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Child Psychology QQI Level 6

Course Type: Distance Learning
Institute Name: Kilroys College - Distance Learning
Fee: 198
Duration: 12 weeks
Time: All year enrolling
Course Locations: *Nationwide*
Application Deadline: Course Runs Regularly

Course Details

This QQI Child Psychology home study course will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to understand child psychology from 4-18 years.

The purpose of this award is to provide you with the knowledge and understanding of child psychology relevant to childhood education and care settings. It will help you to develop new ideas and competencies which can be utilised judiciously in your workplace and in your interaction with the children and adolescents you work with.

Child Psychology Course Award

This module is one of the mandatory modules required for obtaining the Advanced Certificate in Early Childhood Care and Education. This module is a statement of the standards to be achieved to gain a minor award in Child Psychology at Level 6 (QQI component certificate 6N2023) with Credit Value 15.

Who will Benefit from a Child Psychology QQI Course?

This course is ideal for childcare facility owners, managers, supervisors and individuals already involved in or new to childcare and who wish to gain a professional, nationally recognised and accredited qualification in childcare.

Qualification and Progression

On successful completion of this course you will receive a QQI Level 6 Component Certificate in Child Psychology (6N2023) from QQI.

Course Contents

Unit 1: Introduction

Unit 2: Developmental change and continuity

Unit 3: Factors in psychological development

Unit 4: Theoretical models in development

Unit 5: Transitions

Unit 6: Scientific methods and their application in relation to child behaviour and child development

Unit 7: Role of social, biological, cultural and historical perspectives on development

Unit 8: Development of gender consciousness

Unit 9: Research

Unit 10: Attitudes

Unit 11: Learning goals

 

Child Psychology Course Assessment

Throughout the course material you will find self-assessments and exercises to complete. These should not be returned to the College. They are a form of self-examination and reflection and should be used as a study aid.

As soon as you have completed the course you will be required to submit a mandatory project to your Kilroy's College tutor for assessment and grading. The project carries 60% of the final grade. In addition you will be required to submit two assignments. Each of two assignments carries 20% of the final grade.

On the successful completion of your course, you will receive a QQI Level 6 Component Certificate in Child Psychology (6N2023) from QQI in recognition of your educational achievement.

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