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The Level 2 Diploma for the Early Years Practitioner is made up of 37 credits. The overall learning outcomes are:
● Understand the role of the Early Years Practitioner
● Understand factors impacting on communication in the workplace
● Understand working relationships within Early Years Settings
● Understand why Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is integral to the role of the Early Years Practitioner
The qualification comprises 14 units with a combined total of 37 credits.

This qualifications is approved and regulated by government regulated body Ofqual (Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) to ensure consistent course quality.
OfQual Qualification Number: 603/5680/7br>❯ To view this qualification on OfQual website, please click here

Equivalences
This qualification at Level 3 represent practical knowledge, skills, capabilities and competences that are assessed in academic terms as being equivalent to GCE AS/A Levels.
Qualification structure
The Level 3 Award in Education and Training of 6 units for a combined total of 12 credits.
Key facts about Level 2 Diploma for the Early Years Practitioner
  • The Level 2 Diploma for the Early Years Practitioner consists of 14 units with a combined total of 37 credits

    Mandatory unit
    ● Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training (3 credits)

    Optional unit - Group A (Choose minimum 6 credits)
    ● Roles and responsibilities of the Early Years practitioner (3 credits)
    ● Health and safety of Infants and young children in Early Years Settings (3 credits)
    ● Equality, diversity and Inclusive practice in Early Years Settings (3 credits)

    ● Safeguarding, protection and welfare of Infants and young children in Early Years Settings (3 credits)
    ● Understand How to support childrens development (3 credits)
    ● Support care routines for infants and young children (4 credits)
    ● Support the planning and delivery of activities, purposeful play opportunities and educational programmes (4 credits)
    ● Promote play in an Early Years Setting (2 credits)
    ● Support well-being of infants and young children for healthy Llfestyles (3 credits)
    ● Support infants and young children to be physically active (4 credits)
    ● Support the needs of infants and young children with Special Educational Needs and Disability (4 credits)
    ● Promote positive behaviour in Early Years Settings (4 credits)
    ● Partnership working in the Early Years Settings (4 credits)
    ● Support the needs of the child in preparing for school (4 credits)
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  Duration
6 Months 9 Months
  Course Delivery

Online

  Entry Requirements

One of the following:

  Course Content

The Level 2 Diploma for the Early Years Practitioner consists of 14 units with a combined total of 37 credits

Mandatory unit
● Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training (3 credits)

Optional unit - Group A (Choose minimum 6 credits)
● Roles and responsibilities of the Early Years practitioner (3 credits)
● Health and safety of Infants and young children in Early Years Settings (3 credits)
● Equality, diversity and Inclusive practice in Early Years Settings (3 credits)

● Safeguarding, protection and welfare of Infants and young children in Early Years Settings (3 credits)
● Understand How to support childrens development (3 credits)
● Support care routines for infants and young children (4 credits)
● Support the planning and delivery of activities, purposeful play opportunities and educational programmes (4 credits)
● Promote play in an Early Years Setting (2 credits)
● Support well-being of infants and young children for healthy Llfestyles (3 credits)
● Support infants and young children to be physically active (4 credits)
● Support the needs of infants and young children with Special Educational Needs and Disability (4 credits)
● Promote positive behaviour in Early Years Settings (4 credits)
● Partnership working in the Early Years Settings (4 credits)
● Support the needs of the child in preparing for school (4 credits)

  Assessment

Assessment is done via submission of Assignment and written exam.

The fee for the programme is as follows:

GBP £1250 GBP £950

  Payment plans

Please find below available fee payment plans:

6 Months - GBP £1250 ● Payment option (a): GBP £416 x 3 monthly instalments
● Payment option (b): GBP £1187.50 x 1 instalment (We offer 5% bursary on total fee for students opting to pay in full)

Stage 2 Fee GBP £4900 is payable directly to the university


9 Months - GBP £950
● Payment option (c): GBP £190 x 5 monthly instalments
● Payment option (d): GBP £475 x 2 quarterly instalments
● Payment option (e): GBP £902.50 x 1 instalment (We offer 5% bursary on total fee for students opting to pay in full)

Stage 2 Fee GBP £4900 is payable directly to the university

  Accreditation

Please Note:-

  • Qualifi, UK - an Awarding body by the UK Government’s regulator - OfQual.

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