Early Years Workforce Level 3
Completing a CACHE Early Years Educator qualification will show that you have been trained to the highest of standards, equipping you with the best early years qualification out there.
This is now the must-have qualification for all those wanting to work with children from birth to five years of age, and will provide you with the licence to practise and the status of being an Early Years Educator. The course is two years long and you will need to attend for one taught session per week and attend a two day work placement in an early years setting.
You will learn through a blended approach of class-based and online learning sessions. You will be visited by an assessor in placement who will observe your practical skills.
Please choose your preferred study option below (subject to change).
This course costs: £2882.00
If the amount shown is more than £0.00 and you are aged 19 and over at the start of the course, you may have options to help fund your studies with us. The funding you can receive depends on your personal circumstances, and could mean you are entitled to fully subsidised or reduced tuition fees.
This course is fully funded for 16-18 year olds (if applicable to the course).
You may also be entitled to support with travel, childcare and equipment.
To find out exactly what you could receive, contact our Helpzone team on 08000 380 123 for a free, impartial appointment, with no commitment necessary.
Debbie is very experienced in early years education having worked in the childcare industry, both in practice and management, for many years. She has a Level 4 qualification in Leadership and Management, Level 4 in Education and Training, and the A1 Assessing qualification. Most recently, she has completed the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training. Debbie is the course manager for the adult’s level 3 Early Years Workforce programme, and assesses students in their work place to support competency and practical skills. She's passionate about promoting professional practice and supporting students on their journey through further education to gain employment in the early years sector.Debbie Shore