All our Childcare and Adult Social Care courses are available for adults aged 19 on 31 August 2018 and over only.
These Childcare and Adult Social Care courses require an assessment before you can enrol onto the course. Please book onto an assessment here: Skills for Work Assessment Dates
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Daytime & Evening Childcare and Adult Health & Social Care Courses at WMC-The Camden College
This is an ideal introductory course if you want to work with children as a teaching assistant in school or as a support worker in early years or nursery settings, but need to improve your written or spoken English. You will feel passionate about working with children but may have little experience of doing so. On this course, you will learn about communicating with children, how children develop, how to work inclusively with children by promoting equality and diversity and also how to plan activities with children.
If you are looking to train as an early year’s worker in a nursery or early years setting, then this course is ideal for you. This two-term course will help you to develop practical knowledge and understanding about working with young children aged 0-5. You will study 14 units which include child development, safeguarding, health and safety, positive environments for children and partnership working in services for children, as well as supporting positive behaviour, communication, equality and inclusion and maintaining and supporting relationships with children and young people. You must also do a voluntary work placement two days a week.
Adult Health and Social Care courses
This is an ideal introductory course if you want to work with vulnerable adults in recognised care settings or informally for family members, but need to improve your written or spoken English. Over the term, you will learn about the adult social care sector, the role of the care worker, the values and principles of adult social care. You will also have an introduction to communication skills required for working in care. You will feel passionate about working with vulnerable adults but may have little experience of doing so.
If you are looking to train as a care worker with vulnerable adults, then this course is ideal for you. This course will help you to develop knowledge and understanding about working with vulnerable adults aged 19 and over who may have a range of needs from learning disability to dementia. You will study nine mandatory units which include communication skills, health and safety, safeguarding, person centred care, the adult social care sector and your own personal development as a care worker. The course is an excellent preparation for voluntary or paid work in care, as well as providing a step up to study at Level 3.