|Type of course:||Taught & distance learning (accreditation on application)|
|Study Options:||Face to face (2 days) plus distance learning|
|Start date:||To be confirmed|
|Credits:||Non accredited (students are welcome to apply for accreditation)|
|Fees:||£500 + VAT (plus accreditation if applicable)
|Tutors||Professor Chris Pascal & Professor Tony Bertram|
|Entry Requirements:||No entry requirements.|
Effective Early Learning (EEL) and Baby Effective Early Learning (BEEL) are programmes of supported self evaluation and improvement for all settings that provide early education and care for young children aged 0-7 years. EEL and BEEL provide training and support for ECEC settings to move beyond baseline national standards. The intention is to provide a supported development strategy for all ECEC providers, with well tested systems for ongoing quality improvement.
The process is led by staff teams who, through a supported training programme, become researchers of their own practice, seeking and using evidence continually to ensure the delivery of high quality services for all children and families within their setting. EEL and BEEL develop evidence based reflective practice.
The course is spread out over a 12 month period to support the practitioner to effectively implement the programme in their setting and then complete the personal accreditation assignments, at either Postgraduate level (60 credits) or Undergraduate level (30 credits). Settings can also register for a Quality Assurance award. For more information about the award please call us on 0121 464 0020 or email us at mailto:email@example.com It covers all aspects of how to undertake an extended piece of research including how to: