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This qualification will prepare learners to work with children between birth and five years. It will cover a range of job roles in statutory, private and voluntary settings such as a nursery or pre-school assistant, classroom assistant or nanny.
This programme is a great stepping stone for a Level 3 Childcare qualification and allows progression for those who have also achieved maths and English GCSE and have a positive tutor recommendation.
You should have a particular interest and commitment to the care of children and be at least 16 years of age.
You will need to have gained a minimum of four GCSEs at grade D / 3 or above including English Language and Maths.
You should also have good attendance and attainment reports from your previous school or college. You will also have to attend and complete a successful college interview.
This qualification is made up of 16 units which are based on practical skills and knowledge. These units cover a range of subjects including the role of the Early Years Practitioner, childrens play and development, supporting positive behaviour, health and safety, equality and inclusion and safeguarding childrens welfare.
You will attend a nursery or pre-school setting for work experience for two days a week in order to gain practical experience in a real work environment.
English and Maths GCSEs will be studied by learners who have not previously achieved these subjects.
You will learn through a mixture of lectures and practical work experience. You will be required to attend college for three days per week and a work placement for two days per week. All units will be internally assessed using a range of methods. This will include direct observation within the workplace, professional discussions and written tasks set by CACHE.
It is recommended that students purchase a course textbook, details of which can be obtained at the start of the term. A college polo shirt is required to wear as a uniform for work placement at an approximate cost of 10.00 each. Students are required to provide their own study equipment such as stationery and a memory stick.
There is a mandatory requirement for students to have a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check in order to attend work placement.
Our School Leaver open events are held each October, November, March and June. For specific dates and times please see the events section of our website or telephone 023 8091 1299.
Apply by clicking on the APPLY NOW link on this page. Alternatively, you can apply by completing an application form from our printed prospectus or through our Information, Advice and Guidance team by telephone 023 8091 1299 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Fees will apply if you are over 18. You may be eligible for fee support or a loan. To find out an accurate cost, based on your individual circumstances, please contact our Information, Advice and Guidance team.
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* Please note that although this tool looks to give customers the best indication of course costs, a final cost can only be confirmed once all submitted information is verified by our information, advice and guidance team.
If you require further advice and guidance about any of our courses, the College has a dedicated Careers Advisor who can be contacted on telephone 023 8091 1014
The College wishes to ensure that it complies with the requirements of the Equality Act 2010. If you are a disabled person, please ensure that we know what you need so that we can make all reasonable adjustments to help you succeed.
Please note all courses descriptions may be subject to change.
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