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Childrens and Young Peoples Workforce - CACHE Level 3 Diploma at Chichester College

Course description

This course is designed to develop the advanced skills, knowledge and performance of teaching support staff in schools. Taught subjects include: • Relationships, • Supporting & Assessing Learning, • Literacy & Numeracy, • Inclusion & Special Needs, • Health & Safety, • Professional Practice. You will be assessed by a College Assessor, who mentors and guides you, providing meaningful feedback on your practice enabling you to develop within your role.

Course content

Child development Health and Safety Safeguarding Equality and Diversity Professional Development and reflective practice.

The course is delivered using a blended approach, combining taught sessions and assessment in the workplace.

Entry requirements

A recommended 6 months practice in the workplace is required, to ensure the level of competence can be evidenced in the portfolio.

Assessment

Assessment will take place in the workplace, with a dedicated Assessor, a portfolio of evidence will be collated over the period of learning.

Financial information

For all fee details please refer to the Chichester College website.

Future opportunities

Candidates can progress to supervisory roles, such as Team
Leader or lone worker as family support worker.

Further information

Throughout the course, you will be supported in the work place by an
Assessor. In class a variety of technology is used to facilitate
teaching, learning and assessment. You will be enrolled on to Chionline
which will provide further support for all students.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chichester College directly.

Last updated date: 11 April 2016
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    • Chichester is our main campus; right in the heart of the city, with lovely views of the Cathedral, across beautiful areas of parkland. Although relatively small, Chichester still has all the entertainment facilities you’d expect from much larger cities, such as cinemas, a leisure/sports centre, swimming pool, golf courses, a bowling alley, sports clubs, galle