This engaging and innovative work-based course offers the opportunity to gain a qualification while continuing in employment.
The course is specifically designed for those working with children and young people. You may already be an unqualified teacher, a learning support assistant or an adult, other than a teacher, in a school or similar educational setting.
You can gain valuable experience in your educational setting while developing knowledge and an understanding of how children and young people learn in different contexts through the study of theories related to child development.
The Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies gives you the opportunity to take an innovative work-based course. You can gain a qualification while continuing to work. Your professional role, combined with this undergraduate ‘work-based ‘qualification can boost your future employment opportunities and may allow you access to study for further qualifications.
100% of our Foundation Degree Childhood Studies students were satisfied with the quality of their course.
93% of our Foundation Degree Childhood Studies (Special Educational Needs) students were satisfied with the quality of their course.