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Early Childhood Studies

UCAS Code: Not applicable

Foundation Degree in Arts - FdA

Entry requirements


UCAS Tariff

64

About this course


Course option

2.0years

Part-time | 2020

**About this Course:**

This course is an innovative response to specific sector needs which enhances the professional development of early years practitioners and the quality of early years provision for children and their families. This degree provides opportunities for students to consolidate, strengthen and enhance their knowledge and skills, and provides progression pathways to further and higher study.

Rotherham College has an excellent reputation within the early years and childcare sector. Our highly skilled and experienced staff team, the Colleges’ nursery provision and links with employers in the sector will support you to achieve your full potential.

**Modules Covered:**

**Level 4**

-Academic Study Skills

-Early Childhood Development

-Professional Reflective Practice: Listening and Learning Journeys

-Safeguarding and Promoting the Well-Being of Young Children

-Social Inclusion and Early Childhood Education

-Professional Reflective Practice: Learning Journeys

**Level 5**

-Approaches to Research in Early Childhood Studies

-Children's Play and Creativity

-Professional Reflective Practice: Transitions and Critical Reflection on Alternative Pedagogies

-Research Report

-Inclusive Strategies for Children with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

-Professional Reflective Practice: Critical Reflection on Alternative Pedagogies

?**Progression:**

- Higher Education BA (hons) degrees in Childhood Studies, Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Education and Care

- Upon successful completion of these courses you could go into employment in roles such as Nurse Manager, Pre-School Leader or Family Support Worker

**Entry Requirements:**

* 48 UCAS points

* Level 3 Childcare/Early Years qualification with license to practice status

* GCSE Maths and English grade C/4 or equivalent

* Hold a current DBS

* Be employed in a sector in a relevant setting and role

* A minimum of six months experience post-qualifying at Level 3

* ICT access and skills to support online learning elements of the programme

* IELTS English Score of 6.0 minimum required for international applicants

If you do not meet these requirements please contact us as we are able to consider applicants with other qualifications, relevant experience or personal circumstances on an individual basis.

Tuition fees

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England
£4,400
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Northern Ireland
£4,400
per year
Scotland
£4,400
per year
Wales
£4,400
per year

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Course location:

University Centre Rotherham (UCR)

Department:

Caring Professions, Science & Land-based Industries

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