Lynne Hobbs CC
ECD Distance
Learning Course

This Early Childhood Development ,ECD learning course equips educators and caregivers with the knowledge and skills to support the holistic developmental needs of young children. It covers child psychology, educational techniques, and health and safety practices. This training ensures that ECD Practioners can foster a nurturing and stimulating environment for children's growth and learning.


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ECD Learning Courses Offered

We offer two distinct Early Childhood Development ECD learning course designed to cater to your educational journey: a foundational short course and an advanced long course. Start with our short course to build essential skills, which then qualifies you to progress to our comprehensive long course for in-depth mastery and expertise.

Short Course (24 Credits)

ECD NQF LEVEL 4 (US 58761)

Duration: 8 Months

Includes: 1 Module

Requirements: No matric needed, Computer/access to internet

Early Childhood Development ECD Training Course
Full Course (140 Credits)

ECD NQF LEVEL 4 (US 58761)

Duration: 16 Months

Includes: 8 Modules

Requirements: Short Course / Module 1 to be completed 

Early Childhood Development ECD Training Course

What to look for in your child’s first day care!

Choosing your child’s first daycare is crucial. Prioritize safety, qualified staff, engaging curriculum, low staff-to-child ratio, convenient location, and positive parent reviews to ensure a nurturing and supportive environment.

Safety and Cleanliness

Ensure the daycare has strict safety protocols and maintains a clean environment. This helps prevent accidents and reduces the risk of illness.

Qualified Staff

Look for caregivers with proper training, certifications, and experience in early childhood education. Qualified staff can provide better care and support for your child's development.

Staff-to-Child Ratio

A lower staff-to-child ratio allows for more personalized attention and better supervision. This ensures each child gets the necessary care and guidance.

Curriculum and Activities

Evaluate the daycare's educational program to ensure it offers age-appropriate learning activities. A good curriculum fosters cognitive, social, and physical development.

Location and Convenience

Consider the daycare's proximity to your home or workplace for convenience in daily commutes. A convenient location can make drop-offs and pick-ups less stressful.

Reviews and Good Reputation

Gather feedback from other parents to understand their experiences and satisfaction with the daycare. Positive reviews and recommendations can provide assurance of the daycare's quality and reliability.