To extend the Basic Child Care Course and to equip learners to work in a nursery school with children aged 3-6 years. To promote individual and personal growth of each learner. To develop skills and knowledge regarding communication with parents and children
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Management and administration skills
- Programme planning
- Language and children’s literature
- Perceptual games
- Creative activities
- Puppets and storytelling
- Observation, assessment and report writing
-Students who are pursuing an associate or undergraduate programme that include a course in business administration.
-Understanding English Language
-Basic Child Care Knowledge
Early Childhood Development is the all-round development of our children to help them to further develop into childhood and adulthood. The development of babies, toddlers and young children form the foundation for all further development that a child undergoes. Childcare services (day-care, pre-school, etc.) represent much more than a drop-off location for working parents, they play a very important part in the development of children. They give children an opportunity to engage in a variety of educational and social activities. During early childhood, rapid development (physical, cognitive and emotional) takes place, this development is crucial in readying children for school. Children who are ready for school will be friendly, confident, and social; they will have good peer relationships, language skills and they will communicate well. School-ready children will be less likely to fail a grade and will perform better overall.