Child Development Advanced Level Fostering

This course aims to help participants to understand the nature of child development, the impact of adverse circumstances on children …

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This course aims to help participants to understand the nature of child development, the impact of adverse circumstances on children and ways in which to improve the outcomes for children and young people.
Child development is suitable for foster carers and children’s home staff working with vulnerable young children, who want to develop their knowledge of child development and to understand how this links to the young person’s personal life.
The main learning objectives of the course are as follows:

  1. Understand what child development is
  2. Identify the stages of development
  3. Explore theories of child development
  4. Explore behavioural & social learning theory
  5. Identify red flags
  6. Consider brain development and what impacts it

This course meets the Training, Support and Development Standards as outlined in The Fostering Services (England) Regulations 2011 / 2013.

Should you wish to discuss your needs before making a booking, please call 0800 774 7874.

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  1. Profile photo of PANAYIOTA CHRISTOPHI PANAYIOTA CHRISTOPHI says:

    talk to the child
    be sympathetic
    listen to the childs problems and listen to what they are going through

    how the abuser plays with the childs brain
    the way that the abuser knows how where to hit the child
    I have learnt that there are some bad people in this world
    Great

  2. Profile photo of Natasha Broadhead Natasha Broadhead says:

    Relating theory to practice when looking at the stages of development and why a child may be behaving in a particular way. Although child development stages are general, being subjective to the child in relation to their development and what support they require. Recognising the importance of development in children and how interruptions can impact on children in all domains of development.
    The different theories of child development such as Freud's psychosexual theory which introduced the ID, ego and superego and Erikson's psychosocial theory that identifies eight stages of development to developing a sense of identity.
    How the way in which children were perceived has changed over the centuries from being viewed as little adults to developing in response to nurturing and stages of development.
    Learnt more about the three domains of development which are physical, cognitive and social/ emotional.
    Great

  3. Profile photo of Natasha Broadhead Natasha Broadhead says:

    Relating theory to practice when looking at the stages of development and why a child may be behaving in a particular way. Although child development stages are general, being subjective to the child in relation to their development and what support they require. Recognising the importance of development in children and how interruptions can impact on children in all domains of development.
    The different theories of child development such as Freud's psychosexual theory which introduced the ID, ego and superego and Erikson's psychosocial theory that identifies eight stages of development to developing a sense of identity.
    How the way in which children were perceived has changed over the centuries from being viewed as little adults to developing in response to nurturing and stages of development.
    Learnt more about the three domains of development which are physical, cognitive and social/ emotional.
    Great

  4. Profile photo of Natasha Broadhead Natasha Broadhead says:

    Relating theory to practice when looking at the stages of development and why a child may be behaving in a particular way. Although child development stages are general, being subjective to the child in relation to their development and what support they require. Recognising the importance of development in children and how interruptions can impact on children in all domains of development.
    The different theories of child development such as Freud's psychosexual theory which introduced the ID, ego and superego and Erikson's psychosocial theory that identifies eight stages of development to developing a sense of identity.
    How the way in which children were perceived has changed over the centuries from being viewed as little adults to developing in response to nurturing and stages of development.
    Learnt more about the three domains of development which are physical, cognitive and social/ emotional.
    Great

  5. Profile photo of Alison Allonby Alison Allonby says:

    I will continue to nurture and be aware of stages in child development and will give encouragement to express feelings and listen to the child.
    Recognition that stress can significantly affect the building blocks of child development
    Understanding that child development is a change in the child that occurs over time
    Encourage and stimulate children to meet developmental milestones
    Great

  6. Profile photo of Zack Pavon Zack Pavon says:

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