Nursery Assistant Certification
Working with children is one of the most rewarding careers a person can have. There are many ways you can become professionally involved in a child’s education.
One such position is working as a nursery assistant. These individuals are responsible for working with babies and toddlers. Part of your job may include playing with the children in your care, developing lesson plans and communicating with parents and carers about their children.
You can enter this field in many different ways, with a variety of qualifications being available to you, depending on your work history, education and life experience.
This course goes into detail about working as a nursery assistant to give you all the information you need to enable you to pursue a fantastic career in this growing field.
We begin by giving you a brief introduction to the position, including a discussion of the required skills and anticipated salary levels.
We then talk about the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, which you must follow when coming up with lesson plans for the children in your care.
Next, we review the developmental milestones that the children in your care should be expected to meet. Finally, we talk about the importance of play when developing learning programmes.
You Will Learn:
The skills and qualifications you need to successfully obtain employment as a nursery assistant
What the prime areas of learning are
What the specific areas of learning are
Which milestones you should be on the lookout for at each age, from birth to age five
The six types of play you should encourage children in your care to engage in
Benefits of Taking this Course:
- Understanding more about this highly rewarding career
- Learning how you can qualify for a position as a nursery assistant, depending on your life experience and prior work and education history
- Learning more about how to best engage children in educational play
- Understanding more about the various developmental milestones that children should reach
- Learning how you can help the children in your care achieve their learning goals