Course Title:

Early Childhood Studies 2017
(Bachelor Degree)

School/Trainer:

Doncaster College

Doncaster, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Course format: Classroom
Description:

The aim of this degree is to provide a suitable qualification for those wishing to work in a variety of early childhood settings and children’s services. It will develop highly skilled, flexible and creative early childhood practitioners that are able to meet the challenges presented by change and innovation in early childhood professional contexts. You will study modules that will help you to develop your knowledge, skills and understanding and implement this in a work context. Throughout the 3 year course you will spend 2 days a week in a placement in an Early Years setting, primary school or in a community based placement where you will be mentored by an experienced member of the staff team. This will enable you to develop your skills as a practitioner and apply your knowledge to practice.

The course structure

Year one (Level 4)
•Policy, Politics and Legislation
•Introduction to Personal and Professional Practice
•Play and Learning in Early Years
•Leading an Effective Team
•Sociology and Psychology of Childhood
•Introduction to Research and Project Work in Early Years



Year two (Level 5)
•Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
•Research Methods in Early Years
•Advanced Child Development
•Organisational Context for Early Years Studies
•International Perspectives on Learning
•Continuing Personal and Professional Development



Year three (Level 6)
•Advanced Personal and Professional Practice
•Language, Learning and Literacy
•Innovation and Change in Early Years Settings
•Current Issues and Contemporary Debates
•Early Years ?Dissertation
...


Elements of this syllabus are subject to change.




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Phone No.: 01302 553 553, 0800 358 7575

School Address/Venue(s):

The Hub, Chappell Drive, Doncaster, DN1 2RF

University Centre, High Melton, DN5 7SZ

Rossington Hall, Great North Road, DN11 0HN

Ten Pound Walk, Doncaster, DN4 5HX

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