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Welcome To Zuzulwazi Development And Training 

  • EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT TRAINING

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  • Our Social Auxiliary Work Groups

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PROGRAMMES WE OFFER 


Social Auxiliary Work 
Background about our SOCIAL AUXILIARY WORK course! 


What Is Social Auxiliary Work? 

  • Social Auxiliary work is an act /activity perfomed by a Social Auxiliary Worker under the guidance and control of a qualified Social Worker. 
  • The Social Auxiliary Worker provides a supportive service to the Social Worker. 
  • Social Auxiliary work's focus is on Prevention, Education and Development of communities as well as linking people with resources. 


Core Modules:

  • Introduction to Social Auxiliary Work in the South African Welfare Context 
  • Introduction to Social Welfare Services 
  • Communication in Social Auxiliary Work 
  • The person in Context 
  • Primary Methods of Social Auxiliary Work 
  • Secondary Methods of Social Work 
  • Life Skills 
  • Victim Empowerment 
  • Mathematical Literacy 


The training will lead to the achievement of a Full Qualification as it is aligned to FETC: Social Auxiliary Work qualification NQF Level 4 (180 credits) 
One credit is equivalent to 10 notional hours. 
This therefore means that training should cover 1800 notional hours which is offered as a split of 30% 
in class as theory and 70% at the workplace as actual practice of the occupation linked to the qualification. 


Purpose Of The Qualification 


TO EQUIP QUALIFYING LEARNERS WITH THE FOLLOWING: 

  • Basic knowledge and understanding of the South African Welfare service delivery 
  • Understanding of social development in terms of needs, policies and the role of a Social Auxiliary Worker 
  • Basic knowledge of human behaviour, relationship systems and social issues 
  • The skills to work as team member and as a provider of support services to the social work team 


Requirements: 

  • Matric Certificate 

Why Study At Zuzulwazi Development? 

  • Excellent training based on Developmental Social Welfare 
  • Intensive Experiantial Learning 
  • We offer individual development plan 
  • Accredited and Experienced training provider 
  • Offer Nationally recognised training 

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

Background on Early Childhood Development "One of the best investments a society can make is in its children".

Early Childhood Development is the all-round development of our children to help them to further develop into childhood and adulthood.

The development of babies, toddlers and young children form the foundation for all further development that a child undergoes. During early childhood rapid development (physical, cognitive and emotional) takes place, this development is crucial in preparing children for school.

Children who are ready for school will be friendly, confident, and social; they will have good peer relationships, language skills and they will communicate well. School-ready children will be less likely to fail a grade and will perform better overall.

ECD involves a child's holistic development, including cognitive, social, emotional and physical. The earliest months and years of life are considered the most important developmental phase in the human lifespan.

Accreditation

We are registered as a Close Corporation, (Registration Number 2007/011897/23).

ETDP granted Zuzulwazi Development provisional accreditation for further Education and training certificate:

Early Childhood Development NQF Level 5: SAQA ID: 58761 with 140 credits.

ETDP Accreditation No: 10771 - Reg No:2298.

CERTIFICATE QUALIFICATION

DETAILS FETCERTIFICATE:

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT (SAQA US 58761 NQF LEVEL 4)
This is an entry-level Qualification for those who want to enter the field of Education, Training and Development, specifically within the sub-field of Early Childhood Development (ECD).
This Qualification will enable you to facilitate the all-round development of young children in a manner that is sensitive to culture and individual needs (including special needs), and enable you to provide quality early childhood development services for children in a variety of contexts,including community-based services, Early Childhood Development centres, at home and in institutions.

Entrance requirements:   Communication and mathematical literacy at NQF Level 3 or equivalent.
                                        Second language at NQF level 2 or equivalent.
                                       Grade 10 (Standard 8) or Metric certificate Duration: 12 months

Type of learning:    Workplace and contact learning

Course Outcome

Communicate in a variety of ways within early childhood development and societal settings
Use mathematics literacy in real life and education, training and development situations
Plan and prepare for early childhood development
Facilitate and monitor the development of babies, toddlers and young children
Provide care and support for babies, toddlers and young children

Practical Component
Throughout the course, it is compulsory that a learner performs the practical tasks within an Early Childhood Development Centre/Pre School

Assessment

Assessment of the learner's competency is based on the evidence he/she will submit in a Portfolio of Evidence (PoE) as well as a practical observation towards the end of training.


The PoE will include theoretical tasks and evidence of the practical tasks done at an ECD Centre/Pre-primary School.
It is therefore important that the learner knows and understands that he/she must identify and arrange access to an ECD Centre or Pre-primary School at the start of your studies, in order to complete the practical tasks required, without which the learner will not be able to complete studies.


Cost

R8000.00 per annum inclusive of the learning material


AWARD

ETDP SETA Accredited Certificate.

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT 

What We Do 
We provide training and support in the field of early childhood development aimed at enhancing individual and organizational capacity:

  • Managing staff and learners
  • Managing office administration
  • Managing committees in different types of ECD programmes 

Services we provide 
Some of the services we offer include the following:

  • Skills development training and teacher support
  • Governing body training
  • Training and support for parents and other community members
  • Assistance with the registration of ECD centres (with the Department of Social Development) 


Skills Enrichment Programmes 
We offer a number of skills enrichment workshops and training programmes, including

  • Parent-education programmes
  • Managerial functions in Early Childhood Development
  • Managerial styles in Early Childhood Development
  • Managing finances in Early Childhood Development 


What the learner will be able to do on completion of certificate? 

  • Plan and prepare for Early Childhood Development.
  • Facilitate and monitor the development of babies, toddlers and young children.
  • Provide care and support to babies, toddlers and young children.
  • Mediate active learning in an integrated and holistic learning programme.
  • Facilitate learning and development of children with barriers to learning and other special needs, including those coping with abuse and violence, within an inclusive anti-bias approach. 


CERTIFICATE QUALIFICATION - DETAILS 
FETCERTIFICATE: EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT (SAQA US 58761 NQF LEVEL 4)

This is an entry-level Qualification for those who want to enter the field of Education, Training and Development, specifically within the sub-field of Early Childhood Development (ECD). This Qualification will enable you to facilitate the all-round development of young children in a manner that is sensitive to culture and individual needs (including special needs), and enable you to provide quality early childhood development services for children in a variety of contexts,including community-based services, Early Childhood Development centres, at home and in institutions. 


EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME LAYOUT

 fundamentals

Engage in sustained oral/signed communication and evaluate spoken/signed text (119462)
Level 4; 5 credits, 2 day workshop

Write/present/sign for a wide range of contexts (119459)
Level 4; 5 credits, 2 day workshop

Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes (119471)
Level 3; 5 credits, 2 day workshop

Read/view, analyse and respond to a variety of texts (119469)
Level 4; 5 credits, 2 day workshop

Accommodate audience and context needs in oral/signed communication (119472)
- Level 3; 5 credits, 2 day workshop

core

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the development of babies, toddlers and young children (244484)
Level 4; 8 credits, 3 day workshop

Facilitate the holistic development of babies, toddlers and young children (244480)
Level 4; 16 credits, 7 day workshop

Observe and report on child development (244475)
Level 4; 6 credits, 2 day workshop

fundamentals

Apply knowledge of statistics and probability to critically interrogate and effectively communicate findings on life relatedproblems (9015)
Level 4; 6 credits, 2 day workshop

Use mathematics to investigate and monitor the financial aspects of personal, business, national and nternational issue(7468)
Level 4; 6 credits, 2 day workshop

Represent, analyse and calculate shape and motion in 2- and 3-dimensional space in different contexts (9016)
Level 4; 6 credits, 2 day workshop

CORE Prepare resources and set up the environment to support the development of babies, toddlers and young children(244468)
Level 4; 5 credits, 2 day workshop

Prepare Early Childhood Development Programmes with support (244472)
Level 4; 6 credits, 2 day workshop

Design activities to support the development of babies, toddlers and young children (244485)
Level 4; 8 credits, 3 day workshop

Facilitate a literacy learning programme in the reception year - Elective (244257)
Level 5; 15 credits, 6 day workshop

100 hours - practicals Manage an early childhood development service (244478) - ELECTIVE (244478)
Level 5; 5 credits,

CORE

Provide care for babies, toddlers and young children (244469)
Level 4, 6 credits, 4 day workshop

Managing routines and transitions. Work with families and communities to support Early Childhood Development (244462)
Level 3; 5 credits, 2 day workshop

AWARD Learner details are uploaded to the ETDP SETA database upon enrolment.

An ETDP SETA verification and endorsement confirm successful achievement of the unit standards linked to the qualification.

Upon successful completion of training the learner will receive a Further Education and Training Certificate: Early Childhood Development NQF Level 4 SAQA ID 58761, which is awarded by the ETDP SETA.
This achievement record will then be uploaded to the NLRD (National Learner Record Database) via the ETDP database.
PAYMENT OPTIONS ONCE OFF PAYMENT: (R8000.00)
PAYMENT VIA   12  MONTHS  INSTALLMENTS:( R500.00 * 12 ) 
DEPOSIT 15% PER MONTH( R2000 *1 MONTH)
FULL PRICE PAYABLE: R 8000.00
NB* APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF ACCOMPANIED BY R150.00 PROOF OF PAYMENT

  OCCUPATIONAL  CERTIFICATE: SOCIAL AUXILIARY WORKER  - NQF LEVEL 05

 Qualification Code (SAQA):  98890

 Course duration :  12 months 

The  course comprise of  Knowledge Module and Practical Skills Module and Work Expirience Module