CACHE Level 3 Early Years Educator for the Work-Based Learner: The only textbook for Early Years endorsed by CACHE
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Plan and supervise child-initiated and adult-led activities, which are based around the needs and interests of each individual child
CACHE Level 3 Early Years Educator for the Work-Based Learner
During this Early Years Educator Apprenticeship, learners will develop skills and understanding in multiple areas of childcare. Some of the learning content will consist of: After completionof your diploma in early years education, you’ll befully qualifiedand ready to begin work as anursery nurse, reception practitioner, private nanny,or one of many other positions which involve working closely with young children. You’ll combine studying online with a practical placement of at least350 hoursin a childcare role, as youdevelop your skills and help children to learn, grow, and thrive.As an ESFA-approved Assessment Organisation, we provide a full range of assessment services, resources and support from our experienced EPA team to equip you and your learners with the diverse requirements of the apprenticeship standards. Once you offer a candidate a position and they accept, we will help you to enrol your candidate onto our programme and help you access funding NOTE: Units 1.1 to 1.6 are related to health and wellbeing. Units 2.1 to 2.5 explore legislation, frameworks and professional practice. Units 3.1 to 3.15 cover play, development and learning for school readiness. And unit 4.1 looks at professional development.
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NCFE CACHE Level 3 Early Years Educator for the Work-Based Learner: The only textbook for Early Years endorsed by CACHE Learners aged 16-19 (and learners aged 19-24 with learning difficulties and/or disabilities) funded by the Education Funding Agency will not require GCSE English and maths grade A* - C prior to commencing their Early Years Educator qualification.We believe it's incredibly important to build a pipeline of talent within the early years sector. Not only do we want to create opportunities for all people, but we find that apprentices often stay on for a long time, undergoing training before moving into management roles.” As the leading Awarding Organisation in the care sector we have surpassed the minimum requirements set out in the Full and Relevant Criteria to develop a qualification which reflects the priorities of practitioners and employers to meet the needs of young children. Upon achievement of this qualification it is intended that learners will be able to enter the workforce as Early Years Educators.