Level 3, Apprenticeship
Duration: 18 Month Course
Our Childcare Apprenticeship will enable you to work with children and young people while also gaining an insight into the factors that shape their development.
Throughout the 18-month course, you will be working in an Early Years environment.
You will study children's development, from conception to 8yrs, with links made to infleuntial theorists along with the relevant legislation and guidelines that Early Years Practitioners work to.
You will work as a Practitioner in residential care or day care settings and will need some previous experience of working in this sector.
Core units include:
- Promoting children’s health and welfare in an early years setting
- Theories which underpin practice in the early years sector
- Child development from conception to 7 years.
How Will I Be Taught and Assessed?
You'll attend College one day per week and be assessed in the workplace by your portfolio of evidence.
Why Should I Choose Seevic College?
At Seevic we offer two progression routes from this qualification - one for those wanting to work within the Early Years sector (Early Years Practitioner) and one for those wanting to work in a school environment (Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning in Schools).
We've also incorporated GCSE English and Maths into the course for those wishing to complete the EYP route.
What Could I Do Next?
You could progress to a higher level Apprenticeship, professional or university level qualification, such as the Foundation Degree in Early Years at Seevic College, or full-time employment in the industry. Potential roles could include being a Care Worker, Childminder or Nursery Nurse.
General Entry Requirements
Grades A/8-C/4 in English, Maths and ICT.* Individual pathway requirements will also need to be met.
*If candidates do not have the required grades in one of the above subjects, they may be able to take them at Functional Skills level alongside the Apprenticeship.
Specific Entry Requirements
Level 2 Children & Young People's Workforce, or equivalent.