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The Diploma in Playwork covers the knowledge and skills needed when working un-supervised and requires the learner to demonstrate these in the workplace. To achieve the full Diploma in Playwork, learners will need to complete a total of 65 credits. 46 credits must come from the mandatory units, including units from the Award and Certificate and a further 19 credits are required from a choice of 2 or 3 optional units. This course is delivered online via the NEC Laser and you can study at your own pace. The interactive programme is easy to navigate, colourful and engaging and all completed work is recorded within your learner profile. Units: Understand playwork principles - 4 credits Understand children and young people's self-directed play - 5 credits Understand how to safeguard the well-being of children and young people - 3 credits Understand the organisational framework for play - 4 credits Understand how to support positive outcomes for children and young people - 3 credits Understand relationships in the play environment - 3 credits Understand health, safety and security in the play environment - 2 credits Understand how to plan for and support children and young people's self-directed play - 5 credits Engage in personal development in health, social care or children's and young people's settings - 3 credits Contribute to an organisational framework that reflects the needs and protects the rights of children and young people - 4 credits Develop and maintain a healthy, safe and secure play environment for children and young people - 3 credits Develop and promote positive relationships in the play environment - 3 credits Plan for and support children and young people's self-directed play - 4 credits

The Diploma in Playwork covers the knowledge and skills needed when working un-supervised and requires the learner to demonstrate these in the workplace. To achieve the full Diploma in Playwork, learners will need to complete a total of 65 credits. 46 credits must come from the mandatory units, including units from the Award and Certificate and a further 19 credits are required from a choice of 2...

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