Children and Young People’s Workforce Intermediate Apprenticeship at BOCK Consultancy & Personnel Development Limited
This pathway is intended to provide you with a good starting point within the sector, working under supervision (e.g. pre-school assistant,
nursery assistant), however it is expected that learners will progress, either onto the Advanced Apprenticeship pathway or onto the L3 Diploma for the Children and Young People’s Workforce as a stand-alone qualification. This will ensure that, as practitioners,
you meet the appropriate level of competency, as determined by regulatory requirements.
Progression to L3 or Advanced Apprenticeship will also enable you to move to higher levels of work or enable you to work unsupervised, e.g. Nursery supervisor, nursery manager, pre-school manager, child minder, foster carer. This pathway also provides a good opportunity for you to move across the wider children’s workforce, should you wish to do so in future.
You will work with your employer during the week and attend a 1 day a week knowledge workshops where you will learn:
1. Introduction to Duty of Care for Health, Social Care or Children and Young People’s Settings – L2 (1 credit)
2. Understand Child and Young Person Development – L3 (4 credits)
3. Understand How to Safeguard the Welfare of Children and Young People – L3 (3 credits)
4. Understand How to Support Positive Outcomes for Children and Young People – L3 (3credits)
5. Understand the Speech, Language and Communication Needs of Children and Young People with Behavioural, Social or Emotional Difficulties – L3 (3 credits)
6. Understand the Needs of Children and Young People who are Vulnerable and Experiencing Poverty and Disadvantage – L4 (5 credits)
7. First Aid
Learners considering this framework should have an interest in working with children and should be suitable to do so as it is a requirement
to undergo an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check.
There are no formal qualification entry requirements in order to access the framework at Levels 2 or 3, but learners must complete Key Skills/Functional Skills qualification including ICT as well as Personal Learning and Thinking Skills and a First Aid certificate, in order to successfully complete the framework
Early Years Worker/Nursery Assistant: working under supervision within an early learning/childcare setting, usually caring for young children, e.g. pre-school, child-minder, nursery, crèche
Care Worker/Assistant: working under supervision with children aged 0-19yrs in a social care setting
Assistant Youth Support & Community Worker: working under supervision with young people in a youth/community setting
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact BOCK Consultancy & Personnel Development Limited directly.