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Understand adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and their impact on children’s stress response system (Level 4 UNIT)

OCNNI
Early Years

Course Overview

This qualification is designed for learners who wish to improve their knowledge of early brain development. The aim of this unit is to understand the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on the stress response system of children and the nurturing role of the adult in supporting self-regulation through co-regulation. This unit aims to help students to; 1. Understand the limbic system 2. Understand self-regulation in children from birth to seven years 3. Understand factors impacting self-regulation for children from birth to seven years 4. Understand co-regulation and its role in the development of self-regulation 5.Understand the stress response system and the types of stresses which impact on children from birth to seven years 6. Understand adverse childhood experiences and how they influence long-term wellbeing and development 7.Understand behaviour and approaches to support children from birth to seven years
  • Start Date
    16 Sept 2024
  • Study Mode
    Part-Time
  • Duration
    1 Year
  • Campus
    Strand Road

Available Sessions

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  • Course: Open College Network NI (OCN NI) Level 4 UNIT ONLY Understand adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and their impact on children’s stress response system
    Campus: Strand Road
    Type: Part Time
    Start Date: 16/09/2024
    Fees:
    Part time per annum fee to be confirmed

You may be eligible for funding on this course *

If you are an employer or employee of a NI based company

If you are an individual based in NI that needs to upskill

* Terms and Conditions apply

Course Offering

  • Site location Strand Road
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Course Modules

  • Understand adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and their impact on children’s stress response system
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Entry Requirements

UK Requirements

Students should have a level 3 in CCLD or related area and have a good standard of written English as the workload includes academic assessment. Learners should be aged 18 or above to undertake this qualification.

ROI Requirements

Students should have a level 3 in CCLD or related area and have a good standard of written English as the workload includes academic assessment. Learners should be aged 18 or above to undertake this qualification.

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What's Next?

Further Study

This unit supports students continuing in higher education in subjects such as early childhood education, psychology, social care and children’s health

Career Prospects

This unit will support learners to understand brain development and this can further assist them when working with children and young people.

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