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Keeping Active in the Early Years

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Keeping Active in the Early Years

Book our Keeping Active in the Early Years training to learn more about:

  • Practical activities that support children to be more active in your setting and at home
  • The current national statistics for physical activity
  • The importance of physical activity across the early years, schools and for the whole family
  • What are the physical activity recommendations as outlined by the Department of Health (July 2011)
  • How to translate guidelines into practical tips for families to encourage more physical activity

Learning Content

he training comprises of information slides and activities which you can work through at your own pace (estimated study time 1.5 – 2 hours).

Assessment

There will be a short assessment at the end of the training with a pass rate of 90%. On completion of the training you will be able to access the Knowledge Development Plan (KDP) template where you can reflect on your learning and map how you will use them in your practice. You will find this on your ‘Profile’ under completed courses. This is also where you will be able to review the course material.

Certification

Certificate issued on successful completion of the course and the Knowledge Development Plan (KDP).

Cost

£30.00

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Course Content

Lessons Status
1

Introduction

2

The Importance of Keeping Active in the Early Years

3

Nutrition Guidelines

4

The Importance of Keeping Active

5

Reducing Sedentary Behaviour

6

Physical Activity Guidelines – Infants (under 1 year of age)

7

Physical Activity Guidelines – Toddlers and Pre-schoolers

8

Physical Activity Across the Ages

9

Overcoming Barriers and Supporting Families to be Active

10

Resources and Promoting Messages in your Setting

11

Summary

12

Knowledge Development Plan Guide

13

Knowledge Development Plan Guide Continued

14

Yearly Competency Review

15

Evaluation

16

Assessment

17

Knowledge Development Plan