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Positive Parenting Certificate [UKOL] £253.39

Positive Parenting Certificate

Course Outline
This course is designed to give you the background necessary for establishing a framework for positive parenting of children between the ages of five and ten years of age.

It will go into the mind of a child and explain to a parent/carer what the child is thinking, why they are behaving that way and the signs of bullying and social changes.

Key Topics
The key topics covered in this course are:

Emotional Development
Physical Health
Growing Up
Changing Schools
Social Development
Behaviour (Parent and Child)

On successful completion of this course, you will receive a UK Open Learning Completion Diploma in Positive Parenting.

Students will received full tutor support for a full year from the day they receive the course. There are no deadlines for assignments however students must complete the course within the 12 month period. To complete this course it will take in the region of 80 study hours which can be spread over a 12 month period to suit the individual.

Assessment takes the form of a series of tutor marked assignments which can be submitted to your tutor for marking. There is no word count for these assignments however you do need to prove to the tutor that you have fully understood the question asked.

Unit 1 – Understand a child’s emotional development from 5 – 10 years

Give a meaning for the term emotional health.
Identify the components of emotional health.
Identify symptoms of poor emotional health.
Identify activities which promote good emotional health.

Unit 2 – Understand how to maintain a child’s physical health
List features of good physical health
Identify features of poor physical health
Identify activities which promote food physical health

Unit 3 – Recognise how the transition from childhood to adolescence can affect children
State at least three changes which occur at puberty
State how these changes can affect the child
Identify how different children cope

Unit 4 – Recognise the impact of moving from primary to secondary school has on a child
Identify the difficulties a child may face when moving from primary to secondary school
Identify at least three pressures on a child to succeed

Unit 5 – Understanding a child’s social development from 5 – 10 years of age
Identify the main stages in a child’s social development
State why play is an important part of social development
Identify the purpose of at least three different types of play
List the main barriers to developing social skills

Unit 6 – Recognise different types of behaviour and ways of dealing with them
List a range of unacceptable behaviours
State the main reasons why children misbehave
Identify at least three ways of dealing with unacceptable behaviour
Give three examples of how to reward a child for good behaviour

Unit 7 – Recognise how a parent’s behaviour can influence a child
Identify how parenting skills and styles can influence a child’s behaviour
State the importance of having rules and boundaries for children to follow

Unit 8 – Understanding bullying
State what bullying is
Identify what a victim is
State a least three different forms of bullying and how it can affect the victim
Identify how the self esteem of a victim can be raised
Identify how others can help both the bully and the victim
List ways in which a parent can support the victim and raise their self esteem

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