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The care and teaching of children is a well-respected and sought after profession. With a high level of regulation and responsibility, you must be able to work as part of a team, be accurate at keeping records, be able to solve problems and manage your time. Our highly-experienced Early Years team are proud to offer a range of courses that will help you become a fully-trained childcare professional, ready to enter the world of work or continue studying at university.
• Nanny• Primary School Teacher• Play Therapist• Early Years Practitioner
Our outstanding onsite college nursery is the perfect place for you to experience the real-world environment and to learn the skills you need to become a licensed practitioner, from a diverse teaching team with a wealth of industry experience. In the classroom, our new infant simulators are the perfect way for you to practice caring for babies and infants, alongside a wealth of other resources used when working with children.
BCoT childcare students progressed to a number of universities including:
Bath Spa University, Education (Primary Teaching)
Birmingham City University, Children’s Nursing
Norland Nursery Training College, Early Years Development and Learning
University of Chichester, Early Childhood Studies
University of Derby, Education Studies
University of Portsmouth, Childhood and Youth Studies
University of Reading, Children’s Development and Learning
University of Southampton, Child Nursing
University of Surrey Child, Nursing
University of Winchester, Primary Education; Psychology and Criminology
• Chance to work with local schools, nurseries and special needs settings• Guest workshops from world famous nannies of Norland College, Bath• In 2016/17 students visited Budapest, Hungary for a residential trip• Trip to Alencon to attend the annual Health, Social Care and Childcare Conference in Paris• Guest speakers from Camp America, Family Support Workers, Child Protection Officers, Play Specialists and Nursery Managers
Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector spent time meeting with nursery children and the staff.
More than 60 BCoT graduates attended the graduation ceremony to receive their qualifications.