The first few years of a child is very important in their development since it will lay out the foundation that will eventually shape their future health, happiness, growth and development. Early experiences normally leaves a mark on a child’s life that they get to carry it even though they had already advanced in age since it has a direct impact on their social and emotional skills. It is then of great importance to understand the stages of the child development to know how best to support and guide them and give them what they need.
At the end of this course, students shall learn how to: (1) understand the growing mind; (2) be familiar with parent, child, teacher relationships; (3) understand the growing child; (4) be familiar with the complexity of growth; and (5) comprehend the ethical sense.
To achieve these goals, this course shall make use of interactive materials to present the concepts of the topics to be discussed. Assessments shall be done after the entire course to check for knowledge retention and understanding.
As parents, it is their duty to provide care, understanding, security, love and support to their children as they go through every stages of their development to build a solid foundation of character that will allow them to gear towards a successful future.
For Certification: To achieve a Certificate of Training, trainees must pass an online test that we will provide. This online exam may be taken any time, at the trainees’ convenience.
All assessments and exams shall be provided via online.
This Course Covers the Following
– The Development Cycle
-Stages of Development
-Significance of Visual Perception
– The Growing Mind
-The Acclivity of Acquisitiveness
-Acquisitive Behaviour in Childhood
-Norms or Typical Behaviours of Children
– Parent, Child, Teacher Relationships
-Domestic Relationship Between Parents and Children
-Three Common Elements in Relationships of Children to Parents and Teachers
– The Growing Child
-Anatomy and Physiology
-Developmental Trends in Growth
-Challenges in Developing Posture
– The Complexity of Growth
-Organ Systems of the Human Body
-Interconnected Factors in Accidents
-Child’s Ability for Self-Preservation
– Ethical Sense
-Inappropriate Behaviours Displayed by Children