Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship in Supporting, Teaching & Learning
This Apprenticeship is for anyone wishing to develop knowledge and skills relating to the Children and Young People’s Workforce. The qualifications at Level 2 contains a number of units that are shared across related workforces – children’s services, schools support services, health, care and playwork.
This qualification is relevant for:
- Early Years Worker/Assistant
- Care Worker/Assistant
- Assistant Youth Support & Community Worker
Apprenticeships offer the opportunity to work for a real employer and gain a qualification. Childcare careers require knowledge and commitment and apprenticeships are an excellent way to learn and develop your career at the same time.
What you will learn:
- Level 2/3 Certificate for the Children and Young People’s Workforce
- Functional Skills in English, Maths and ICT
- First Aid
- ERR (Employment Rights and Responsibilities
- PLTS (Personal Learning and Thinking Skills)
- Child Development
- Promoting Learning and Development in Early Years
- Assessment and Planning and Children and Young People
For a list of our latest Apprenticeship vacancies please visit here.
You need to be employed in a relevant role to join an Apprenticeship programme plus: 4 GCSEs Grade 3 (D in the old grading structure) or above, including English & maths or a relevant Level 1 qualification combined with GCSE/Level 1 English & maths.
Length of study: 1 year
Study campus: Coventry College
Course level: Level 2
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12 March 2019 17:00 - 19:30
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