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Sharpening a vision for Early Years Education – The Avanza Academy Perspective

Published Bernice on Thursday, April 29, 2021

Early Years Education in Malta

“Early childhood education and care is the essential foundation or successful lifelong learning, social integration, personal development and later employability. It is also particularly beneficial for the disadvantaged, including those from migrant and low-income backgrounds. It can help lift children out of poverty and family dysfunction” (European Commission, 2011). According to the European Commission/EACEA/Eurydice (2019), one-third of children under the age of 3 years attend an Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) setting. That is, 5 million young children across 38 European countries are currently spending most of their day navigating and making sense of their first formal out-of-home experience.

As Early Years Practitioners we have a duty and a responsibility to ensure that our children are provided with a quality provision. A provision where a young child is exposed to an enriched, holistic and stimulating learning environment that is conducive in laying the foundations to their future learning trajectory (UNICEF, 2015). The same can be said for anyone wishing to work with the ECEC sector – having the best start, is indeed the best way of starting strong.

Providing the quality of service within Early Childhood Education and Care is by no means a simple or straight forward task, let alone an easy job to manage effectively. Many Early Childhood Education and Care provisions are regularly faced with a myriad of issues affecting the quality of service, often leading to socially complicated and stressful situations for those who are involved. This is where excellent professional training and development acts as a vehicle to ensure those working within Early Childhood Education and Care, are securely driven to professionally resolving and managing issues related to quality educational care. Here at Avanza Academy Malta, we have taken the first step to support the 0-3 years ECEC sector, by offering the first of many accredited professional courses for those wishing and/or working within the field.

Why is an Avanza Academy Early Years Course ideal for international students?

  • The Course is internationally recognized and qualifies students to work within a registered child care services from birth to 3 years in Malta and abroad;
  • It allows qualified students to join a fast moving educational sector. The Early Childhood Education & Care (ECEC) sector is an important sector worldwide. Based on existing research which suggests high-quality ECEC experience is significantly related to adaptive child outcomes, educational attainment, lifelong learning and adaptive adult trajectories;
  • Students will benefit from a range of student support services, personalised tutor mentoring and complimentary student study skills at Avanza Academy;
  • Students can benefit from our team of internationally qualified and experienced teaching and student support team who are experienced in further and higher education institutions.

Contact us today for further info

If you are interested in finding out more about our Early Years qualifications as well as our other qualifications within the fields of Sports Management, Education and Entrepreneurship, do not hesitate to drop us a line to schedule a call with us. We can be reached on +356 21498994 or via email on georgina@avanza.com.mt



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