CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Introduction to Early Years Education and Care (QCF)
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Course DetailsThe CACHE Level 2 Certificate in an Introduction to Early Years Education and Care (QCF) prepares you to work with children between birth and 5 years, with knowledge of children up to 7 years. Upon achievement of this qualification, you can progress to our Level 3 qualification in the Early Years Educator. Outline of programme – Each unit within the Certificate has a credit rating and to achieve the QCF Certificate in Introduction to Early Years Education Level 2 you must achieve 14 mandatory units with a total credit value of 33. This amounts to between 269 and 282 guided learning hours across the qualification. Mandatory Units
- Support physical care routines for children
- An introduction to the role of the early years practitioner
- Understand how to work in partnership
- Understand legislation relating to the safeguarding, protection and welfare of children
- Use legislation relating to the health and safety of children
- Use legislation relating to equality, diversity and inclusive practice
- Understand how to plan to meet the needs of the developing child
- Supporting children’s play
- Support children’s play in early years
- Support the needs of the child in preparing for school
- Supporting children’s development
- Use observation, assessment and planning
- Support children’s positive behaviour
- Engage in professional development
- Support healthy lifestyles for children through the provision of food and nutrition
- Support health lifestyles for children through exercise
- Support children with additional needs
- Support creative play
- This course is open to candidates of 16 years and over, and there are no barriers on the grounds of sex, race, creed or academic attainment in learning.
- You need to be working in the industry to be able to provide your own understanding and knowledge of the subjects covered in your units. This can include paid or voluntary roles and different working patterns or hours. You are expected to have 250 placement hours to achieve this qualification.
- A work based observation is required.
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