The early years of childhood are critical for a person's development. Learning the significance of attachment and adverse experiences during this time is important to understand children’s mental health. Children can be exposed to several traumatic experiences throughout their early years, which can impact their current mental health and cause mental health concerns in later life. This course is essential for anyone looking to begin work with young children, those who work with children in their current role or even parents of a child in their early years, having a solid grasp on the importance of a child’s emotional wellbeing is vital.
- Understanding mental health for young children in the early years
- Understanding the significance of attachment and adverse childhood experiences for young children in the early years.
- Understanding the role of the Early Years Practitioner supporting mental health and wellbeing for young children in the early years.
This course is nationally accredited!
We are partnered with the nation's leading colleges and training providers across the United Kingdom. This means many of our qualifications, including this one, are nationally recognised.
This course is nationally accredited! It has been quality checked by an external awarding body to ensure you get the best possible results.
• Achieve a nationally recognised Level 2 qualification
• Flexible online learning that can be shaped around your schedule
• Supports progression to further qualifications or employment in the Health and Social Care or Childcare sector
• Gain an understanding of mental health in the early years and different factors that affect development
Is this course for me?
This course is fully funded and available to anyone who falls within the eligibility requirements below:
• Age 19+
• EU / UK Resident for 3+ years
* Not enrolled on another government funded course
Please call 02039003091 if you have any questions about our courses!