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Early Years Foundation Degree FdA: Teaching, learning and assessment

Teaching and assessment for this course

You will be taught through lectures, work-based learning activities, tutorials, online learning, workshops and seminars. In addition you will be supported by a work-based mentor.

Assessment is not by written exams. Your progress will be measured by assignments, demonstration of professional competence in work-based situations, and practical demonstrations that apply the knowledge you have gained.

Programme specification

A programme specification is a summary of the main features of a programme and provides details of the intended learning outcomes for students. It details the teaching, learning and assessment methods, including the structure of the programme.

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This course is taught at Brooklands College (Weybridge campus); Kensington and Chelsea College; Kingston College; NESCOT; NEWTEC (East London Childcare Institute); Richmond upon Thames College; South Thames College; West Thames College; Whitefield Schools and Centre

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School of Education
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 5145
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This course is taught at Brooklands College (Weybridge campus); Kensington and Chelsea College; Kingston College; NESCOT; NEWTEC (East London Childcare Institute); Richmond upon Thames College; South Thames College; West Thames College; Whitefield Schools and Centre

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Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 5145
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This course is taught at Brooklands College (Weybridge campus); Kensington and Chelsea College; Kingston College; NESCOT; NEWTEC (East London Childcare Institute); Richmond upon Thames College; South Thames College; West Thames College; Whitefield Schools and Centre

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