Caring for Childen & Young People – Level 2

Course Code: DLCYP
Course Duration
12 Week
Course Type
Distance Learning
Campus/Location
Online
Course Level
2
About the course

All children and young people deserve to be safe and well cared for within a safe and protective family. With over 50,000 children identified as needing protection from abuse in the UK, it is important that those working in the care sector understand the risks of abusive and exploitative behaviour that some children experience. On this course you will learn about strategies are used to protect them from this behaviour, and the procedures which need to be followed.

Units/Topics:
– Caring for young children in a babysitting environment
– Accident prevention and fire safety when babysitting
– Rights and responsibilities in relation to parenting
– Parenting and healthy lifestyles

By undertaking this programme, learners will be able to further their own continuous professional development, which may improve their career prospects. Learners may then wish to progress on to further qualifications.

To enrol for Telford College Distance Learning you must be aged 19+ as of the 31/08/21, be a resident of England and have lived in the EU for the last three years.  You cannot be currently studying on any other course with us or another provider.

This is a Distance Learning programme.  On enrolment you will be issued with all the relevant online learning materials required to complete the qualification. These materials have been officially endorsed by the Awarding Organisation, NCFE CACHE. The learning materials comprise a set of high-quality online knowledge workbooks alongside an easily accessible electronic platform that allows learners to complete a portfolio of evidence and demonstrate their achievement of all the learning outcomes associated with each unit.  Learners are also assigned an assessor whom they can speak to should they require advice at any stage.

Curriculum Area
Distance Learning
Categories
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