Categories > Early Years and Child Development
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By the time children start school 10% are already obese, and babies who are overweight are 5 times more likely to develop obesity at some point in their lives. The details in this course will give you an extensive look into how the HENRY curriculum tries to combat obesity in children.


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Unintentional childhood injury results in over 2 million visits to Accident and Emergency; over half of these injuries occur in the home. This Virtual College course intends to raise parents’ and carers’ understanding of Child Accident Prevention.


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This course provides learners with an increased awareness of child development issues and highlights the factors that affect the individual pathway along which each child develops.


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This e-learning course has been designed to provide parents or carers with detailed information on how they can help provide their family with a healthy lifestyle right from the start.


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This course promotes and supports key safe baby sleeping messages, raising the awareness of parents, family members or other people who come into contact with families.


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This course provides advice and guidance that will help you make a smooth and fulfilling transition to a supervisory role and help to ensure that you enjoy a positive professional working relationship with your work colleagues


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By the age of 3 years many of the most important emotional pathways in our brain have already been laid down.

This online course explains how brains develop and explores questions such as: Why is it that human brains develop after birth? Why are relationships so crucial to their development?

It also considers the implications that this neuroscientific information holds for a wide range of society’s challenges, from prisons to education and health.


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This module aims to raise parents’ and carers’ understanding of Child Accident Prevention.


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