Early Years Practitioner
The Early Years Practitioner aims to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding of babies and young children from birth to seven years of age with applied knowledge in the early years, 0–5 years.
Early Years Educator
Some of the key responsibilities of an Early Years Educator include; supporting children to develop numeracy and language skills through games and play, help to ensure each child feels safe and secure, observes each child and shapes their learning experience to reflect their observations and meets the care needs of the individual child such as feeding, changing nappies and administration of medicine.
Advanced Childcare Practice & Management
The qualification provides practitioners with the opportunity to upskill and develop management skills so that they can take on new roles and responsibilities. Achievement of this qualification could lead to potential job opportunities, such as Senior Practitioner, Room Leader, Supervisor, Management (e.g. Deputy or Relief), or Mentor.
Early Years Lead Practitioner
The Early Years Lead Practitioner will be a proactive and influential practitioner, working directly with children, skillfully leading day to day practice at an operational level. As active practitioners they are effective role models of play-based learning, supporting others to develop their own practice. They are highly skilled professionals who take an operational lead for the care, learning and development of all young children within their care, adapting to individual needs providing inclusive and holistic provision.