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CACHE DIPLOMA: CHILDCARE & EDUCATION (DCE) Level: 3 Location: Hall Green Campus Duration: 2 years What will I study? You will learn through taught sessions, group work, presentations and considerable work placement experience. You will need to complete 12 modules including: Observation and assessment Working with young children Foundations to caring The developing child Health and community care Play, curriculum and early learning Working with babies Preparation for employment Anti-discriminatory practice Working with parents Provision of services and the protection of children There will be opportunities for a variety of visits relevant to the course. What can I do after this course? On successful completion of this course you could progress onto Higher Education courses e.g. BA Hons or' the Foundation Degree in Early Years the Foundation Degree (Arts): Integrated Children and Young People's Services or you could find a job as a qualified Early Years practitioner. Requirement This very successful and exciting course is ideal if you want to work with children in any Early Years setting. For example, working as a Nursery Nurse, Classroom Assistant or Playgroup Leader etc. To enrol on this course: School leavers need to have 4 GCSEs at grade C or above in written subjects, including English, and a satisfactory reference Mature students need to have completed the Certificate in Childcare & Education (CCE) or equivalent Level 2 Childcare qualification You will need to have a short basic skills assessment and an interview to ensure the course meets your needs You will need a medical form signed by your family doctor You will also have to apply for a CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) check the College will help you with this

CACHE DIPLOMA: CHILDCARE & EDUCATION (DCE) Level: 3 Location: Hall Green Campus Duration: 2 years What will I study? You will learn through taught sessions, group work, presentations and considerable work placement experience. You will need to complete 12 modules including: Observation and assessment Working with young children Foundations to caring The developing child Health and community care...

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