The course will help practitioners understand how they can offer assistance to babies by making sense of the world around them. Their part is necessary in supporting solid brain improvement, as to frame secure connections.
By the end of this course you will understand:
- What is unique about babies
- How the babies brain develops in the first year
- The significance of attachment and forming relationships
- Best practice in working with babies
- The most effective ways to communicate with babies
- The importance of environmental stimulus for babies
You will also be able to:
- Create an empowering environment for babies to aid their development in early years
- Explain the importance of your role as the caregiver to a babies development
Duration: 3 hours (including breaks)
Audience: This course is aimed at anyone working with babies under the age of one such as early years practitioners, nursery staff, childminders and care workers. This course is also suitable for parents looking to understand the babies developing brain.
Assessment: The course will be assessed by a short multichoice questionnaire
Pre-Requisites: No previous experience is required for this course, but learners must be over the age of 14.