Students to return to the college campus - Y12 11th March / Y13 12th March
The Education and Childcare T-Level course is for students who wish to progress into skilled employment or higher-level technical training or study in the education and childcare sector.
You will complete a Level 3 Technical Qualification in Education and Childcare with a specialism in Early Years Education and Childcare. This aims to develop your knowledge in building relationships with children and young people aged 0-19 years to support and promote their development.
Included alongside the technical qualification is the completion of an industrial placement consisting of two days a week, working with children and young people learning the necessary knowledge, skills and behaviour to work successfully in this industry. Successful completion of this will award you with a license to work as an Early Years Practitioner, alongside the achievement of a T-Level.
• The wider education context
• Child development
• Supporting education
• Safeguarding health and well-being
• Observation and assessment
• Equality and Diversity
• Special educational needs and disability
• English as an additional language
• Parents families and carers
• Working with others
• Reflective practice
There are three main progression routes following the completion of T Levels. Following the completion of the T level in Education and Childcare you may go on to:
Skilled employment within the Education and Childcare sector inclusive of roles as an Education and Childcare assistant – Early years Educator or within education roles such as a Learning Mentor.
Higher Level apprenticeships at Level 4 and above which may progress you into careers such as an Assessor in education.
Higher Education as UCAS points have been awarded to T-Levels, progression routes onto Higher Educational pathways include education and childcare relevant Foundation Degrees and Degrees such as teaching, youth work and early years studies.
At least two 5s and three 4s at GCSE including at least a 4 in English Language and Maths.
NOTE: Completion of a Disclosure and Barring Service Application (DBS) is compulsory as gaining work experience with a range of vulnerable client groups is an essential requirement of this course.