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Educational Psychology Level 3

Are you fascinated with the human learning process? Do you like the idea of nurturing young minds? What about working with families, schools and agencies to help young people grow into superstars by assessing learning difficulties, finding solutions and maximising their potential? If so, our Educational Psychology Level 3 teaches the foundations you need to move into further education. In addition, it’ll broaden your mindset, helping you to make a bigger impact within the education system.

As emotional or learning difficulties often appear in early childhood, the demand for gently assertive educational psychologists is on the rise. Thus, schools are searching for credible people with backgrounds in child development, education and clinical psychology. Why? In short, it’s because these skills tell institutions and hiring managers that you’re focused on one thing – the well-being of its young learners and future leaders.

Furthermore, the right qualification tells employers you’ve the knowledge to evaluate learning and emotional difficulties. Consequently, it’ll mean you can make wiser choices that make a difference. That’s why we’ve designed our Educational Psychology course to provide you with the early training you need to advance in this field. You’ll consider everything from the learning process to challenging behaviour, and cultural diversity.

If you’re looking for one of the following, our educational psychology course is for you:

  • Start a career in educational psychology
  • Gain a qualification to validate your existing knowledge
  • Looking for knowledge to help children thrive in the classroom and at home

Our flexible home learning course helps you gain an understanding of principles and practice of psychology as applied to education and learning. As a result, you’ll require zero knowledge because we teach everything you need to know to progress.

On our Educational Psychology Level 3, you will:

  • Discover multiple theories and perspectives with educational psychology
  • Familiarise yourself with various types of assessment
  • Become aware of various student learning styles and differences
  • Understand the nature of special education needs
  • Recognise types of challenging behaviour, triggers, and managing techniques
  • Break down a range of lifespan development theories
  • Identify factors that determine student motivation
  • Gain perspective of diversity and equality in the classroom
  • Describe modern classroom dynamics, change and fluidity.


“I enrolled on this course to refresh my knowledge as i already work with all ages with learning difficulties, its really helped me thanks oxbridge ”

Anthony W

“I wasn't sure how this would work for me, however its been a very interesting and understanding course to follow very pleased with my achievement, and how enjoyable this course is to do”

Gene.W

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