Advanced Childcare Practice & Management
Qualification level: 4
Funding: Advanced Learner Loan
Course Duration: 18 Months
Course Value: £4,670
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.
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Early Years Apprenticeships
The Childcare sector, otherwise known as Early Years care, is the care and supervision of a a child or children, whose ages range from six weeks to thirteen years. Childcare is the action or skill of looking after children by a day nursery, nanny, babysitter, teachers, or other providers. Childcare is a broad topic that covers a wide spectrum of professionals, institutions, contexts, activities, and social and cultural conventions. Early childcare is an equally important and often overlooked component of child development. Childcare providers can be children’s first teachers, and therefore play an integral role in systems of early childhood education.
Early Years settings may include:
- Day nurseries
- Nursery classes
- Wraparound childcare
- Care for disabled children
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The Level 3 Award for Special Education Needs Coordinators in Early Years qualification is aimed at Level 3 Nursery Practitioners in a private, voluntary or independent setting. All providers of Early Years Childcare are required to have arrangements in place to identify and support children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and to promote equality of opportunity for children in their care.