Neuroscience in Early Years CACHE Level 4 Certificate

This qualification is designed for practitioners who wish to improve their knowledge of early brain development. You learn new skills and study key neuroscience topics to support a career advancement within the early years sector. Develop new practical skills for working with children from birth to seven years and support the practitioner role in the workplace. Block 1 provides you with an in-depth understanding of neuroscience in early years. Block 2 helps you understand the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on the stress response system of children & the nurturing role of the adult in supporting self-regulation through co-regulation. Block 3 helps you gain a deeper understanding of contemporary thinking & research from the neurosciences and acquire a critical insight into this thinking and research in understanding child development from birth to seven years. The Research Project unit aims to implement neuroscience-informed change through practitioner-led enquiry within your own setting. This will be achieved through a small-scale research project. You will be introduced to research & the role of ethics when undertaking research. The theme selected will allow you to reflect on practice, use current research to produce recommendations for improvements to own setting, implement these recommendations & summarise findings. This will run for the duration of your course & is its own separate block. To complete this qualification, you must be employed, or have access to a placement for the duration of the course, (full time is not necessary, but a minimum of one day a week is required) within the Early Years sector, working in an Ofsted registered setting with children aged from birth to 5. Please note, after school clubs and toddler groups are not appropriate for this qualification. Upon successful completion of this course, you may wish to progress to further study, for example the Level 4 Certificate for the Early Years Advanced Practitioner. To complete this qualification, you must be employed, a volunteer or have access to a placement for the duration of the course, (full time is not necessary, but a minimum of one day a week is required) within the Early Years sector, working in an Ofsted registered setting with children aged from birth to 5. After school clubs and toddler groups are not permitted.

Subject Childcare
Level Level 4
Study Type Part Time
Course Code 5038
Cost £ 811.00
Start Date 31-Jan-2022
Start Time 9:30am
End Date 23-May-2022
End Time 4pm
Day Monday
Duration 13 Weeks
Venue Shipley College
Start Date Start Time End Date End Time Day Duration Venue
31-Jan-2022 9:30am 23-May-2022 4pm Monday 13 Weeks Shipley College
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