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Child Care, Development, Psychology, Protection & Safeguarding- Complete Bundle Course

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The complete child care bundle consists of three premium courses that include Child Psychology Diploma, Diploma in Child Care & Child Protection and Safeguarding course. It’s a great opportunity for learners already working or looking to pursue a career in child care to upgrade their skills and qualification. Professionals such as teachers, early educators, social workers, TA’s so on will be able to brush up their knowledge and boost their career with a recognised certification. The course materials are designed and prepared by industry experts to meet all your learning demands and equip you with core skills to succeed in the relevant fields.

Child Psychology Diploma

This Child Psychology Diploma course provides both a practical and theoretical understanding of child psychology, equipping you with the real-world knowledge and skills required to fast track your career in this field. You will deepen your knowledge of the therapeutic relationship, and familiarise with a wide range of cognitive development theories. Through instructor-led guidance, you will learn about the stages of child development, including cognitive, social and emotional development. You will also explore the key factors that influence development in children. 

Diploma in Child Care

The Diploma in Child Care course will teach you to promote the development, health and safety of children. It includes practical training and guidance, ideal for teachers, childminders, and social care workers. Anyone who works with children must have an excellent understanding of their legal responsibilities when it comes to promoting their wellbeing, and this course discusses key duties involved in child care provision, from safeguarding to child protection. You’ll learn how to recognise the signs of abuse and neglect in children, plan educational play activities and support children with physical disabilities, special educational, social and emotional needs. Equip yourself with the skills and knowledge to build positive relationships with children and provide a nurturing environment in which they feel comfortable.

Child Protection and Safeguarding

This Child Protection and Safeguarding course have been designed to provide you with practical knowledge and skills to protect child welfare and take action in the case of a safeguarding emergency. It explores the challenges of safeguarding, legal responsibilities, safeguarding laws, policies and legislation, as well as the impact of abuse in detail. You’ll also gain in-depth knowledge of child development, taking a look at the domestic, social and emotional factors that impact development. This unique qualification is ideal for those who work with children such as teachers and social workers.

Sneak Peek

Who should take the course

This Child Care Course is a perfect fit for, but is not limited to, those in the following professions:

  • Childminders
  • Nursery and pre-school workers
  • Leisure facility staff
  • Teachers
  • Sports Coach
  • PE Teacher
  • Teaching assistants 
  • Social workers

Certification

Once you’ve successfully completed your course, you will immediately be sent a digital certificate. Also, you can have your printed certificate delivered by post (shipping cost £3.99). Our certifications have no expiry dates, although we do recommend that you renew them every 12 months.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, learners will be able to:

  • Demonstrate excellent understanding of the Child Protection and safeguarding System in England
  • Learn in detail the stages of social and emotional development in children
  • Identify the stages and areas of child development, from infancy to adulthood
  • Recognise the key stages and factors that impact and influence development in children
  • Care for children with mobility issues, learning disabilities, social & emotional needs
  • Identify the different types of special educational needs
  • Ensure children’s’ healthy development by providing nutritious & balanced meals
  • Recognise the signs of abuse and know how to provide support to an abused child
  • Respond to disclosure and take appropriate action, to fulfil their duty of care

Accreditation

All of our courses are fully accredited. The content of the Child Care course is certified by the CPD Certification Service as conforming to the continuous professional development principles. This course provides you with up-to-date skills and knowledge and helps you to become more competent and effective in your chosen field.

Assessment

At the end of the course, there will be an online assessment, which you will need to pass to complete the course. Answers are marked instantly and automatically, allowing you to know straight away whether you have passed. If you haven’t, there’s no limit on the number of times you can take the final exam. All this is included in the one-time fee you paid for the course itself.

Course Curriculum

Child Psychology Diploma

  • What is Child Psychology?
  • The Environmental Context and Child Development 
  • The Scope of Child Development
  • Stages of Development 
  • Areas of Development 
  • Interrelationship among Various Areas of Development
  • Importance of the Study of Child Development
  • Stages of Psychosocial Development 
  • Summary
  • What is Attachment? 
  • Bowlby’s Attachment Theory
  • Evolutionary Theory
  • Maternal Deprivation Hypothesis 
  • Internal Working Models
  • Imprinting 
  • Typical Attachments
  • Understanding Privation and Deprivation 
  • Privation
  • Deprivation 
  • Government and Program Rules
  • Effective Provision of Pre-school Education Project 
  • Mind and Autism 
  • Effects of Autism in Child’s Development
  • Reasons of Communication Problems 
  • Summary
  • Grief
  • Do Children Grieve Differently to Adults?
  • Infancy and Early Childhood
  • Middle Childhood
  • Adolescence
  • How Divorce Affects Children
  • Factors Affecting Children’s Adjustment 
  • The Effects of Foster Care 
  • Summary
  • Types of Development Recap
  • Influences on Problematic Development
  • Parenting Styles
  • Exposure to Family Problems in Early Life 
  • Summary
  • An Overview of Cognitive Development
  • Piaget’s Theory
  • The Information-Processing Theory
  • Cognitive Milestones Age-By-Age
  • Cognitive Development in Infancy
  • Cognitive Development in the Toddler/Preschool Years
  • Cognitive Development in the Middle Years
  • Cognitive Development in Adolescence
  • Summary
  • General Stages of Social Development 
  • Attachment and Bonding 
  • Stages of Emotional Development 
  • Outside Factors Affecting Social Development 
  • Family Factors that Affect Social Development
  • Nature vs Nurture 
  • Children’s’ Fears
  • Overcoming Social Fears in Children
  • Dealing with Social Phobias 
  • Understanding Emotional Development in Children 
  • Age Guidelines 
  • General Principles for Supporting Children’s Emotional Development
  • Summary
  • Brain Development
  • Intellectual Development at Different Ages 
  • Personality/Character Development
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Customisation of Psychoanalytic Concept
  • Erikson and Sullivan’s Stages of Psychosocial Growth
  • The Role Socialisation vs Temperament
  • Role of Parent’s motivation
  • Temperament/Personality Traits
  • Types of Personalities Types of Children
  • Parent’s Temperament and Personality Development
  • Reasons and Results of Childhood Trauma
  • Summary
  • Introduction to Language Development 
  • Phonological Development
  • Lexical Development
  • Morpho-Syntactic Development
  • Learning and Communication Difficulties
  • Factor Influencing Language Development
  • Linguistic Processes
  • Evolution of Communication Bilingual Children
  • Parent’s Role in Helping Children
  • Development of Skills at Different Stages 
  • Summary
  • Introduction
  • Moral Development
  • Stages of Moral Growth in Children 
  • Piaget on Moral Development 
  • Lawrence Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development 
  • Other Theories of Moral Development in Children
  • Freud’s Theory of Psychosexual Development 
  • Summary
  • Introduction 
  • Sleep Problems 
  • Assessment of Sleeping Problems 
  • Proactive Factors and Family Resources 
  • Potty Training Problems
  • Learning and Communication Difficulties 
  • Autism 
  • Psychoeducation
  • Family-based Approach to Managing Autism 
  • Summary
  • Conduct/Behaviour Disorders
  • Social Information-Processing Theory 
  • Family-Based Communication and Problem-Solving Training
  • Home-School Liaison Meetings and Remedial Tuition
  • Development of Fears and Anxieties Causes of Childhood Anxiety
  • Cognitive and Behavioural Treatment 
  • Development of the Concept of Pain
  • Family-Based Treatment Approach 
  • Summary
  • Drug Abuse
  • Depression
  • Becoming Street-Drug Free 
  • Anorexia
  • Causes of Anorexia
  • Bulimia Nervosa
  • Causes of Bulimia
  • Therapy for Eating Disorders
  • Summary

Diploma in Child Care

  • Why Care Matters so Much 
  • Children Need Touch 
  • Routines for Young Children 
  • Clothing 
  • Bedtime 
  • Sharing the Care with Children 
  • Summary/Keynotes of the Module 
  • Assessment
  • Main Food Groups 
  • Why Food from Each Group is Important 
  • Making Up a Balanced Diet 
  • Why a Balanced Diet is Important 
  • Healthy Meals for Children 
  • Encouraging Children to Eat Healthy 
  • Food Allergies to Look For 
  • Summary/Keynotes of the Module 
  • Assessment 
  • Daily Personal Hygiene 
  • Ill Health in Children Accident and Hazards 
  • Guidance for Health and Safety 
  • Safety Equipment and Features 
  • Summary/Key Notes of the Module 
  • Assessment 
  • Definitions 
  • Recognition 
  • Signs of Neglect 
  • Helping Children to Protect Themselves 
  • Summary/Keynotes of the Module 
  • Assessment 
  • What is Play? 
  • Why is Play Seen as Important?
  • Play and Imagination 
  • Creativity 
  • Summary/Keynotes of the Module 
  • Assessment
  • Statutory Services 
  • Health Services for Children 
  • Social Services for Children 
  • Education Services for Children 
  • Leisure Activity and Recreation Services 
  • Voluntary Services and Self-help Agencies 
  • Summary/Keynotes of the Module 
  • Assessment 
  • What are Special Needs? 
  • What is Disability? 
  • Avoiding Stereotypes 
  • Use of Appropriate and Sensitive Terminology 
  • Special Education Needs 
  • Early Support Programme
  • Caring for Children with Feeding and Communication Differences 
  • Caring for Children with Mobility Differences 
  • Caring for Children with Special Social and Emotional Needs 
  • Caring for Children with Complex Needs 
  • Summary/Keynotes of the Module 
  • Assessment

Child Protection and Safeguarding

  • History of Child Protection in the UK
  • The Victoria Climbey Enquiry
  • Child Protection System in England (The department of Education)
  • The Children Act (short one or two sentence overview and then, key principles in bullet points; need to be short and concise)
  • Policy and Guidance
  • Other Legislation
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Definition of child abuse
  • Who is at risk and why?
  • Types of Abuse
  • Neglect
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Physical Abuse
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Sexual Abuse (short description and then refer to module 4 for further study)
  • Bullying
  • Cyberbullying
  • Child Trafficking (types, signs, effect and who is at risk)
  • Grooming
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Child Sexual Exploitation
  • Types of Sexual Abuse
  • Harmful Sexual Behaviour
  • Female Genital Mutilation (overview, signs and effects)
  • Who are the abusers?
  • Online Sexual Offenders
  • Signs of Sexual Abuses in Children
  • Impact of Sexual Abuses in Children
  • What to do when a child reveals sexual abuses to you
  • Lessons from child sexual abuses
  • How to provide support to the abused child?
  • How to keep children safe from potential sexual abuses?
  • Responding to child sexual abuses
  • Legislation on child sexual abuses
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • The Impact of Domestic Abuse on Children: Key Facts
  • Definition of child abuse
  • Who is at risk and why?
  • Types of Abuse
  • Neglect
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Physical Abuse
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Grooming
  • Your Roles and Responsibilities
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Factors that may increase the risk
  • Where risks come from?
  • Single Assessment Process
  • How to assess if the child is at risk of harm or not?
  • How to recognise a risky situation?
  • Parental Risk factors
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • What is Disclosure?
  • Understand why children don’t disclose
  • What to do if a child discloses
  • Taking Action
  • Your Responsibilities
  • Fulfilling ‘Duty of Care’
  • What, when and How to Report
  • Myths about reporting
  • The structure of reporting in the UK
  • Organisations that may provide support
  • Talking to the parents
  • Referrals to Social Care
  • How is a referral made
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Social Care’s Decision
  • What to do If you disagree with the decision
  • Early Help Assessment
  • Statutory Assessment
  • The strategy Discussions
  • Child Protection Conferences
  • Child Protection Plans
  • Learning and improving the framework
  • Child death reviews
  • The review Conference
  • Online Child Protection Learning Resources
  • Summary
  • Assessment

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