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The Level 2 course provides knowledge and understanding in childcare and education to enable individuals to work in a supervised capacity in a variety of childcare settings. It is an ideal programme for those who have achieved 4 GCSEs at C grades or above or an appropriate Level 1 qualification. Students are required to attend college and practical placement training on alternate weeks throughout the year. The Welsh Baccalaureate is also studied as part of this programme.
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Progression and Employment: Students who successfully complete the course may be eligible to progress on to the Level 3 Diploma, or extended Diploma in Childcare and Education or the BTEC National Certificate / Diploma in Childrens Care Learning and Development. Those who enter employment would be eligible to work with children under supervision in a variety of settings eg. Primary and Nursery Schools, Childrens Centres, Day Nurseries and Additional Needs provisions.
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- Nationally recognised one year course
- Supportive, stimulating student centred learning environment
- Welsh Baccalaureate is studied as part of the main programme
- Practical placement training of 280 hours.
- Possible progression from the course to a Level 3 qualification.
Programme content includes: child development, foundation phase curriculum, positive environments and the development of proffesional practice.