The Further Education and Training Certificate: Early Childhood Development NQF 4 SAQA ID 58761 is an accredited National Qualification with ETDP SETA.
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Communication and Maths Literacy at NQF level 3, Grade 11 (Std 9) and a Second South African language NQF level 2 Grade10 (Std 8).
- Plan and prepare for Early Childhood Development
- Facilitate and monitor the development of babies, toddlers, and young children
- Provide care and support to babies, toddlers, and young children
You should be able to complete this course within 24 months.
Fundamental: Maths Literacy7468 - Use Mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal, business, national and international issues
9015 - Apply knowledge of statistics and probability to critically interrogate and effectively communicate findings on life-related problems
9016 - Represent, analyse and calculate shape and motion in a 2- and 3-dimentional space in different contexts
Fundamental: Second South African Language - Kommunikasie119462 - Akkommodering van die gehoor deur middel van mondelinge kommunikasie of lyftaal om sodoende die spreker se boodskap duideliker oor to dra
119459 - Skryf ‘n reeks kommunikasietekste
119471 - Taal en kommunikasie in beroepsgerigte leerprogramme
119469 - Interpretasie en gebruik van tekste
Fundamental: Communication119462 - Engage in sustained oral / signed communication and evaluate spoken / signed texts
119469 - Read / view, analyse and respond to a variety of texts
119467 - Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes
119465 - Write / present / sign for wide range of contexts
Core244468 - Prepare resources and set up the environment to support the development of babies, toddlers and young children
244462 - Work with families and communities to support Early Childhood Development
244484 - Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the development of babies, toddlers and young children
244480 - Facilitate the holistic development of babies, toddlers and young children
244475 - Observe and report on child development
244472 - Prepare Early Childhood Development programmes with support
244469 - Provide care for babies, toddlers and young children
244485 - Design activities to support the development of babies, toddlers and young children
114942 - Describe how to manage reactions arising from a traumatic event
244259 - Support children and adults living with HIV and AIDS
242816 - Conduct a structured meeting
13643 - Develop learning programmes to enhance participation of learners with special needs
Throughout the course, it is compulsory that you perform the practical tasks within an ECD centre that is registered with the Department of Social Development. It is therefore a prerequisite for you to access a registered ECD centre where you need to physically perform the prescribed tasks to complete the course.
Assessment of your competency is based on the evidence you will submit in a Portfolio of Evidence (PoE). Your PoE will include theoretical tasks and evidence of the practical tasks done at a registered ECD centre. It is therefore important that you know and understand that you must identify and arrange access to a registered ECD centre at the start of your studies, in order to complete the practical tasks required, without which you will not be able to complete your studies.
Upon successful completion of your studies and verification of the results conducted by the ETDP SETA, you will receive your Further Education and Training Certificate: Early Childhood Development NQF 4 SAQA ID 58761, which is awarded by the ETDP SETA. You will also receive a Statement of Results from INTEC College.
The ETDP SETA granted INTEC College full accreditation for the Further Education and Training Certificate: Early Childhood Development NQF 4 SAQA ID 58761 with 140 credits. Your learner details are uploaded to the ETDP SETA database upon enrolment. An ETDP SETA verification site visit concludes and confirms your successful achievement of the unit standards linked to the qualification. This achievement record will then be uploaded to the NLRD (National Learner Database) via the ETDP database.