Those students who have achieved 240 credits (Foundation Degree in Early Years or a related subject) can apply to do the final year and complete a further 120 Level 6 credits in order to achieve a full honours degree.
This vocational programme is a coherent integration of Higher Education level work and work-based learning and requires you to be working in either a paid or voluntary position, for at least 16 hours per week. It will equip students with the current knowledge, skills and understanding to effectively engage with the government’s vision of services to support children and their parents.
The course is validated by the University of Roehampton.
Course ContentModules studied include:
- Perspectives of Early Childhood Curricula and Frameworks
- Leadership and Management
- Contemporary Issues in Child Health
To follow this course, you need to have a foundation degree in Early Childhood Education equivalent.
This third year will give you the extra 120 credits (at level 6) that you need for the BA (Hons) degree.
Please note that this course is defined as Full Time when applying via www.direct.gov.uk for student finance.
AssessmentsDissertation, presentations, essays, reports and resources.
Duration1 year, one evening per week, 16:30 - 21:30
ProgressionApply for progression to Initial Teacher Training programmes or EYTS (Early Years Teacher Status).
Additional InformationCollege Code C24, Course Code X310
For information about course costs, please see the Carshalton College fees policy
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