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Norland College

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Ucas code: N52

Our BA (Hons) Early Years Development and Learning degree is unique to us. It’s a three year full-time course which combines undergraduate degree level study with practical sessions and experience with children, enabling students to put the theory into practice. Modules include Safeguarding and Child Protection, Promoting Health and Wellbeing, Making Sense of Children’s Behaviour and Working with Families and Communities. Running alongside the degree, and for one year after leaving the College, students will work towards achieving the prestigious Norland Diploma which is fully integrated. It is this qualification that sets Norland Nannies apart from other early years professionals and adds an even greater array of practical skills and experience to their early years toolkit. Additionally, Norland Agency works exclusively with Norland Nannies (also known as 'Norlanders'), ensuring graduates have outstanding employment opportunities upon leaving the College and throughout their careers.
Source:Norland College website

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