The earliest years of a child’s life are crucial to their development. Attending Early learning centres helps with the social and emotional growth of young children. It also lays the foundations of learning which are critical to their lifelong success and can help develop vital skills such as language, communication, socialisation, independence, motor skills, creativity and more. If you would like to work in this rewarding career, then the Cache level 3 course may be just what you are looking for.
The Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education (CACHE) offer a wide range of vocational qualifications to those who are working or want to work with children or adults. These are nationally recognised qualifications accredited on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).
CACHE, now part of NCFE, specialises in childcare and education with a portfolio of qualifications that include entry level through to advanced. Last year, 150,000 learners registered with them at over 1,000 UK based Centres and internationally.
There are a variety of qualifications that will allow you to gain employment as a teaching assistant, however the most popular is the NCFE CACHE Diploma for the Children & Young People’s Workforce (Early Years Educator). This course prepares learners to become an Early Years Educator and has been allocated UCAS points. For those who do not have the time to complete this qualification or are unable to secure a placement, there is the NCFE Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools – CACHE Level 2 Certificate (RQF) Course which also has UCAS points and can be used to find a job as a teaching assistant. Cache level 3 and Early learning centres