Mental Health in the Early Years Level 2

NCFE

This is an online, self-led course designed to help you understand the types of traumatic events that can affect children in their early years and how this can impact their mental health long term.

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Level 2

Attendance - Part-time
Duration - Self led study (approx 10 weeks)
Start date - January
Where - Online

Course Overview

This course is perfect for those working in childcare, parents, guardians, or anyone with a keen interest in protecting the emotional wellbeing of children. You will learn about statutory requirements that are needed in early years settings, including the vital role of the key person in supporting children. The course also covers constructive bonds and challenging circumstances on a child’s mental health.
This course is classed as ‘individual study’, therefore, there is no lessons to attend in the college or online. An assessor will be allocated to you and send you an email with induction information to complete yourself. You will be provided with login details for the college VLE for induction and separate login details for the actual course materials.
This course is made up of three units: mental health for young children in the early years; the significance of attachment and adverse childhood experiences for young children in the early years, and the role of the Early Years Practitioner supporting mental health and wellbeing for young children in the early years.
This course is perfect for those working in childcare, parents, guardians, or anyone with a keen interest in protecting the emotional wellbeing of children. You will learn about statutory requirements that are needed in early years settings, including the vital role of the key person in supporting children. The course also covers constructive bonds and challenging circumstances on a child’s mental health.
This course is made up of three units: mental health for young children in the early years; the significance of attachment and adverse childhood experiences for young children in the early years, and the role of the Early Years Practitioner supporting mental health and wellbeing for young children in the early years.
This course is classed as ‘individual study’, therefore, there is no lessons to attend in the college or online. An assessor will be allocated to you and send you an email with induction information to complete yourself. You will be provided with login details for the college VLE for induction and separate login details for the actual course materials.

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