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Children's Development and Learning FdEd University of Reading

UK

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Summary

The Foundation Degree in Children's Development and Learning course enables you to develop the skills to progress in your career working with children, alongside your job.

This course is aimed at early years and education practitioners who are working with children up to the age of 11 and requires you to attend for half a day (afternoon and evening) each week.

This vocational award is a work-based course, and your assignments and lessons are all designed to benefit your professional development. You'll build upon your experience through modules in areas such as child development, safeguarding, creativity and critical thinking, and working in partnership with parents. College sessions include lectures, as well as tutorials and seminars. The course also incorporates a great deal of group work, which will be an opportunity to share experiences with fellow professionals working in a range of settings.

Career

As a graduate you will be well-placed to take on increased responsibility within the workplace and move into management roles. You may also decide to study for further professional qualifications. For example, you could take a year-long top-up course (based on 1 day's attendance each week at the University of Reading) to turn your Foundation Degree into a BA. This will give you further opportunities for professional development, for example, gaining Early Years Teacher Status or Qualified Teacher Status.

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study Children's Development and Learning FdEd.

Full Time (2 Years)

Tuition fees

Contact provider

From

Oct-22

Venue

Newbury College

Monks Lane,

Newbury,

West Berkshire,

RG14 7TD, England

Entry requirement for international students

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.