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Caring for Children (CACHE) Level 1 Diploma

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CACHE Diploma in Caring for Children – Level 1

If you are a parent or have worked with children, then you understand that caring for them during their crucial stage in life development is an enriching, rewarding responsibility. You also understand that caring for children gives you flexibility in your life schedule that a '9 to 5' job role does not allow.

About our CACHE Course in Caring for Children

This child care course builds an understanding of the essential knowledge and skills needed to care for children. It covers children's growth, learning and development, and also includes units to build self-development.

This course is suitable for anyone wishing to, or already working in child care, as well as anyone wanting to develop parenting and life skills.

This course is listed on the QCF (QRN: 501/1015/9) and will award you 37 credits upon successful completion.

What Could I Do After Completing This Course in Caring for Children?

The child care sector offers a wide variety of flexible job opportunities. If you wish to build your career in caring for children, you could continue your child care training courses to become a child minder, nursery nurse, play worker and more. This course is ideal for building a foundation of knowledge before moving on to further training or moving towards work.

 

Modules

This course includes the following lessons:

Unit 1:

CFC 13: Sharing learning experiences with children

CFC 14: Growth and development of young children

CFC 15: Human growth and development

Unit 2:

CFC 9: Respecting and valuing children

CFC 10: Children's play and leisure activties in the community

CFC 16: Preparing for your next steps

Unit 3:

CFC 17: Supporting babies to play

CFC 21: Science activities for young children

CFC 22: Technology activities for young children

Unit 4: 

CFC 23: Musical activities for young children

CFC 24: Practical health and safety when with young children

CFC 25: Finding out about Forest Schools

Unit 5:

CFC 26: Craft activities for young children

CFC 27: Understanding learning and development through play

HL1: Healthy living

Unit 6:

CFC 20: Healthy eating for families

CFC 1: Confidence building for the young child through play

CFC 2: Listening to and talking with a young child

 

For a more detailed syllabus, please view this Caring for Children Syllabus.

Requirements

There are no requirements of eligibility to enrol on this course.

CACHE Diploma in Caring for Children – Level 1

If you are a parent or have worked with children, then you understand that caring for them during their crucial stage in life development is an enriching, rewarding responsibility. You also understand that caring for children gives you flexibility in your life schedule that a '9 to 5' job role does not allow.

About our CACHE Course in Caring for Children

This child care course builds an understanding of the essential knowledge and skills needed to care for children. It covers children's growth, learning and development, and also includes units to build self-development.

This course is suitable for anyone wishing to, or already working in child care, as well as anyone wanting to develop parenting and life skills.

This course is listed on the QCF (QRN: 501/1015/9) and will award you 37 credits upon successful completion.

What Could I Do After Completing This Course in Caring for Children?

The child care sector offers a wide variety of flexible job opportunities. If you wish to build your career in caring for children, you could continue your child care training courses to become a child minder, nursery nurse, play worker and more. This course is ideal for building a foundation of knowledge before moving on to further training or moving towards work.

 

Modules

This course includes the following lessons:

Unit 1:

CFC 13: Sharing learning experiences with children

CFC 14: Growth and development of young children

CFC 15: Human growth and development

Unit 2:

CFC 9: Respecting and valuing children

CFC 10: Children's play and leisure activties in the community

CFC 16: Preparing for your next steps

Unit 3:

CFC 17: Supporting babies to play

CFC 21: Science activities for young children

CFC 22: Technology activities for young children

Unit 4: 

CFC 23: Musical activities for young children

CFC 24: Practical health and safety when with young children

CFC 25: Finding out about Forest Schools

Unit 5:

CFC 26: Craft activities for young children

CFC 27: Understanding learning and development through play

HL1: Healthy living

Unit 6:

CFC 20: Healthy eating for families

CFC 1: Confidence building for the young child through play

CFC 2: Listening to and talking with a young child

 

For a more detailed syllabus, please view this Caring for Children Syllabus.

Requirements

There are no requirements of eligibility to enrol on this course.

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