An Introduction to Nannying
For many busy families, childcare, whether in a preschool, nursery or with a childminder or nanny, is essential. But while there’s a large demand for childcare providers, parents need to know that the person they are leaving in charge of their chil...
Being trusted to look after someone else’s children is a big deal, and while family, friends and older siblings are often the first port of call, there are many occasions when parents may need to expand their support network and hire a professional...
CACHE Endorsed The Prevent Duty
Prevent is designed to help professionals understand their specific roles and responsibilities when it comes to identifying and taking action with regard to people who are at risk of, or who already have been radicalised and are supporting or getting...
Caring for the Children in the Home
The course starts with the Introduction to Nannying which has been developed in association with the British Association of Professional Nannies. The module will explore the role and responsibilities of a professional nanny, the main elements of work...
From the moment of conception, a child’s development begins. From that point on, it’s the combination of genetics and environmental influences that will help to shape who a child becomes.
Communication and the Early Years Foundation Stage
Communication and language is one of the key areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), which is designed to aid development in the under-fives and prepare them for school. This online short course is tailored to educate childcare workers abou...
Developing Children's Numeracy
The ability to understand and work with numbers is a key skill for people at every stage of life. People use mathematical approaches in everything – day-to-day activities, shopping, finance and helping others around us. Numeracy is also a big facto...
Developing the Children In Your Care
High quality early education, childcare and play-work is important to help children get the best start in life in their crucial formative years. These years help children to develop social and learning skills that will support them throughout their l...
Early Years – Your Responsibilities
During this course you will learn about multiple key responsibilities and roles that you will undertake when assisting in the development of children in their early years. Cultural awareness is a raw subject in today’s society.
Effective Supervision in the Early Years
Explore the importance of supervision, and why it is required within any early years setting, with this in-depth course. Staff that are well-supervised are proven to perform better, with fewer concerns raised by parents, fewer recorded complaints and...
Fundamental British Values in the Early Years
This CACHE endorsed learning programme will teach you the four fundamental British values, as well as teaching you how to pass this on and to implement this in a childcare or teaching environment.
With the relevant legislation and statutory guidance in place, in the form of the EYFS framework, practitioners can learn to help every child reach their full potential, and have an excellent start in life, no matter what their circumstance.