NCFE CACHE Level 2 Certificate in an Introduction to Early Years Education and Care
Courses are delivered in our mock nursery which allows students to bring their skills to life. Our lecturing team are highly qualified and have many years of industry experience. This ensures that students receive a high standard of training.
- Support the physical care routines for children
- Understand the role of the practitioner
- Use legislation relating to equality, diversity and inclusive practice
- Support positive behaviour in children
- Engage in professional development
- Understand child development from birth to five years
- Have knowledge of children aged up to seven years
Start date: September 2017
Course lecturers: Our lecturers are unique in that they have worked within the childcare sector for many years, so have a great deal of knowledge to pass along to you.
Our facilities: We have an onsite nursery and our classrooms are built to provide a practical and unique learning experience.
Kit required: All students will require our childcare uniform.
Activities to enhance child development
Meet your lecturers
Kerry is the Childcare sector lead and is a qualified lecturer with an extensive career both as a childcare lecturer and practitioner. She has gained a range of qualifications relevant to her roles in childcare, including a Foundation Degree when working as a Deputy Manager. Kerry is committed to ensuring that all students share her passion for early years, something she says was cemented as a life-long one during her time as a Deputy Manager. Kerry focuses on not only ensuring students have the skills and knowledge required to succeed, but also that they have the confidence to be an integral part of their nursery team when becoming qualified.
Katy is also a course lecturer alongside Kerry Clayton. Katy has a strong history of lecturing and teaching and also as a childcare practitioner. This has included roles at day nurseries and within schools in support based roles. Katy is passionate about high-quality early years care and education, and has also worked on a voluntary basis within playgroups. Before moving into a lecturing role, Katy was an assessor for childcare courses, meaning students are offered a unique blend of direct experience and support to achieve the very best in their studies.