Szkolenia dla opiekunek w żłobku i klubie dziecięcym

Course for a caregiver in a nursery or children's club 280 h

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Psychopedagogical basis of an individuals development

1.1. Adaptation as an outcome of development (5h)

1. Discussing issues in the fields of pedagogy, human developmental psychology, psychology of the young child and socialization

2. Definition of developement and adaptation

3. Concepts and methods of working with a child under 3 years of age

4. Stages of adaptation and support

5. The role of a caregiver and parent

6. The importance of social interaction

7. Professional ethics and the role of cooperation in the team

 

1.2. Course of development of an individual through their life cycle (5h)

1. Stages of child development in early childhood

2. Stages of development in middle childhood

3. Stages of development in late childhood

4. Stages of development in early adulthood

5. Stages of development during middle adulthood

6. Stages of development in the period of late adulthood

7. Freud’s theory of developement

 

1.3. Determinants of the individual's development process(5h)

1. The role of genetics in the development process

2. The influence of the environment on the development of the individual

3. Threats and critical developmental stages

4. Developmental crises

 

1.4. Developmental achievements at different stages of an individual's life (5h)

1. Ones developmental tasks

2. Developmental achievements- neonatal period

3. Developmental achievements- infant period

4. Developmental achievements-postnatal period

5. Developmental achievements in middle childhood period

6. Developmental achievements in late childhood period 

7. Developmental achievements during early adulthood, middle adulthood and late adulthood

 

Child development in early childhood 

 

2.1. Developmental tasks in infancy and postnatal period (5h)

1. Developmental tasks in early childhood according to E. H. Erikson, B. M. and P. R. Newman and R. J. Havighurst 

2. Learning about the process and phases of development in infancy and post infancy 

3. Gain knowledge about the care and maintenance of a healthy child and a child with impaired development 

4. Ability to observe and verify the child's behavior, recognize signals regarding physiological needs, fatigue

5. Developmental difficulties in the neonatal, infant and postnatal period

6. Symptoms of concern in the neonatal, infant and postnatal period
 

2.2. Aspects of child development - characteristics of changes in cognitive, psychosocial and motor development at different stages of a child's life (5h)

1. Newborn phase
a) Apgar scale as an assessment of basic neonatal function
b) Types of unconditioned reflexes in the newborn
2. The infant period (cognitive, motor, psychosocial development) 
3. Post infancy (cognitive, motor, psychosocial development) 
4. Middle childhood (cognitive, motor, psychosocial development) 
5. Late childhood (cognitive, motor, psychosocial development

 

2.3. Sources of opportunities and threats to the development of the child under 3 years of age (5h)

1. Sources of opportunities and threats to child development - selected examples 

2.  Needs of the child

3.  Factors that disrupt development

4.  The role of the family in the proper process of child development
 

2.4. Neurological basis of child development (5h)

1. The child's nervous system

2. Speech development in the first year of life

3.  Stages of speech development from 12-36 months of age 

4. Ability to recognize warning signals in child development 

5.  Pathologies within the brain as a factor in disorders

6.  Sensorimotor integration - disorders
7. 
 What constitutes normal and abnormal psychomotor development

8.  Psychomotor hyperactivity
 

2.5. Mechanisms of child development (5h)

1. Learning

2. Individual development and personality formation

3.  The role of genetic factors

4.  The influence of temperament on personality

5. Traits as personality characteristics

6. The role of early childhood cognitive schemas

 

Stimulating the comprehensive development of the child

 

3.1. Recognizing the child's development needs (10h)

1. Needs according to Jeffrey Young

2. Maslow's pyramid of needs

3. The child's needs, diagnosis of the condition and methods of meeting them

4. Stages of development and theory of cognitive development according to J. Piaget 

5. Maria Montessori's pedagogy in child development

 

3.2. Planning and documenting the child's development in everyday situations (greeting, saying goodbye, meals, hygiene activities, rest, play) (30h)

1. Greeting - how a child is admitted to the nursery/kids' club every day - the ability to create friendly interpersonal relationships

2. Farewell - how to say goodbye to a child after staying at the facility

3. Meals - food pyramid, healthy eating habits, how meals are carried out, the role of hygiene, HACCP, feeding and learning independence

4. Hygiene activities - learning the rules of child care, hygiene activities, learning how to use everyday objects

5. Rest - (role and conditions of rest and principles of its arrangement in accordance with sanitary and hygienic regulations)

6. Play - (the role of play, planning, documenting and the ability to create a lesson plan taking into account the stimulation of all aspects of the child's development; the ability to adjust the type of play, toys and assess their safety)

7. Observation and diagnosis of the child.

-supporting positive trends

-noticing undesirable development tendencies

8. Principles of development stimulation according to A. Matczak

 

3.3. Creating the subjective and social environment for the child's development (5h)

1. The role of the social environment in child development

2. The role of the family in child development

3. Correct and incorrect parental attitudes and their impact on the child

4. Children's rights according to the Convention and according to Janusz Korczak

5. Types of institutions supporting children and families – examples and forms of assistance

6. Learning the principles of arranging the environment and space for the child's development

 

3.4. Nursing and health care for children with normal and abnormal development (35h)

1. Childhood diseases

2. Ability to take care of a healthy child with symptoms of illness

3. Basics of child care

4. Developmental disorders and child care

5. The role of the nursery in working with children at risk of dysfunctions

 

3.5. Play as the basic form of a child's activity - exploratory, musical, rhythmic, artistic and technical games (30h)

1. Fun as a global development stimulator

2. Type of games used in the process of stimulating human development

3. Organizing activities that stimulate children's development

4. Familiarizing the student with safe materials used to conduct classes

5. Characteristics of toys and their values ​​(safety, hygiene, education, aesthetics and fit)

6. Getting to know examples of musical and rhythmic games

7. Using the Klanza scarf as a method of enriching classes and building relationships

8. Exploring the world through the senses in play

9. Ideas for interesting art works

10. The role of physical activity and outdoor activity in child development

11. Safety rules on the playground

 

3.6. Introducing the child to culture (5h)

1. Culture as a context of development

2. Children's literature and its role in child development

3. The role of art in shaping aesthetic sensitivity

4. Learning about traditions related to holidays and culture

5. Shaping the child's correct attitudes and cultural habits
 

3.7. Building social relationships with the child, parents and local services responsible for child development (5h)

1. Attachment theory

2. Models of educational interactions according to Brzezińska

3. How to build interpersonal relationships with a small child

4. Correct pattern of behavior of caregivers in relations with 2-3-year-old children

5. How to communicate and cooperate with parents

6. What are parents' expectations towards the facility and what are the ways to meet them?

7. How to cooperate with local services responsible for child development; when there is a need for specialist support and what forms can be used

 

Competences of a child's guardian

 

4.1. Legal liability of a child’s guardian (5h)

1. Legal obligations of the guardian

2. Labor Law – selected issues

3. Act on the care of children up to 3 years of age - selected issues

4. Family and Guardianship Code - selected issues

5. Protection of children against harm, ability to react and indicate possibilities of help

6. Obligation to provide first aid in emergency situations and to respond appropriately in critical situations
 

4.2. Basics of emergency care (giving a child first aid) (10h)

1. Discussion of states of direct or indirect threat to the child's health or life

2. Treatment in cases of choking, burns, injuries and fractures

3. CPR for children and infants

4. Treatment of fever

5. Employee obligations

 

4.3. Occupational health and safety regulations (10h)

1. Familiarization with occupational health and safety regulations

2. Familiarization with fire regulations. Evacuation.

3. Learning the safety rules and hazards in the workplace

4. Accident prevention

5. Health care prevention

6. Responsibilities of the caregiver regarding supervision of children, ensuring the care and education function and safety

 

4.4. Stress coping skills and problem solving (5h)

1. Concept of stress

2. The ability to identify tension and stress in a child and how to relieve it

3. Learning methods of relieving your own stress and tension

4. Mediation with parents, ability to deal with argumentative and demanding parents

5. Burnout

 

4.5. Voice emission (5h)

1. Acquiring the basics of the functioning of the speech and voice organs

2. Method of working with voice

3. Voice hygiene - preventive measures to protect the voice

4. Voice pathology

5. Lifestyle as an important factor influencing the voice emission process

6. Music lessons

 

 

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