Learn about child psychology with this course.
During this course you will learn about children’s psychology development as they grow from infancy through to adolescence and on to adulthood. You will encounter factors such as learning parental styles, reinforcement and genetic make-up and how these things effect the child’s overall thinking and behaviour. Everyone deals with children sometime in their life whether it’s your own, in your family or part of your work. Throughout this course you will gain valuable insight into the way children behave and be able to apply your knowledge in real-life scenarios. This course will also give you insight into children’s growth and adult behaviour based on their up bringing.
If you are looking at changing careers or child work is something you are interested in, this course will get you on the path to helping you understand the way the child’s mind works.
There are 12 lessons and assessments to complete in this course:
Lesson 1: Introduction to Child Psychology
Lesson 2: The Newborn Infant
Lesson 3: States and Senses of the Infant
Lesson 4: Learning
Lesson 5: Emotions and Socialisation
Lesson 6: Cognitive Development
Lesson 7: Language Development
Lesson 8: Intelligence
Lesson 9: Socialisation … Part A
Lesson 10: Morality
Lesson 11: Sexuality
Lesson 12: Socialisation … Part B
There are no general entry requirements for this course, just your drive, motivation, and passion for the industry. You may enrol into this course at any time and begin studying shortly after enrolment.
Duration study load
We allow up to 12 months to complete this course, although your actual completion time may be less depending on prior experience and the time you commit to your study. Approx 100 hours.
GROW Training Group offers a range of payment plans to suit any budget.
Course fees include course delivery and assessment, study materials and dedicated student support services.
Upon successful completion of this course you will receive a GROW Training Group Training Certificate of Achievement in Child Psychology.