About the course
This Course is designed for students who want to work in the Early Years Sector. BTEC’s are vocationally related qualifications where learners develop knowledge and understanding, applying their learning and skills in work related contexts.
These qualifications give underpinning knowledge of child development and related theories. By completing this course you will gain a broad understanding and knowledge of the early years, develop essential skills such as observation, assessment skills and reflective practice skills.
You will also need to attend a work experience so that you can put theory into practice.
Course Suitable For
Anyone who has an interest in working in the early years sector
Preferable Entry Requirements
GCSE Grade C English and Maths
This Course is designed for students who want to work in the Early Years Sector. BTEC’s are vocationally, related qualifications where learners develop knowledge and understanding by applying their learning and skills in work related contexts.
By completing a one year course you can go on to complete the National Award in Children’s Play Learning and Development
Why Grace Academy?
Why not! Come and learn a new subject in a place that you are familiar with, in surroundings that you are aware of and with teachers who you know, that are willing to help you and support you through your next educational journey.
BTEC Level 3 National Certificate in Children’s Play Learning and Development.
BTEC Level 3 National Subsidiary Award in Children’s Play Learning and Development.
Two core subjects: Unit 1: Child Development Unit 2: Play and Learning
180 guided learning hours
BTEC Level 3 National Award in Children’s Play Learning and Development
Five Core Units and one optional.
360 guided learning hours
Unit 1 – Externally set and marked.
Assignments, coursework, placements and a portfolio of evidence.
Our Teaching and Learning Strategy is at the core of our approach to students and their learning. We aim to provide a learning community where students achieve excellence and achievement is celebrated. We want you to enjoy your time at the academy and to be successful.
You will need to monitor your own progress. We want you to become self-critical and to think about how you can improve.
We will expect you to work hard and productively. Being present in the academy for as long as it is necessary for you to meet your targets and succeed in your learning.
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