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This introductory preparation course is designed to support those working within, as well as those who are looking to enter into the field of Early Learning and Childcare. Candidates will develop practical skills and the industry standard underpinning knowledge, necessary for career progression within the Early Learning and Childcare sector.
This is a 12 week programme with 4 classroom sessions and access to online resources designed to support those who wish to undertake the HNC Childhood Practice qualification starting in September 2019.
This sector is expanding and demand for qualified Early Years staff is set to rise. This course prepares the candidate for direct entry to the HNC Childhood Practice programme at Forth Valley College and provides learners with the necessary skills and knowledge required for a career in Early Learning and Childcare.
The course will provide the learner with a wide knowledge of the factors, which influence children's care and their learning and development. You will gain an understanding of the principles, values and legislation underpinning early years practice.
Come along and join this free 2 hour Heartstart Session (6-8pm). Please note that places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If booking on behalf of someone else, please ensure to use the participant's name. Participants will receive a recognised certificate on completion of the course.
The REHIS Intermediate Food Hygiene Certificate provides a detailed understanding of food hygiene. It is suited to individuals who are already working in hospitality or catering who have existing skills and knowledge of food hygiene practices. Individuals will gain practical skills in order to carry out activities such as the safe and hygienic handling of food in line with current legislation.The course is eligible for Individual Training Account (ITA) funding.
This course will provide learners with a basic introduction to community work. Delivered informally, the course will allow learners to research and identify resources within the local community. Investigate ethics, values and competencies associated with community work incorporating aspects of Child protection; Safeguarding; Corporate Parenting; assertive communications; Listening in Crisis and Policy and Theory.
No previous experience is necessary.