NCFE CACHE Level 3 Award For Special Educational Needs Coordinators In Early Years Settings
This Level 3 Award is ideal for practitioners who envisage or currently have careers in such areas as healthcare, social work, nursing, counselling, early years and teaching or for pracitioners who already hold an Early Years Educator Level 3 and are looking to further their Continuing Professional Development.
Our qualified and experienced tutors and assessors will guide you every step of the way, giving you the skills to excel and progress.
Gain a Level 3 Award For Special Educational Needs Coordinator in Early Years Settings awarded by NCFE CACHE.
Learn while you continue to work, our tutors will work around your employers needs.
Full support from our tutors and assessors, as well as access to our online ePortfolio.
During this qualification you will explore the roles and responsibilities of the Special Educational Needs Coordinator in an early years setting; understand the strategies and techniques for supporting children and their families and increase knowledge of SEN codes of practice. On completion of the course you will receive the industry recognised Level 3 Award For Special Educational Needs Coordinators In Early Years Settings from NCFE CACHE.
This Level 3 award is split into two main units: the first, Roles and responsibilities of the Special Educational Needs
Coordinator in the Early Years and the second Strategies and techniques for supporting children and families.
This qualification is not currently funded by the ESFA so please get in touch for an up to date cost to undertake this qualification.
This L3 award doesn’t have entry requirements, although we recommend that you have some relevant experience within a nursery or early years setting.
If you are unsure, we would recommend getting in touch with us and one of our helpful recruitment team can discuss the qualifications with you and find one that fits your requirements.
All of our qualifications have excellent progression opportunities, once this apprenticeship has been completed, progression Upon achievement of this qualification, learners will be able to progress to higher learning in Special Education Needs and other relevant sectors. – our tutors and assessors will help you every step of the way.