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Part Time Foundation Degree in Early Childhood Studies

Southern Regional College

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FOUNDATION DEGREE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDIES Who is this course for? This foundation degree course has been designed to provide the student with specialist knowledge and understanding of working with 0-18 year olds. The degree focuses on the key theories, concepts and practical skills required to work with this age group in the primary school or other specialist early learning years settings. How long is this course for? This degree will run part time over three years. If you are not employed in the sector you will be required to complete a relevant work placement. What will I study? The modules covered include: Shared Perspectives on the Young Child Skills and Strategies for Managing Behaviour Child Protection Special Educational Needs and Promoting Inclusion in the Early Year's Environment Each unit is internally assessed and graded by lecturers. A range of assessment methods are used including assignments, case studies, practical exercises, presentations and examinations. Attendance Part-Time What can I do after the course? Students may use the award to enhance career prospects in the early year's sector in areas such as Early Years Specialist, Senior Practitioner, Manager or Coordinator. Successful students may also progress to Stranmillis College and enter Year 2 of the BA (Hons) Degree in Early Childhood Studies. Alternatively they may progress into Year 2 of a similar course in a university within the United Kingdom, or the Republic of Ireland.

FOUNDATION DEGREE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDIES Who is this course for? This foundation degree course has been designed to provide the student with specialist knowledge and understanding of working with 0-18 year olds. The degree focuses on the key theories, concepts and practical skills required to work with this age group in the primary school or other specialist early learning years settings. How...

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