- Subject Area
- Health, Care & Wellbeing
- Age Group
(Full Time - 1 )
- Leaflet Code
The Level 2 Technical Certificate in Working with Children in Early Years and Primary Settings has been designed to support learners as they develop their knowledge, understanding and skills when caring for and supporting the learning and development of children aged 0–11 years.
Learners will gain valuable expertise in different areas as some of the topics covered in this course vary from Nutrition to Play and Learning and also topics such as Exploring Legislation and Physical Development giving students a valuable insight into working in a childcare setting.
4 GCSE’s grade 4-9 one of which must be GCSE English or functional skills level 2 in English.
How will I be assessed?
Continuing Your Journey
Upon successful completion of this qualification, learners can go on to take our Level 3 T level in Childcare and Education.Careers page
Fees, Finance & Funding
If you need help with affording college, there are a number of different finance and funding options available to you. You might be eligible for special bursary support or extra help from the government. Have a look at our fees, finance & funding page to find out all the information you need.Fees, finance and funding page
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