When working in the early childhood sector, cooperation between different professions is of great importance. This certified further education programme in interdisciplinary process support in early childhood education enables you as a professional to plan and moderate complex support processes.
Prevention and Child Welfare
Completed studies or vocational training, professional experience and activity during further training in a relevant field of action
2,190 euros VAT exempt
Recognised in Brandenburg and Berlin
At a glance
Aims of the training
By obtaining the certificate, participants are able to recognise the specific concerns of young children and infants in different professional contexts, to assess dangerous situations and to communicate these findings with other professional groups.
The in-service further education programme is aimed at social workers, psychologists, educators and other practitioners with relevant experience.
Mode of operation
In the modules, an interdisciplinary team of lecturers imparts sound specialist knowledge and deepens it in interdisciplinary discourse. The students get the opportunity to connect the contents in joint case work with their own profession-specific practice. Accompanying supervision in small groups supports reflection on one's own perspective.
A participation fee of 2,190 euros (VAT-exempt) must be paid for the course. Graduates of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam receive 5 % reduction.
- Bärbel Derksen (Dipl. Psych.)
- Gabriele Koch (Dr. rer. med.)
- Prof. Karsten Krauskopf (Dr. Dipl. Psych.)
- Lena Kuntze (Dr.)
- Astrid Kunze (Psychologist, MA)
- Hans Leitner (Dipl. Ped.)
- Olaf Schulz (Dipl. Social-Ped.)
- Introduction / Cultural factors and parental perceptions
- Biological and neurobiological foundations / psychosocial stressors
- The importance of relationship and interaction in the early parent-child relationship
- Regulatory disorders in early childhood
- Legal aspects of professional action / profession-specific diagnostics / cooperation in interdisciplinary teams
- Final colloquium / evaluation