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Learners will be equipped with knowledge and skills to work as a Preschool Assistant, Caregiver or Aupair.  

Course Content:


  • Nurturing of the child.
  • Setting goals for supporting all areas of children’s development.
  • Factor influencing child development.
  • Domains of child development and the concept of the child.
  • Periods of early childhood. What is growth? What is development? How does development take place?
  • Early Childhood development and benefits.
  • Definition of early childhood and the benefits of investing in early childhood development in children.
  • Development and intervention of preschool children.


  • The beginning of child development material and newborn care.
  • Attachments and its importance for child development.
  • Quality caregiving for infants and toddlers.
  • Developmental milestones of infants and toddlers.
  • Fostering the development of infants and toddlers.
  • Guidance and discipline: Responding to the challenging behaviour of toddlers.


  • Special characteristics of a preschooler.
  • The role of a preschool teacher.
  • Development milestones of preschoolers.
  • Fostering preschoolers’ development.
  • Fostering the spiritual and moral development of preschoolers.
  • Fostering pro-social behavior and working with family on positive discipline strategies.


The course provides learners with knowledge and skills to work as a professional educator for children aged 0-3 years in a preschool.

Course Content:

  • Child development norms
  • feeding
  • nutrition
  • first aid (level 1 including child CPR)
  • learning through play
  • daily care and routines of children
  • behavior management
  • activities for children 0-3 years

The course focuses on the care and stimulation of babies and toddlers.

Course Content:

  • Identifying activities that support the development of babies, toddlers, and young children.
  • Sourcing and select resources.
  • Adapting resources.
  • Setting up the environment.
  • Reflecting on the use and effectiveness of the resources
  • Demonstrating an understanding of key principles and values for working with adults, families, and communities.
  • Assisting families to provide an environment conducive to the development of young children.

The learner will be equipped to work in a nursery school with children aged  3-6 years.

Course Content:

  • Management and administration skills
  • Programme planning
  • Language and children’s literature
  • Perceptual games
  • Creative activities
  • Themes
  • Puppets and storytelling
  • Observation, assessment, and report writing

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