience a range of ages within different schools. Both programmes also feature a range of professional courses to help you plan, teach, and develop your classroom skills. The programmes are designed,... [Read More]
Open Study CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
Birmingham, West Midlands, United KingdomPhone No.:
0800 970 9131
Children and ComputersCourse Format: Blended V
This course is the perfect choice for parents who wish to use computers at home in the best possible way to help their children at work and play.
Learn how computers can be used wisely at every stage of childhood.
Help your child to understand the basic principles of computer usage.
Gain insight into the optimum use of computers for work and play purposes.
Early Childhood Education - MA (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Develop the skills to research your own practice in early childhood education. Your study will give you a clearer understanding of the policies, practice and theories that underpin your work. Youll discuss international approaches and educational change with national and international leaders in the field.
Taught by highly regarded professors and lecturers, this well-established programme offers a unique blend of distance learning study and face-to-face teaching. Youll find a diverse community of early years educators from across the globe, enabling you to carry out high quality research relevant to your own context and culture.
Early Childhood Education: History and Policy
Developing Learning and the Curriculum
Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood Education
Research Methods and Methodology in Early Childhood Education
CACHE Level 2 Diploma in Childcare and Education for 16-18sCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This is a one year course for people aged 16-18 who wish to work with and look after young children. Whilst on the course you will study ar range of units which will include, Communication, Children and Play etc. These units are assessed by assignments and external exams. The course also includes a practical experience element and throughout the year students will attend college and placement on an alternate week basis. Attendance at placement is a compulsory element of the course. The emphasis on practical work supports students in carrying out a range of activities with children. Whilst on the course you will have the opportunity to gain a level 2 English qualification which is required for progression to a level 3 course.
CACHE Level 2 Certificate for the Children and Young Peopleâ€™s Workforce for 19+Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This is a one year course for people over 19 who wish to work with the Children and Young Peopleâ€™s Workforce. The course will cover a diverse range of job roles and occupational areas within early years and social care settings, covering the age range from birth to 19 years. The course is made up of mandatory and optional units which are based on both skills and knowledge. As part of the course students may have the opportunity to study optional units at level 3 if appropriate. In order to achieve the Certificate you must achieve a minimum of 35 credits. The course will take one year to complete, when you will be attending both college and a placement. Attendance at placement is a vital part of the course as you need to demonstrate your abilities both in teaching sessions and in practical placements. The emphasis on practical work supports you in carrying out a range of activities with children.
It is the only QCF Level 2 qualification conferring occupational competence fo... [Read More]
Leicester CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
Leicester, England, United KingdomPhone No.:
0116 224 2240
BTEC National Diploma in Childrens Care Learning and DevelopmentCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course is for those learners who need a stepping stone to further study at university or work within the childcare sector. The course will appeal to those learners who favour a more vocational approach to study
You will take core units including: positive relationships for childrens care, learning and development, positive environments for childrens care, learning and development, promoting childrens development, reflecting on and developing practice for children aged 0-8yrs, safeguarding children, promoting childrens rights, childrens learning activities and play.You will also be taking specialist units which include: research methodology for childrens care, learning and development, promoting well being and resilence in children, diet and nutrition for children, psychological perspectives on childrens behaviour, supporting childrens numeracy and literacy skills. modern beliefs and religions for early years practitioner and meeting additional for childrens care, lea... [Read More]
Promoting Language Development in the Early YearsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Want to learn Promoting Language Development in the Early Years? University of Leicester has such training program available, or provided Promoting Language Development in the Early Years training courses in the past. It may also provide you a customized or flexible training solution according to your specific requirement. Please click on the training course title to find the contact information and discuss your study plan with University of Leicester's representative directly.
Childcare Learning and DevelopmentCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Leicester Adult Skills and Learning Service is running a training course/program about Childcare Learning and Development, or has provided such training courses/programs before. Please visit the official website of Leicester Adult Skills and Learning Service to check the availability of this course.
University of HullTraining Centre/Campus:
Kingston upon Hull, England, United KingdomPhone No.:
+44 (0)1482 346311
Early Childhood (Certificate) (Diploma) (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The MEd in Early Childhood Studies is a specialist pathway that focuses on policies, services, child development, early years pedagogy and research in early childhood.
The emphasis is on the years from birth to 5. Participants are encouraged to draw on sociocultural perspectives on childhood, government policy, relevant research and curricular approaches, and on their own experience, in examining issues related to early childhood education. A central aim is to help early years professionals to develop a clear understanding of, and a critical perspective on, issues around early childhood studies.
The programme can be studied either full- or part-time. The part-time route is most common for home students, most of whom can combine it with their normal educational employment. Most overseas students take the one-year full-time programme, but special arrangements have been made to allow part-time students from overseas to participate: students will attend two summer s... [Read More]
Child Care & Education (CACHE Diploma - Level 3)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This exciting course prepares you to work with children in their early years and their families by developing both your knowledge and practical skills. You will develop an understanding of observation and assessment and discover how to plan activities that promote learning. You will learn about babies in the first year of life and the stages of a child`s development. You will look at the importance of play and a stimulating environment, as well as working safely and physical care. You will consider issues such as Child Protection and anti-discriminatory practice, and learn about working with parents. Practical Training is carried out in the form of work placements on every alternate week at a variety of settings.
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