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PHOEBE (Promotion of Health Opportunity Equality Benevolence
and Empowerment of Black and Minority Ethnic Women and Children)
Childhood Studies - Acrobat PDF - (12.8KB)
and Professional Development - Acrobat PDF - (14.1KB)
to Health, Social Care and Children's and Young People's
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ZTRC is based
in UK and Zimbabwe and is run by dedicated social workers who are
keen to contribute to the education of Zimbabweans. We are inviting
applications from across Zimbabwe for our three United Kingdom accredited
courses. These are distance learning courses at Diploma and Certificate
Level. They are work based, and professional, targeting those who
wish to enhance their employment prospects. Applications are welcome
throughout the year. Accreditation is with National Open College
Network, Eastern Region, UK.
will be assessed individually as these are professional courses
suitable for all. They must have an ability to work independently
with good written English at O Level.
Length of courses
- 1 Year
These are part-time,
flexible courses, to enable those who are already in employment
Level 1 Certificate in Introduction to Health, Social Care and Children's
and Young People's Settings (QCF)
- The overall
aim of the course is to introduce learners to international standards
on best practice when working with children and their families.
will be given best practice guidance on how to contribute to the
formulation of organisational policies and procedures, understanding
current legislation and how it impacts on work with children.
Childhood Studies (Level 3 Certificate)
Children's Social and Emotional Development
Child Protection Theory
Spoken Language and Communication
and Professional Development (Level Two Diploma)
Employment Rights and Responsibilities
The costs are
different for each course. Students are offered flexible payment
plans to enable them to complete their learning.
Mrs Chamba on 0776-638548 for an application form.
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