An Early Childhood Development Worker plans, organises and conducts activities to help pre-primary school students to develop a wide variety of skills including speech, reading, writing, motor skills and social interaction.
To become an Early Childhood Development Practitioner in South Africa, you will need:
For a Bachelor’s degree or a Diploma, you will need your NSC or NS(v) certificate. Entry requirements differ, but the following school subjects are recommended:
Early Childhood Development Practitioners in South Africa typically study between 1-4 years depending on your choice of qualification and educational institution.
Early Childhood Development Practitioners in South Africa often work at:
IIE MSA, Bachelor of Child and Youth Care:
Durban University of Technology, Community Health Studies, Child and Youth Care Programme:
Candiz Training Academy:
Gem Auxiliary Nursing School:
Khutuza Strategic Development:
Mako Institute South Africa:
Rostech College of Health Science:
Soyisa Learning Institute: