Early Years Level 3 Apprenticeship - Little Nutkins

SOPHIE NATALIE DEWAR

Henley-in-Arden, B95 5BA

Closes in 5 days (Tuesday 30 July)

Posted on 22 February 2024


Summary

Already level 2 qualified or have at least 6 months experience? We want you! This is a great position for someone passionate to progress to level 3. The role will involve planning and delivering fun and educational activities for children, whilst taking care of the children’s developmental and personal needs.

Annual wage
£12,480 a year

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The pay may be negotiated and may rise after a probation period has been successfully completed.

Training course
Early years educator (level 3)
Hours
Monday -Friday, shifts to be determined.

37 hours a week

Possible start date

Tuesday 6 August

Duration

1 Year 6 Months

Positions available

1

Work

As an apprentice, you’ll work at a company and get hands-on experience. You’ll gain new skills and work alongside experienced staff.

What you’ll do at work

  • Level 3 Early Years Educator apprenticeship standard, which includes:
  • Level 3 Early Years Educator Diploma
  • Level 2 Functional Skills in maths and English (if required)
  • End-Point Assessment (EPA)
  • On the job training
  • Early years educator

Where you’ll work

Little Nutkins, 1 Henley Court, High Street

Henley-in-Arden

B95 5BA

Training

An apprenticeship includes regular training with a college or other training organisation. At least 20% of your working hours will be spent training or studying.

College or training organisation

ASPIRATION TRAINING LIMITED

Your training course

Early years educator (level 3)

Equal to A level

Course contents
  • Recognise when a child or a colleague is in danger or at risk of abuse and act to protect them in line with safeguarding policy and procedure.
  • Apply legislation, policy and procedure to protect the health, safety and wellbeing of children in the setting (for example, food safety, diets, starting solid food, allergies, COSHH, and accidents, injuries, and emergencies).
  • Apply the principles of risk assessment and risk management within documentation and practice.
  • Teach children to develop skills to manage risk and maintain their own and others safety.
  • Use a range of communication methods, including technology, with other professionals to meet the individual needs of the child.
  • Develop and maintain effective professional, collaborative relationships with others involved in the education and care of the child.
  • Undertake the role and responsibilities of key person.
  • Recognise and apply theories of attachment to develop effective relationships with children.
  • Provide sensitive and respectful personal care for children from birth to 5 years.
  • Advocate for all children’s needs, including children which require SEND or EAL support.
  • Promote and facilitate children’s interpersonal communication to develop their social interactions and relationships.
  • Support children to develop a positive sense of their own identity and culture.
  • Support children to understand and respond to their emotions and make considered choices about their behaviours.
  • Assess the responsiveness of the environment for effective child-centred experiences in line with curriculum requirements.
  • Create inclusive, child-centred, dynamic, innovative, and evolving physical environments both indoors and outdoors.
  • Create inclusive and supportive emotional environment that enables the child to feel safe, secure, respected and experience a sense of wellbeing; maintaining and prioritising the individual child’s voice.
  • Apply strategies that support children’s ability to manage change, transition, and significant events.
  • Analyse observation evidence to assess and plan holistic individual learning based on a comprehensive understanding of the child’s needs and interests.
  • Facilitate and support child-centred opportunities and experiences based on the setting's curriculum and pedagogy.
  • Provide adult led opportunities and experience based on the setting's curriculum and pedagogy.
  • Use reflection to develop themselves both professionally and personally.
  • Your training plan

    This training plan has not been finalised. Check with this employer if you’ll need to travel to a college or training location for this apprenticeship.

    Requirements

    Desirable qualifications

    GCSE or equivalent in:

    • Maths (grade 4-9)
    • English (grade 4-9)

    Let the company know about other relevant qualifications and industry experience you have. They can adjust the apprenticeship to reflect what you already know.

    Skills

    • Communication skills
    • Team working

    Other requirements

    If you are using public transport to get to this employer, please ensure you have researched the route and that a regular service is available.

    About this company

    ​Little Nutkins in Henley in Arden is a 51 place nursery registered GOOD with Ofsted. They offer flexible childcare for children aged 3 months to 11 years, they have a safe and professional wrap around club and a fantastic, fun and educational holiday club. Little Nutkins aim is to provide children with high quality care and education. Work in partnership with parents to support children’s learning and development. Work more with the local community and offer children and their parents a service that promotes equality and values diversity.

    After this apprenticeship

    Progression to a higher qualification or full time employment may be available after completing the apprenticeship.

    Ask a question

    The contact for this apprenticeship is:

    ASPIRATION TRAINING LIMITED

    The reference code for this apprenticeship is VAC1000233108.

    Apply now

    Closes in 5 days (Tuesday 30 July)

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