CPD certified online trainingIncluded in our Childminding Assistant Introductory Training Course course
This module covers information that you need to consider to fully help young children to develop their learning
About this module
Although produced particularly for Registered Childminders this module is also suitable for all other early year’s practitioners.
Firstly, the course looks at Child Development for children aged up to 12 years, including attachment theory and child mental health. It explains how child development norms and the EYFS link to enable you to plan suitable activities and experiences for the children in your care.
The course then explores equality, diversity and inclusion; explaining common terms that you will come across and giving some ideas of how to provide a positive inclusive environment for all children - as well as busting some common myths.
Lastly this course will cover play, which is the cornerstone for children's learning. Children learn best through well planned play that is aimed at meeting each child's individual needs.
A sound knowledge and understanding of how children develop and learn can help with effective planning for individual children. It can help identify when a child is not developing as they should - which may mean extra help needs to be put in place. It can also help with managing behaviour as you will understand which behaviours are developmentally appropriate.
This course is one of the five modules included in the complete online introductory course but is also available to buy separately.
All Childminding UK online training supports the use of Browser Extensions for translation and Dyslexia support. If you currently use a Browser Extension you can be confident that you will be able to use it while completing your training.
This course increased my knowledge which will help me in my work
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This module is included as part of:
Childminding Assistant Introductory Training Course