Course Code: CR1MFAC1 / 19DB11A
Information on course fees
If you are aged 16 - 18:
If you are over 18, fees may apply:
Introduction to the course
This course is suitable if you wish to work with children. This course is a Certificate course which is a smaller qualification than the Diploma (September Start). You will study the development and care of children, providing play activities and health and safety. English language classes will help you to develop your literacy skills. To qualify you to work with children in a school, nursery or preschool, you will need to progress to a Level 2 qualification.
What do I need?
This course is open for all learners. A previous Entry Level 3 Qualification or GCSE grade 1 or 2 or E/F . Potential Learners can also demonstrate their suitability for the course by taking a written assessment and completing the interview process. having A good reference is required and you will need to attend an interview.
How is the course taught?
You will study a variety of units which will be internally assessed throughout your course. There will be group activities, discussions, written and practical tasks to complete. You will need to allocate some time outside college to work independently. The course is taught over 4 days between 9.30-3.00. In addition to the four days in college, learners will also complete some voluntary work in a childcare setting and for this they will require the completion of a DBS check.
How will I be assessed?
You are assessed through your coursework. You complete a personal action plan and a portfolio showing achievements over the year. English, maths and ICT have tests.
What does it lead to?
If you complete satisfactorily and gain Literacy Level 1, you can apply for a Level 2 childcare course.
|Location||Start Date - End Date - Study Mode|
|Tottenham Centre||24 Feb 2020 - 3 Jul 2020 - Daytime|
- Last Updated: 16 July 2019
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