Child Development 0-19 years (E-Learning)

This course will cover the following areas: pre birth development - what happens in the womb, all stages of development from 0 - 19 years, rates of development, sequences of development, strategies for supporting child development, services available to support a child's development.


Details

This course is delivered by the Education Psycology Service.

This course will cover the following areas:

  • Pre birth development - what happens in the womb
  • All stages of development from 0 - 19 years
  • Rates of development • Sequences of development
  • Strategies for supporting child development
  • Services available to support a child's development

To apply please complete the (SCIL E-Learning Booking Form) and not the general SCIL booking form.


Who's it for?

This module is aimed primarily at authorised practitioners who work with children, young people and families, including Teachers; Midwives and Health Visitors; Youth Services and Connexions; Family Support Workers; Childminders; Social Workers; Voluntary and Community Groups; Early Years and Play Workers amongst others.


What you said

'Good to get away from my setting to really think about why and how we do things with children. Have taken a lot away from the day.' (Learner Feedback, November 2012)


Other Information

Duration

Approximately 1 - 2 hours.

To apply please complete the (SCIL E-Learning Booking Form) and not the general SCIL booking form.


For learners working in Somerset, all SCIL E-Learning modules cost £15 per learner, per module.

For learners working outside of Somerset, all SCIL E-Learning modules cost £25 per learner, per module.

Payment via invoice is no longer accepted for E-Learning training.

For some areas of the Children and Young People's Workforce, funding may be available; please contact us for further information.

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