Children's Play, Learning and Development Level 2 Certificate at Truro and Penwith College
As an early years educator your role will include providing a safe, secure, and stimulating environment that enables children to reach their full potential. You will plan for a curriculum that is aimed at ensuring high quality education for children aged from birth up to seven years and eleven months.
A career within the early years sector can be challenging but equally rewarding. As an early years educator you will hold many qualites and have the necessary skills to observe, plan and access children's individual care and learning needs. This course will offer you the opportunity to develop those skills over a period of two years both within the College and out in a practical work placement setting.
If you are looking to work with children and their families and enjoy working in a challenging but highly rewarding environment then this course is for you. The course offers a range of units that provide opportunities for you to learn through a range of different activities including lectures, practical sessions in our practical based work room and visits from outside agencies. You will also be expected to keep the date with the current changes in the early years sector in line with government policy.
Assessment is continues throughout the course and consists of written tasks, presentations, demonstrations and a research project. You will also be required to sit an external exam as part of the course requirements; this will aid your time management organisational and research skills that contributes to effective practice when working within the early years sector.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Truro and Penwith College directly.