Courses for 2022

Early Child Hood Development Skills Programme: Level 1 & 2 To equip learners with skills enabling them to give sound care in a home situation or as an assistant in a crèche. To equip learners with skills enabling them to keep records and give reports on children in their care.
Basic Child Care Course: Level 4 Module 1 To provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to work as a professional nanny / au-pair with a family and/or as an educator for children aged 0-3 years in a crèche or playgroup.
Pre-School Course: Level 4 Module 2 To extend the Basic Child Care Course and to equip learners to work in a nursery school with children aged 3-6 years. To qualify learners at NQF Level 4 to teach. To promote individual and personal growth of each learner. To develop skills and knowledge regarding communication with parents and children.
Higher certificate in ECD Level 5 This Certificate is designed to provide higher education for experienced and skilled ECD practitioners.
It will enable ECD practitioners to use and create a holistic and integrated learning programme.
This course will give insight and understanding into inclusive education and the ability to enable participation of learners experiencing barriers to learning and development.
This will empower the learner to have a good understanding of the National Curriculum Framework and how it follows into the CAPS programme.
Pre-school Administration & Management Course: Level 5 This course aims to create competent and confident school leaders.
Barriers to Learning Course (Special Needs) Demonstrate how learning programmes can enhance the participation of learners with special needs.
Advanced Infant Care Course This course builds on the developmental knowledge from other programmes and focuses on Advanced Infant Care and stimulation of babies and toddlers in families and in the community.
Healthy Development Facilitator Course Heathy development – aimed at au-pairs and aftercare teachers who need to help the middle school child with homework, physical and emotional development. Helping the child who struggles with reading and homework.
Behaviour management guidelines and keeping the child creatively and industriously busy.