This qualification aims to develop the knowledge, understanding, behaviours and skills that underpin Professional Practice within the children’s care, play, learning and development sector. This qualification is primarily for those working in regulated childcare settings with families and children under the age of 8 and NHS children’s services for those working with families and children 0-19.
Professional Practice in Children’s Care, Play, Learning and Development
- This qualification is practice-based and assesses learners’ knowledge and practice. It is designed for learners in work-based learning, further education and higher education
- This qualification will allow learners to develop the knowledge and skills required for professional practice within childcare or health settings.
- Continuous Assessment
- Internal Assessment
- Portfolio of Evidence
- Workplace Evidence
- The study of essential skills may be required
The qualification allows learners to progress within employment or further study at a higher level.
Entry is normally subject to interview.
This qualification provides progression for learners who have completed the Level 3 Children’s Care, Play, Learning and Development (Practice) qualification.
This qualification is primarily for those working in regulated childcare settings with families and children under the age of 8 and NHS children’s services for those working with families and children 0-19.
Access to a computer and internet.
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