NCFE CACHE Level 2 Certificate in working with Children in Early Years and Primary Settings - Transition to T-level

Full Time

About the course

CACHE (Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education) courses are national qualifications, which will give you a good foundation of knowledge in Early years and Child Care.

Gain the knowledge and understanding of babies and young children from birth to eleven years of age with applied knowledge in the early years and primary school settings. Learners will need to be working, volunteering or on practical placement to show competence in both knowledge and skills.

There are 8 units in this qualification.

You will study several units at any one time including: Safeguarding, protection and welfare of babies and children in early years and primary settings; Roles and responsibilities of the educational professional; Nutrition, Play and Supporting children and young people's development.

Entry requirements

4 GCSEs Grade 3 including English and Maths or successful completion of Level 1.

Where next?

Learners can enter the workforce Level 2 Early Years Practitioner or continue to study for a BTEC l3 or T-level in education and childcare, currently delivered at New College Swindon. You may find work within the Voluntary, Statutory and Private sectors. Such roles could include Nursery assistant/Classroom assistant or a Nanny.

Work experience and employability

Learners will complete approximately 150 placement hours whilst undertaking this qualification; this will be carried out on one day per week alongside their studies. Placement opportunity will allow for sufficient skills application with babies and young children in order to meet the assessment criteria for the qualification.

What additional resources will I need?

You will need a New College T-shirt for uniform on placement; These are £11. You will be expected to cover the travel costs to your work experience placements. You may also want to buy some of the textbooks used in class or access the e-learning resources provided.

Fees information

This course is free to students aged 16-18.

Students aged 19+ will usually be charged a tuition fee, unless they meet certain eligibility criteria for fee remission. For those paying, an Advanced Learner Loan may be available. For further advice on fees, waivers and loans, please contact the Fees Co-Ordinator at Queens Drive.

Contact

For queries about the course, please contact the course leader: Jessica John (jessica.john@newcollege.ac.uk)

For general enquiries, please contact: enrolment@newcollege.ac.uk