A programme of study aimed at those returning to education. Designed to progress students to a level enabling them to embark on a degree course. The Access to Education Studies programme is validated by One Awards.
This course is aimed at practising Early Years practitioners that hold a relevant Level 3 qualification and have had at least two years post-Level 3 experience in an Early Years setting for a minimum of 16 hours per week.
This programme is suitable for students who are already working or volunteering in a classroom supportive role within an educational setting. The course aims to develop professional practice and increase knowledge in particular when working with special educational needs.
The FdA WWCYP is suitable for those already working with children and young people or for those looking to move into this sector. With three established progression routes into BA (Hons) Education, BA (Hons) Working with Children and Young People and BA (Hons) Early Years, this course provides the platform for career development in these challenging sectors.
Whatever course you choose, you'll get the highest level of training from specialist tutors, benefiting from their knowledge and experience of working not just in education but also in industry.