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Early Years Health Social Care

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This qualification is delivered at our Quarles Campus in Harold Hill. It is fully expected that all learners that begin their learning at this campus will complete their learning at this campus, regardless of the duration of the programme.

This is an introductory qualification if you are interested in working with children or in the health and social care sector.

You will cover the following units:

  • How humans develop throughout their lifespan;
  • Food and nutrition;
  • Health and safety;
  • Care of children;
  • Play and practical activities.

If you wish to progress to a level 2 qualification will complete a placement in a pre-school at the end of the year.

This qualification is delivered at our Quarles Campus in Harold Hill. It is fully expected that all learners that begin their learning at this campus will complete their learning at this campus, regardless of the duration of the programme.

You will work both in the classroom and in the workplace to develop your skills and understanding across the following topics:

  • Introducing the Role of the Early Years Practitioner
  • Legislation, Frameworks and Professional Practice
  • Play, Development and Learning for School Readiness
  • Professional Development

If you have not yet achieved a grade C (or above) in GCSE English and maths, you will be required to attend GCSE resit sessions (if you achieved grade D) or functional skills sessions (if you achieved grade E or below).

This qualification is delivered at our Quarles Campus in Harold Hill. It is fully expected that all learners that begin their learning at this campus will complete their learning at this campus, regardless of the duration of the programme.

If you are looking for a career working with children, then this qualifcation is designed to build the knowledge and skills needed when working with children and young people from birth to 19 years. It covers a diverse range of job roles and occupational areas.

This is a full-time level 3 course.

You will study a range of units looking at professional skills required to work with children up to the age of 19 in the workplace.

Units will cover:

  • Communication skills,
  • Child development,
  • Professional practice,
  • Children's welfare,
  • Curriculum practice,
  • Safeguarding,
  • Working with parents.

All students complete placements in Early Years' settings on an alternate week basis.

This qualification is delivered at our Quarles Campus in Harold Hill. It is fully expected that all learners that begin their learning at this campus will complete their learning at this campus, regardless of the duration of the programme.

The Level 2 Certificate in Children and Young People's Workforce (part-time) enables you to develop specialist knowledge in the childcare sector. The course provides a practical work-based qualification for staff already employed or volunteering in a childcare setting.

You will work towards achieving core and optional units. All of these add to the required content for your award. Your selection of option units will depend on a discussion between you and an assessor about the duties within your role.

This qualification is delivered at our Quarles Campus in Harold Hill. It is fully expected that all learners that begin their learning at this campus will complete their learning at this campus, regardless of the duration of the programme.

This is an introductory qualification if you are interested in working with children or in the health and social care sector.

You will cover the following units:

  • How humans develop throughout their lifespan;
  • Food and nutrition;
  • Health and safety;
  • Care of children;
  • Play and practical activities.

If you wish to progress to a level 2 qualification will complete a placement in a pre-school at the end of the year.

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