CACHE Level 3 Certificate in Childcare & Education (EYE)

HS4014MT

About the course

This course is designed for people with an interest in becoming teachers and educators in Early Years Education.

This course is designed for people with an interest in becoming teachers and educators in Early Years Education. 

You must have four GCSEs at Grade C or above (including English Language and Maths). Alternatively, you can have a Level 2 qualification in Child Care or Health and Social Care at Merit level.

You must have two satisfactory references, one evidencing at least two weeks¿ experience working with children under 7. Please be aware that this course involves a lot of self-directed study.

You must also have a current Disclosure and Barring Service (CRB ) check, which costs around £50.

The course has been structured around four themes: Health and Well-Being; Legislation, Frameworks and Professional Practice; Play, Development and Learning for School Readiness; Professional Development. Each of these themes consists of a number of study units, of which you must complete 27.

This Diploma is awarded on successful completion of all units, an attendance record of at least 80%, and successful completion of the practical evidence record. 

This qualification licences you to practice as an Early Years Educator, qualifying you for roles in Day Nurseries, Nursery Schools, Pre-Schools and Reception Classes in Primary Schools.

You can also progress to a Higher Education qualification such as the BTEC Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care. 

Robenatt Tshibangu

 "My plan is to become a pediatric nurse dealing with children or a child psychologist.

"My plan is to become a pediatric nurse dealing with children or a child psychologist.

Studying: Level 2 and 3 Childcare Apprenticeship

I started off doing a Health and Social care course in college, based on the advice of my family I decided to do a childcare Apprenticeship. After reviewing their advice I came to the conclusion that it would be the smoothest route for me to take as it enables me to progress onto university.

"A typical day at college involves a lot of work, we have open discussions about the different areas of childcare and, we go into depth about the roots of childcare and the founding Acts of Child Law, it is really interesting.

"In the nursery, I have a number of roles that I complete on a daily basis; I assist with the daily routines for example every week I sit down with my co-workers to devise a weekly plan for the children.I am hoping to progress onto university and to either study a pediatric nursing course or Child Psychology.

"My plan is then to become a pediatric nurse dealing with children or a child psychologist. I also hope to own my own business one day.

"The college has supported me a lot, they have assisted me with finding employment, they have provided me with the necessary information which I can put into practice."

Course information

Start date
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10 September 2018

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Course level
Level 3
Course code
HS4015A18CS
Start date
10/09/18
End date
02/07/19
Duration
34
Centre
Health, Social and Child Care
Co-Funded
Exams
£202.19
Tuition
£1950.00
Unfunded
Tuition
£2882.00
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