Education and Childcare - Melton

Courses

22/23
BA (Hons) Additional Needs and Disabilities (Children and Young People) (Top-up)

On completion of the FdA Childhood and Youth Studies, this programme will suit aspiring students who are looking for a career in, or are already working, with children and young people with additional needs and disabilities. Successful completion of the BA (Hons) Additional Needs and Disabilities (Children and Young People) (Top-up) course, will turn your Foundation Degree in to a full Bachelor of Arts. This will enable progressing students to further develop skills and understanding in working with and supporting children and young people with additional needs and disabilities, and their families. Students will be offered the ability to gain insight into many of the disciplines associated with supporting children and young people with additional needs and disabilities including legal frameworks, inclusion and rights, current issues and events and creativity in practice. This course is committed to employability and career management and will develop knowledge and understanding required for a range of careers in this field with a specific module linked to developing strong professional practice, effective leadership and management skills. To support this, students will be encouraged to develop their individual interests through subject specific research dissertation, with the course providing a strong base for students to continue into further study at Master’s level.


22/23
BA (Hons) Childhood and Youth Studies (Top-up)

On completion of the FdA Childhood and Youth Studies course, this programme will suit aspiring students who are looking for a career in, or are already working, with children and young people with additional needs and disabilities. Successful completion of the BA (Hons) Childhood and Youth Studies (Top-up) course, will turn your Foundation Degree in to a full Bachelor of Arts. This programme will suit aspiring students who are looking for a career in, or are already working, with children and young people and a variety of settings. Many of the students who take this programme are working or volunteering in nurseries, schools or special needs settings. Others will progress from Higher Nationals and Foundation Degrees. The course will enhance practice and facilitate professional progression through the acquisition of transferable skills, such as reflecting in and on practice, working collaboratively and effectively as a team member, and conducting research using appropriate tools and methodology. Students will be able to analyse ethical and professional conflicts that arise and to develop the ability to communicate knowledge and ideas in your own existing or prospective settings.


22/23
Early Years Educator Level 3

This course will prepare you to become an early years educator, enabling you to work with children from birth to five years old. You will also gain some knowledge of children aged five to seven years. In addition, you will have the opportunity to undertake work experience, allowing you to gain knowledge and skills within a real working environment within the childcare sector. Employers and parents are looking for the gold standard: recognised qualifications which will ensure the best training, professional standards and career prospects. Success in achieving this qualification will give you the best opportunity for employment in two or three years time. This course is suitable for a range of students age 16 and over who have little or no experience in childcare.


22/23
Early Years Practitioner Level 2

Our Childcare and Early Years courses will prepare you for becoming an early years educator, enabling you to work with children from birth to seven years old.


21/22
Education and Childcare Apprenticeship - Early Years Educator Level 3

Successful completion of this apprenticeship could lead to roles such as nursery nurse and childminders who are highly trained professionals who play a key role in ensuring that young children learn and develop well and are kept healthy and safe. They work in a range of settings including full day care, children’s centres, pre schools, reception classes and as childminders. They may either be working on their own or supervising others to deliver the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) requirements set by Government for the learning, development and care of children from birth to 5 years old. With additional experience, an Early Years Educator can become the manager of an early years setting.


22/23
Education and Childcare T-Level

T Levels are new courses that follow GCSEs and are equivalent to 3 A Levels. They’ve been co-created by the industry you want to be a part of, so you can gain the knowledge and skills you need to leap ahead of the crowd and into your desired career.


22/23
FdA Childhood and Youth Studies

This programme will suit aspiring students who are looking for a career in, or are already working, with children and young people and a variety of settings. Many of the students who take this programme are working or volunteering in nurseries, schools or special needs settings. Others will come straight from level 3 study such as A levels or Level 3 Diplomas. The course aims to develop the knowledge and skills required to access supervisory and management roles in a range of Early Years and Young People's settings. Theory will be applied to practice with an emphasis on the development of self-reflective practitioners. Students are to be in paid employment or voluntary work for a minimum of two days per week in an appropriate setting for the duration of the course.


22/23
FdA Childhood and Youth Studies

This programme will suit aspiring students who are looking for a career in, or are already working, with children and young people and a variety of settings. Many of the students who take this programme are working or volunteering in nurseries, schools or special needs settings. Others will come straight from level 3 study such as A levels or Level 3 Diplomas. The course aims to develop the knowledge and skills required to access supervisory and management roles in a range of Early Years and Young People's settings. Theory will be applied to practice with an emphasis on the development of self-reflective practitioners. Students are to be in paid employment or voluntary work for a minimum of two days per week in an appropriate setting for the duration of the course.