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Diploma for the Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator) Level 3 (RQF)

  • Play an integral part in children’s development
  • Teach children essential skills through play
  • Help children develop strong emotional wellbeing
  • Prepare them for the transition into school
  • Gain a nationally recognised qualification in early years education
  • Embark on a highly rewarding career where you will make a real difference
  • Learn all you need to know to nurture children through their early years

Nursery Nurses have the important job of looking after, nurturing and supporting our children between the ages of 0-5.

Nursery nurses also give children that valuable start in life to a good education. They work with children to develop their social skills in a safe and caring environment that promotes learning through play.

As a nursery nurse you will:

  • Care for the overall wellbeing of the children you work with
  • Meet their daily needs in terms of support and nourishment
  • Teach them essential skills through play
  • Create detailed development plans for each child
  • Work with colleagues and parents to ensure those objectives are met
  • Hold one-to-ones with parents to discuss their child's needs and progress as appropriate

Nursery nurses get to work with children to develop in a variety of ways ranging from creativity to emotional awareness and more.

If you enjoy working with young children and helping them to develop and grow as individuals, then nursery nursing could be a fulfilling career for you.

As a Nursery Nurse, you will work with a group of children, creating personal development plans for each child to help them flourish.

You will help them to interact with other children, express themselves emotionally, learn through play and prepare for the start of school.

Be warned, there’s also a certain amount of bumps and bruises, accidental puddles to clear up and nappies to change.

But if none of that phases you, then you’ve found your ideal role.

To become a Nursery Nurse you will require the appropriate qualifications. Some pre-schools and nurseries will allow you to work as you study but will usually require some form of qualification or prior experience to begin with.

This level 3 diploma will give you the qualification you need to start your career in early years education. Giving you the knowledge you need to work with and nurture infants and young children as they prepare for school.

The qualification will also allow you to further your studies, specialising in specific areas of early years development.

In order to achieve your CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator) qualification you will be required to do a minimum of 350 hours in a suitable placement broken down as follows:

  • 0 – 1 year 11 months (working with babies): 25 hours
  • 2 – 2 years 11 months (working with toddlers): 133 hours
  • 3 – 5 years (working with pre-school children): 192 hours

Nursery Nurses have the important job of looking after, nurturing and supporting our children between the ages of 0-5.

Nursery nurses also give children that valuable start in life to a good education. They work with children to develop their social skills in a safe and caring environment that promotes learning through play.

As a nursery nurse you will:

  • Care for the overall wellbeing of the children you work with
  • Meet their daily needs in terms of support and nourishment
  • Teach them essential skills through play
  • Create detailed development plans for each child
  • Work with colleagues and parents to ensure those objectives are met
  • Hold one-to-ones with parents to discuss their child's needs and progress as appropriate

Nursery nurses get to work with children to develop in a variety of ways ranging from creativity to emotional awareness and more.

If you enjoy working with young children and helping them to develop and grow as individuals, then nursery nursing could be a fulfilling career for you.

As a Nursery Nurse, you will work with a group of children, creating personal development plans for each child to help them flourish.

You will help them to interact with other children, express themselves emotionally, learn through play and prepare for the start of school.

Be warned, there’s also a certain amount of bumps and bruises, accidental puddles to clear up and nappies to change.

But if none of that phases you, then you’ve found your ideal role.

To become a Nursery Nurse you will require the appropriate qualifications. Some pre-schools and nurseries will allow you to work as you study but will usually require some form of qualification or prior experience to begin with.

This level 3 diploma will give you the qualification you need to start your career in early years education. Giving you the knowledge you need to work with and nurture infants and young children as they prepare for school.

The qualification will also allow you to further your studies, specialising in specific areas of early years development.

In order to achieve your CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator) qualification you will be required to do a minimum of 350 hours in a suitable placement broken down as follows:

  • 0 – 1 year 11 months (working with babies): 25 hours
  • 2 – 2 years 11 months (working with toddlers): 133 hours
  • 3 – 5 years (working with pre-school children): 192 hours

SALARY INDICATOR

AVERAGE
SALARY AFTER
COMPLETING

Entry Level Salary

£14k

Average Salary

£18k

Experienced Salary

£24k
£18k You can earn
an average of
£18,000 a year

Start Your Journey Into Nursery Nursing

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Make a Difference to Children's lives

As children begin to return to nurseries across the country and we begin to put the events of 2020 behind us, there has never been a better time to get a career you love!

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Work Ready…

This nationally recognised Level 3 qualification is required for nursery settings and will enable you to stand out amongst your competition.

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Complete Your Course in 12 to 18 Months!

You can complete your Level 3 qualification in as little as 12 - 18 months and fit it around your real-world commitments.

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Diploma for the Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator) Level 3 (RQF)

This level 3 childcare course is suitable for anyone looking to work with children, regardless of any previous experience or education. It is the only course that will allow you to practise as a fully-qualified early years’ practitioner via distance learning.

In order to achieve your CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator) qualification you will be required to do a minimum of 350 hours in a suitable placement broken down as follows:

  • 0 – 1 year 11 months (working with babies): 25 hours
  • 2 – 2 years 11 months (working with toddlers): 133 hours
  • 3 – 5 years (working with pre-school children): 192 hours

Module 1: Support healthy lifestyles for children through the provision of food and nutrition

Module 2: Promote healthy lifestyles for children through exercise

Module 3: Support physical care routines for children

Module 4: Promote children’s emotional well-being

Module 5: Understand how to support children who are unwell

Module 6: Understand legislation relating to the safeguarding, protection and welfare of children=

Module 7: Follow legislation relating to the health and safety of children

Module 8: Follow legislation relating to equality, diversity and inclusive practice

Module 9: Working in partnership

Module 10: Understand the value of play in early years

Module 11: Plan, lead and review play opportunities which support children’s learning and development

Module 12: Promote enabling play environments

Module 13: Developing children’s emergent literacy skills

Module 14: Developing children’s emergent mathematical skills

Module 15: Support children’s transition to school

Module 16: Develop children’s cognitive skills

Module 17: Promote children’s speech, language and communication

Module 18: Promoting children’s physical development

Module 19: Promoting children’s personal, social and emotional development

Module 20: Support children with additional needs

Module 21: Use observation, assessment and planning to promote the development of children

Module 22: Use longitudinal studies to observe, assess and plan for children’s needs

Module 23: Engage in professional development

All your study materials will be accessible 24/7, 365 days a year on our world-class online learning platform.

This gives you the ability to learn wherever and whenever you want - on your terms, around your other commitments.

Add on our industry-leading 2 year career support and your dream career is closer than you think!

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