James Watt College

Access Early Education & Child Care

James Watt College
In Kilwinning

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Typology A Level
Location Kilwinning (Scotland)
  • A Level
  • Kilwinning (Scotland)
Description

This course will introduce you to the world of child care. It will also enable those who complete the course to apply for the NC Intermediate 2 Skills for Work Early Education & Child Care course. All learners are required to complete a health declaration, provide appropriate personal references and submit a satisfactory Disclosure Scotland application.

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Location

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Kilwinning (North Ayrshire)
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James Watt College Of Further & Higher Education North Ayrshire Campus Lauchlan Way, KA13 6DE

Starts

On request

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· Requirements

Applicants should have a minimum of two Standard Grades at level 3 or above. Those without formal qualifications will be assessed at information session.

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Course programme

Access Early Education & Child Care

Course Aims:
This course will introduce you to the world of child care. It will also enable those who complete the course to apply for the NC Intermediate 2 Skills for Work Early Education & Child Care course. All learners are required to complete a health declaration, provide appropriate personal references and submit a satisfactory Disclosure Scotland application.

Course Content:
· Child Development · Play in Early Education & Child Care , · Working in Early Education & Child Care · Additional Optional Units

Progression Opportunities:
On Successful completion, students will be eligible way to apply for NC Intermediate 2 Skills for Work Early Education & Child Care course.

Career Potential:
Learners who wish to work with children will normally progress to the NC Early Education & Child Care programme after the Intermediate 2 course so that they can register with the Social Services Council as support workers.

Course Assessment:
Learners will be assesed in a continous way. This means that you are encouraged to demonstrate your progress on a regular basis throughout the course.


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