WELCOME TO THE LONDON SCHOOL OF CHILDCARE STUDIES
Formally known as The Home Affairs Training Academy (HATA), we deliver expert courses designed specifically for people looking to pursue their career within the private childcare industry.
We have trained thousands of students from industry professionals looking to enhance their skills to beginners starting their careers in this fun and rewarding profession. We have a range of courses to suit all with different career pathways and look forward to welcoming you onto our next course. Read more
OUR FOUNDATION COURSES
We have full time, part time and online study options available
Workshops coming up
Book onto one of our workshops which have been designed to increase your knowledge in specialist areas.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY
Here are what our students have said about their experiences on our courses
Meet our professional tutors all of whom have years of experience working in the childcare profession
Checkout our blog for the latest news and articles to help you in your career
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Working with children is an important responsibility and all our training is taught to the highest quality ensuring you meet industry standards and beyond.
All of our courses come with world class student supports. We know how important it is to feel supported and we encourage students to always seek help from us when needed. All our expert tutors are on standby to help you through your training ever step of the way
Working within the Childcare profession is a rewarding career that holds great responsibility. Our vision is to increase the professional standards within the industry by teaching the most up-to-date curriculum and equipping students with relevant and useful skills that will prepare them for their careers.