Suitable for: The Apprenticeship in Children's Care, Learning and Development (CCLD), is suitable for full-time, 16-24 year old employees who are currently working with children between the ages of 0-16 years. This could be as a nursery or childcare assistant, private childminder or family support worker.
There are 7 units completed on the level 2 award. Examples of these include: Support childrens development Use support to develop own practice Support childrens play and learning Contribute to effectiveness of teams If you are accepted onto this course without a Grade C or above in Maths and/or English you will be required to complete the relevant...
The aim of this qualification is to provide learners with an insight into the Children's Care, Learning and Development sector and enables them to gain some relevant knowledge and experience. In addition, the requirement for 300 hours of work experience will award assistant practitioner status on successful completion of the qualification.
Suitable for: This is a recognised qualification for people who wish to work with children in schools, nurseries, play groups, special needs settings etc. There are 3 aspects to the course; underpinning knowledge, portfolio building and practical assessment. Students must also undertake placement in a childcare setting.
There are 5 mandatory units and 4 optional units completed on the level 3 award. Example of some of these include: Develop and promote positive relationships Develop and maintain a healthy, safe and secure environment for children Promote childrens development Reflect on and develop practice Protect and promote childrens rights. If you are accepted...
10 units covering a diverse range of pertinent issues relating to the care and education of young children.
Suitable for: A NVQ in Children' Care Learning and Development is the recognised qualification for work with children and young people under 16 and their families in a range of settings including schools, nurseries, day care. Through studying the course students will develop appropriate underpinning knowledge and become professionally competent in...
10 units including the six core units: Continuing Development Communicating, Values and Leadership in the Early Years Environment Theories of Development, Birth to Three Early Years Curriculum, Play and Learning Child Protection Professional Practice* *Learners who possess qualified practitioner status must complete a reflective
This course is designed to prepare students for work with young children and will provide a recognised industry qualification. On this course, assessment of all Units will take place in the workplace and/or College, where students must demonstrate the necessary skills required for each unit.
Suitable for: The key to success depends on the quality of training and supervision. This course aims to develop competent and confident supervisors / managers - people who make a difference. The key to cascading training involves: Identifying training needs. Organising training. Facilitating training. Assessing achievement. Evaluating the...
This is a 16 unit programme, some examples include: Communicating, Values and Leadership in an Early Years Environment Theories of Development: Birth to Three Early Years Curriculum, Play and Learning Early Years Research and Project Understanding Childrens Behaviour