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Engaging Fathers in the Children’s Early Years

OVERVIEW
This course covers one QCF Unit and both the Level 1 Work With Parents and children & Young Peoples Workforce Diploma qualifications. It proves the opportunity for practitioners to use the 3 credits towards these qualifications and is accredited by City & Guilds (the same unit can also be accredited by CACHE). This unit is linked to the National Occupational Standards for Work for Parents (WWP) units WWP 310 & WWP 312 and Children’s care, Learning and Development (CCLD) units CCLD 304, CCLD 317 and CCLD 301.

LEARNER OUTCOMES
To enable the learner to gain the understanding and ability to work with fathers to engage them in their children’s early learning. To understand the policy context and research that underpins the involvement of fathers in their children’s learning. To understand how to work in partnership with fathers to support their children’s early learning. Understanding the barriers to fathers being involved in their children’s early learning. Understand how to use reflection to challenge and develop existing practice in working with fathers to support their children’s early learning.

COURSE LENGTH
2 Day Course


TARGET AUDIENCE
Any practioners working working with children and families.