Child Psychology is an extremely interesting subject, which aims to understand child development and behaviour. For any aspiring psychologist this Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology – Level 3 will be a great start. The course covers various interesting topics and will give you an overview of child psychology, and allow you to pursue a career within this field.
Learning with Study 365 has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand.
This course is comprised of professionally narrated e-Learning modules, interactive quizzes, tests, and exams. All delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months).
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- Understand the cognitive, moral, and social development of children
- Understand the debate of nature vs nurture, and study theories from various psychologists
- Understand how to prepare children for school, and socialisation at the early stages
This online training course is comprehensive and designed to cover the key topics listed under the curriculum.
You will have 12 Months access to your online study platform from the date you purchased the course. The course is self-paced so you decide how fast or slow the training goes. You can complete the course in stages revisiting the training at any time.
At the end of the course, learners will take an online multiple choice question assessment test. The online test is marked straight away, so you will know immediately if you have passed the course.
Successful candidates will be awarded an Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology - Level 3.
Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.
This Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology - Level 3 will be the first step to becoming a Psychologist. A Consultant Child Psychologist working for the NHS can earn around £50K (http://www.glassdoor.co.uk), and you could also work in private practice. There are a number of roles this Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology - Level 3 would allow you to pursue, including:
- Mental Health Care Worker
- Child Psychologist
- Clinical Psychologist
- Educational Psychologist
|E Certificate Download Guide||00:00:00|
|1: Babies from their Birth to One Year Old|
|1. Babies from their Birth to One Year Old|
|2: The Stages and Sequences of Children’s Social and Emotional Development|
|2. The Stages and Sequences of Children’s Social and Emotional Development|
|3: Language and Linguistic Skills of Children|
|3. Language and Linguistic Skills of Children|
|4: Cognitive Development of Children|
|4. Cognitive Development of Children|
|5: How important is Play for Children|
|5. How important is Play for Children|
|6: Psychologists and Theories|
|6. Psychologists and Theories|
|7: The Debate of Nature Versus Nurture|
|7. The Debate of Nature Versus Nurture|
|8: Moral Development of Children|
|8. Moral Development of Children|
|9: Gender Differences in Children|
|9. Gender Differences in Children|
|10: Developing Confidence in Children|
|10. Developing Confidence in Children|
|11: Preparing Children for School|
|11. Preparing Children for School|
|12: How to keep children happy|
|12. How to keep children happy|
|13: Child Psychology as a Science|
|13. Child Psychology as a Science|
|14: Socialisation in Early Stages|
|14. Socialisation in Early Stages|
|15: The development of language and thought|
|15. The development of language and thought|
|16: Development of Gender and moral|
|16. Development of Gender and moral|
|17: Social development and the family|
|17. Social development and the family|
|18: The debate between nature and nurture|
|18. The debate between nature and nurture|
|Mock Exam: Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology||01:00:00|
|Exam: Advanced Diploma in Child Psychology||01:00:00|