UNDERSTANDING THE UNIQUE NEEDS OF BABIES


Date/Time: Thursday February 6 2020 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location: Leap Children's & Familes Centre

Clyde Street, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Oldham, OL7 0NQ


UNDERSTANDING THE UNIQUE NEEDS OF BABIES

Area:               Learning and Development

Audience:     Practitioners (Baby Room)

Trainer:          Mary Lestrange

Within the EYFS it states that at least half of all staff must have received training that specifically addresses the care of babies (3.31), this course helps you fulfills this requirement of the EYFS. This course will help baby room staff understand the basic needs of babies taking into account the importance of relationships & quality routines. It will look at the value of environment and discuss early sensory and motor development. It will support baby room staff to gain an in-depth knowledge about the unique needs of babies and will explore the importance of quality interactions, communication, routines and the environment

Learning Objectives:

  • To explore why a good knowledge of child development is vital in understanding how babies learn & develop
  • To understand attachment theory and its importance for practitioners working with babies
  • To understand the unique need of babies in day-care settings
  • To explore key issues of working with babies and the importance of quality care routines
  • To identify aspects of a quality learning environment for babies and explore appropriate resources and activities to support babies learning and development

 



Bookings

£38.00