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Old Odiham Road,
Where to eat
O'Connors Secert Garden Bistro - 12 Normandy Street, Town Centre, Alton
Monty's - 7 Normandy Street, Alton
Station Cafe - Station Rd, Alton
Prezzo - 1 Market Street, Alton
Balti House - 9-11 Market Street, Alton
Where to park
W Cunningham - 75 Mount Pleasant Road, Alton
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Method / place Classroom-based in Alton, Hampshire (West Yorkshire)
Brief description Level: This is an NVQ Level 4 course. What is the NVQ Children's Care, Learning & Development Level 4 course? This NVQ Level 4 qualification is a nationally recognised qualification which the Government recommends for all those working as managers, proprietors or supervisors in children's nurseries and pre-schools. Students must hold an NVQ Children's Care, Learning and Development.
Funding Government funding available
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City and Guilds
Level: This is an NVQ Level 4 course.
What is the NVQ Children's Care, Learning & Development Level 4 course? This NVQ Level 4 qualification is a nationally recognised qualification which the Government recommends for all those working as managers, proprietors or supervisors in childrenâ€ s nurseries and pre-schools. Students must hold an NVQ Children's Care, Learning and Development Level 3 or equivalent qualification. It is also necessary that you speak to the Programme Manager before enrolling.
The course is competence based and depends on the student being in an appropriate work setting to carry out management responsibilities and to be assessed in that role.
NB An interview is required before you can enrol on this course Course topics
Establish and develop working relationships
Support policies procedures and practice
Safeguard children and ensure their inclusion and wellbeing
Support programmes for the promotion of children's development
Reflect on own development
Please note that you will be required to complete a First Aid Certificate details of which can be obtained from your tutor. Teaching and Learning You will attend taught sessions at College which will include portfolio building to assist you in your evidence collection. There will be individual tutorials to assess existing competence and to develop your managerial skills.
You will be allocated an assessor who will carry out observations of you in your workplace.
Assessment details You will be given a City and Guilds assessment pack and you will be required to produce a portfolio which will be internally and externally verified.
Foundation Degree in Early Years
Management degree course at University
NB The Col lege will be closed on Friday 11 June 2010
Extra costs : Course readers, IT resources, writing materials and notebook/A4 file
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