This course will allow workers in education to progress their skillset working in early childhood practice.
By critically exploring a range of theoretical perspectives, you will become confident in advocating for young children’s rights through safeguarding, allowing you to work directly with young children and their families to create positive outcomes.
The course consists of two x 30 credit modules at level 7 (post graduate level).
The modules relate to the areas of the Early Childhood Practitioner Graduate Competencies.
Theorising Early Childhood Well-being, Development and Learning
This module explores critically a range of theoretical perspectives informing early
childhood practice in a range of settings. The key focus of the module is children’s
well-being, development and learning. Themes and issues studied on the module
relate to the theory underpinning the ECGPCs in early childhood settings as stated
above, specifically competencies 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6.
Assessment for this module-5000 word analysis of children’s well being,
development and learning relating to a case study developed from the practitioner’s
own professional context.
Developing Leadership in Early Childhood Contexts
This module examines critically the role of leadership in promoting positive
outcomes for young children and their families in a variety of early childhood
contexts. Themes and issues studied on the module relate to the theory
underpinning the ECGPCs in early childhood settings as stated above, specifically
competencies 1, 5, 7, 8, and 9.
Assessment for this module-5000 word portfolio containing analyses of leadership
case studies and a personal reflection. This course will be of specific relevance to
current Early Years Practitioners from a variety of roles. They will typically be
graduates and may also already have level 3 qualifications that included assessed
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This course is aimed at those who are currently or have previously worked in education.
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