CACHE Level 3 Early Years Educator for the Work-Based Learner: The only textbook for Early Years endorsed by CACHE
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CACHE Level 3 Early Years Educator for the Work-Based Learner
Career Readiness: Individuals can gain a strong foundation in early years education, preparing them for roles as early years educators or practitioners.
If you are aged 19 or above, you may qualify for an Advanced LearnerLoanto help pay for your course fees. You’ll study local and national initiatives aimed at keeping children fit and healthy, the importance of sleep for babies and young children, SIDS prevention, and common childhood illnesses.
Early Years Educator - Apprenticeships Early Years Educator - Apprenticeships
Learners interested in the Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Practitioner (Early Years Educator) (Work Based) will be required to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of early years education and care, including that they can support and promote children's early education and development, plan and provide effective care, teaching and learning that enables children to progress and prepares them for school, make accurate and productive use of assessment, develop effective and informed practice, safeguard and promote the health, safety and welfare of children, work in partnership with the key person, colleagues, parents and/or carers or other professionals. This means that somebody will need to observe your practice working with children aged 0-5 years old in an OFSTED-regulated setting. As an award-winning apprenticeship provider, we’re passionate about developing world-class learners.Partnerships with Families: Strategies for building positive relationships with parents and families, and involving them in their child's early education. Marine biology, jellyfish conservationist, hairdresser, fitness instructor… I have an eclectic backstory! Effective Partnerships: Strategies for building positive relationships with parents and families contribute to collaborative care environments.