Hastings (Station Plaza)
HE (Degree Level)
Higher Education (HE)
You will study a range of modules designed to allow you to explore what it is to manage staff and projects, to make changes with confidence, explore the international child care sector and to carry out relevant and work related research.
Your modules will be:
Through a variety of assignments including essays, presentations, reports, displays and portfolios.
Bachelor of Arts Care and Education either at BA level or at Honours
Once you have graduated you will have a full honours degree and be ready to progress into management positions in nurseries, hospices and reception classes are all open to graduates. The positions include operational management in nurseries and hospice settings with responsibility for quality improvement, planning and implementing change and reviewing the outcomes and classroom support in the school as a SEND worker.
Applicants must be working in an Early Years setting and should have normally been employed within that setting for at least two years. Applicants must be involved in at least 16 hours / week of activity within the setting.
Applicants must have a current and valid Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) report
Meet our course leader, Anji Golledge. She’ll explain how our degree course is structured to fit perfectly around your job role, tell you more about the course, and reveal what opportunities are available to you once you’ve finished. You’ll also meet second-year student, Lisa, who will tell you how this course is helping her in her current early years role.