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CACHE Level 2 Certificate Introducing Caring for Children & Young People
This course is designed for new and existing childcare practitioners to gain the necessary skills to launch a career in Early Years. With a Cache Level 2 qualification, learners are much more employable and can go on to work in a rewarding Nursery Nurse role. With units ranging from safeguarding to child development, the course gives a broad knowledge of childcare and prepares learners to work in the childcare sector.
|Study Time:||134 hours|
|Enrolment length:||12 months|
|Entry Requirements:||None Specific|
To gain the CACHE Level 2 Certificate Introducing Caring for Children and Young People you will need to pass all five units to achieve the credits necessary.
There is no formal exam and the certification fee is included in the course fees.
What is CACHE?
CACHE stands for the Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education. CACHE are the leading specialist awarding organisation for the care and education sector.
For further information, go to: http://www.cache.org.uk. Qualification Code 600/0336/4
- Unit 1 – TDA 2.2: Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people
- Level 2 Credit value 3
- Unit 2 – CL2 A9: Importance of play for early learning
Level 2 Credit value 6
- Unit 3 – NH/L2 03: Use food and nutrition information to plan a healthy diet
Level 2 Credit value 3
- Unit 4 – CL2 A2: Young Children’s Development
Level 2 Credit value 3
- Unit 5 – CL2A4: Accident prevention and fire safety when babysitting
Level 2 Credit value 2
This course can be taken over a 12 month period but you can complete it as fast or as slowly as you wish.
• The course comes to you via an online moodle platform
• You will get full tutor support through our system
• You will receive feedback on your assignments from our tutors who are all childcare experts
• You will also be given guidance through our Study Guide on how to submit assignments and access your feedback
• Postal assignments cannot be accepted for this course
• You must have access to email in order to contact your tutor
• You must have access to the internet and have an up to date internet browser
• You must have the use of a computer for studying
To pass this course learners must pass several assignments. These are completed after navigating through the corresponding lessons and writing your answers to assignment questions. Once these have been read and marked by your personal tutor, feedback and marks are provided to students which contain helpful tips to improve work in future assignments.
All of our students are assigned a personal tutor to guide them through course materials, mark their assignments and assist should students have any queries. Tutors can be contacted at any time throughout a course by sending a direct message within our online learning system.
All of our tutors are childcare experts and have extensive knowledge in Early Years as well as Health and Social Care to give fantastic feedback and help to those learning new skills in the care sector.
Nursery Worker Income
The starting salary for junior or trainee nursery workers is from £10,000 to £14,000 a year, depending on age.
Qualified and experienced nursery workers can earn between £15,000 and £22,000, depending on responsibilities.
Nursery Management Income
Nursery managers can earn between £22,000 and £30,000 a year.
Deputy nursery managers can earn around £18,000 to £22,000 a year, and nursery room leaders may earn between £14,000 and £18,000 a year.
Primary School Teacher Income
The main salary scale is from £22,023 to £32,187 a year (£27,543 to £37,119 in inner London).
Full-time playworkers can earn between £12,000 and £20,000 a year. Managerial staff can earn between £25,000 and £30,000 a year.
The National Childminding Association (now Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years) Membership Survey 2012 reported that fees charged by childminders ranged from £3.63 to £5.42 an hour for each child, depending on the area of the country.
*All figures are intended as a guideline only and were taken from the National Careers Service website*