While studying at our Centre of Excellence you can obtain qualifications ranging from Entry Level and Level 3 certificates through to Extended Diplomas. If you haven’t already obtained a Grade 4 GCSE in English or maths you’ll also study to achieve this level of qualification, which is a mandatory requirement of your course and essential for many careers.
In our Centre of Excellence for Childhood Studies you’ll develop an in-depth knowledge of this sector and gain work experience with industry leaders.View all available courses for this subject area
Studying in our Centre of Excellence for Childhood Studies, you will nurture and develop skills that will set you up for a rewarding career helping young people to achieve their potential. These range from early year practitioners, with an average yearly salary of £17,000, to educational therapists with an average annual salary of £47,000.
We aim to bring together industry professionals and our talented students to help secure the best possible future for our students. These partnerships include:
Tiddlywinks run six nurseries in Manchester providing daily care for over 600 children and four Out of School Clubs providing daily care for 120 children.
Explore our gallery. From our outstanding facilities to fantastic work placement opportunities, get a taste of what it’s like working in the industry and see what you can expect from studying at The Manchester College.
The course has given me a lot more information about how to help other people. I now know different ways to talk to people with learning difficulties. Going forward I would like to go on to the second year of this course and then progress on to university so I can go into teaching children with learning difficulties in the future.
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