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Introduction to Early Years (Entry Level) - Full-time

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Course outline

The course is tailored to the students to help them gain an understanding of the basic skills needed to care for a child.

You will learn about how children develop, how to choose play activities to help children learn and which toys and activities are needed in a Nursery.

You will use our interactive babies to learn about how to care for children’s personal needs.

You may take part in a supported work experience in the College’s own nursery.

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Location Date


Pelham Avenue


Start: 9th September 2019

Course code: C022344 / Q022345


Certificate in Introduction to Early Years (Entry 3)


1 year

Level Entry Level
Entry requirements

You will need a GCSE Grade 1 in English or Maths.


Assessments are done in a variety of ways. This can be through displays, creation of booklets and posters as well as practical demonstrations.


You can progress onto the Level 1 Caring for Children if you have a high level of attendance and achieve Entry 3 in Functional Skills Maths and English

Additional information

You will continue to build on your skills in maths and English as part of your programme of study. There may also be an opportunity to attend a placement.

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