Early Years Lead Practitioner Apprenticeship
Early Years Lead Practitioner Apprenticeship
Early Years Lead Practitioner Apprenticeship
Early Years Lead Practitioner Apprenticeship

The purpose of the Level 5 standard is to develop proactive, influential and highly skilled practitioners. Upon completion, apprentices will be equipped to reflect on practice through on-going professional enquiries. Apprentices will be able to demonstrate a range of excellent skills, knowledge, and behaviours within their role as an Early Years Lead practitioner. Apprentices will study and engage with a range of subjects including Leadership and Management, Pedagogy and Theory, Equality Diversity and Positionality, Partnership Working, safeguarding and Health and Wellbeing.

The CACHE level 5 senior practitioner is embedded into the apprenticeship so students will achieve a nationally recognised level 5 senior practitioner qualification which is on the DfE full and relevant list.

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Duration:
18 months Plus End Point Assessment (EPA)
Start date:
2023
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The Level 5 Early Years Lead Practitioner (EYLP) Apprenticeship is a 2 year apprenticeship that is ideal for proactive, influential practitioners, working directly with children.

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The purpose of the Level 5 standard is to develop proactive, influential and highly skilled practitioners. Upon completion, apprentices will be equipped to reflect on practice through on-going professional enquiries. Apprentices will be able to demonstrate a range of excellent skills, knowledge, and behaviours within their role as an Early Years Lead practitioner. Apprentices will study and engage with a range of subjects including Leadership and Management, Pedagogy and Theory, Equality Diversity and Positionality, Partnership Working, safeguarding and Health and Wellbeing.

The CACHE level 5 senior practitioner is embedded into the apprenticeship so students will achieve a nationally recognised level 5 senior practitioner qualification which is on the DfE full and relevant list.

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