The College is hosting an online information session for anyone interested in studying PDA Level 9 Childhood Practice from 7pm on Tuesday 29 March.
Anyone interested in studying the PDA Level 9 Childhood Practice course is invited to come along to the online event to hear from current students and lecturers, find out more about the course, and ask any questions you might have.
Childhood Practice lecturer Jacqueline Vural will be joined by two students currently studying the course, which will give attendees an insight into what it’s like to study on the course and provide them with an opportunity to speak to the current students directly who will be able to answer any questions you might have.
The PDA is an industry-recognised qualification designed for lead practitioners and managers of childhood practice and playwork settings, accepted by the SSSC to register with them as manager/lead practitioner.
The session will take place on Microsoft Teams. If you would like to attend, complete the short form below to sign up. Joining details for the session will be sent to you by email 24 hours before the session.
Edinburgh College Childhood Practice lecturer Jacqueline Vural said: “We’re hosting this session for anyone who would like to find out more about studying the PDA Level 9 course at the College. The session will start with a talk from the lecturers, covering the course curriculum and the skills you will develop as part of your course, before ending with a Q&A session.
“The session will also provide an opportunity to hear directly from two current students and find out more about their College experience, how they found the course and the routes they can take into employment or further study upon completion of their course.”
Find out more about the Childhood Practice PDA Level 9 course on our website Childhood Practice PDA SCQF Level 9 | Edinburgh College.