A Highly Talented Team - Childcare College has a highly qualified, experienced team who all come from a variety of backgrounds; from social work, teaching and childminders, and with a combined experience of over 80 years, you can be sure that throughout your studies with us, you’ll have the support of a tutor who is an expert in their field.
What We Do - Childcare College are proud to offer a wide range of courses in the childcare and education sector to meet the needs of learners who are looking to move into a new career, or simply wish to expand their knowledge and skills for CPD and professional development.
With learners across the UK, we offer courses to suit people of all ages and abilities. All of our courses come with full tutor support, and as a student with Childcare College, you’ll have access to our online student community, where you can talk to others on your course
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If you are involved in working with children on a day-to-day basis, or you have children of your own, you’re likely to benefit from developing your counselling skills so that you can better understand a child’s psychology and to deal with difficult situations. The Counselling Children Level 4 course covers the stages of development in children and the factors which may affect this.
No one has yet fully realized the wealth of sympathy, kindness and generosity hidden in the soul of a child. The effort of every true education should be to unlock that treasure.
Are you the sort of person who would like to give children the best possible start in life – and get paid for it? You may have young children and are unable to return to work, or your children may have flown the nest and you think it’s too late to start a new career. If you just love children and would like a career working with them, then becoming a child minder could be the way forward for you! So what would that sort of job mean for you? A registered child minder looks after one or more children under the age of eight for more than two hours a day in a domestic setting (usually their own home) for payment.
Children are the most fascinating beings in the world, so it’s no wonder that there is huge interest in studying their growth and development. Those who work with children act as their philosopher and guide.
Our acclaimed Child Care Learning and Development course enables anybody who has an interest in working in the childcare sector to gain a formal professional qualification that is recognised throughout the industry. Better still, this fantastic course requires no previous experience, just a passion for the subject! Whether you are a parent wanting to gain more understanding of their child's development needs, a social worker seeking further expertise in dealing with family situations involving children, or a professional educator needing to broaden knowledge of their charges' psychology, this is the course for you.
Childcare in the UK is highly regulated and requires exacting standards of those involved in providing care for young people. Running a child care or child minding business is very popular but obviously needs to be set up carefully so that the business is properly registered, it operates to current requirements and standards and is planned on a firm financial basis.
This course is a competence based qualification suitable for all support staff roles in schools. The course aims to enable learners to understand the roles and responsibilities of those involved in supporting teaching and learning in schools.
‘There is in every child at every stage a new miracle of vigorous unfolding.’ Psychologist Erik Erikson, emphasizing childhood as the only real time for growth and change.
This is suitable for all support work in schools , including site staff and administrators as well as those who work directly with children and young people. This knowledge based study pack will help you to develop an understanding of all the important topics needed to work in a school, including safeguarding, communication and understanding the school context.
This course is ideal for those who always wanted to be involved in the classroom, helping children to understand how to communicate and interpret this world we've built for them. It is suitable for all support staff roles in schools.
Educational psychology is the study of how humans learn in an educational setting, the effectiveness of educational intervention and the psychology of teaching. This course will help you to understand how students learn and develop and give you an insight into subjects such as learning and teaching styles, student motivation, disruptive behavior and much more.
This is a non-regulated qualification endorsed by Focus Awards under the FQP scheme. It is designed for those who are looking to gain a deeper insight into the development of children and young people aged 6 – 13 years.