Working with children is a rewarding and engaging career. If you are already working in an early years environment, whether employed or in a voluntary position, and are looking for a way to get even better at caring for young people as well as keeping up-to-date with all policy developments, then the Foundation Degree Young Children’s Learning and Development is the course for you.The course will help you take your childcare skills to the next level. Learning about both key management skills and child development, you’ll turn the theory you learn into hands-on practice. We support you to find placements you placements as a preferred supplier for many daycare providers in Hull. We also ensure you have a a Workplace Mentor to ensure you get the support you need to succeed.If you are looking for ways to accelerate your career prospects in childcare management or thinking about running your own nursery and want a course that is flexible, apply for your place on the Foundation Degree Young Children’s Learning and Development.
How is the course assessed?
Hull College Group
UCAS Tariff Points: 160
Subjects Required: Students will require level 3 qualification in children’s care, learning and development or the extended diploma in Children and Young Peoples Workforce Development at a merit or grade C.
IELTS Score: 6.5
GCSE English and Maths
grade C or equivalent.
In addition: 100
Modules & Units
Level 4 Units: Play Based Learning; Professional Practice: Academic Skill; Child Development; Observation & Physical Well-Being in the Early Years; Collaborative Practice & Supporting Children with Special Needs
Level 5 Units: Professional Practice: Research; Implementing Research; Early Years Practitioner; Enterprise and Employability & Leadership and Management
Teaching and learning will consist of taught sessions, workshops, seminars, workplace visits and tutorials. In addition to this, each student will be expected to undertake a considerable amount of self-directed study. Students will be assessed in a variety of ways including essays, workplace visits, observations, portfolios, progress files, presentations and reflective accounts