Submitted by Muath on Mon, 05/21/2018 - 11:31
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Description of Learning Outcomes

On completion of this programme the student will be able to:

  • Promote educational development and health and well-being in children whom they care for
  • Empower the child, family and wider community
  • Function as independent practitioners accountable for their practice
  • Update and develop professional standards applying evidence-based practice to the care of children
  • Contribute to the health and well-being, identity and belonging, communication, exploratory and thinking needs of children
  • Select, evaluate and apply evidence-based practice in order to positively influence childcare
  • Assess, plan, implement and evaluate childcare interventions to meet the physical, psychological, social, and educational needs of children
  • Identify health-related learning needs of children, family, and friends in order to devise effective health promotion programmes
  • Contribute as a member, or leader of, a childcare team and utilise where necessary the expertise of other professions
  • Evaluate the influence of social, political and cultural factors in relation to early childhood care and education
  • Develop the skills required to become autonomous learners so that they can participate fully in their own professional development
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