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  • Accreditation by CACHE
  • 100% online learning
  • 5 units
  • 200 guided learning hours

Child Minder: Supporting vulnerable children (CACHE Level 3)

Key Points

  • Understand the impact of poverty and disadvantage on children
  • Learn what interventions can support children
  • Develop the skills needed to support children facing poverty and disadvantage

 

  • Further your childcare career
  • Complete your course online around your existing commitments
  • Qualify within weeks

About your Course

The life chances of our children and young people can be impacted by a number of different factors. Poverty and other disadvantages can affect children’s physical, social and intellectual development. It can stall learning and make it harder for them to communicate well with others.

Not to mention the isolating effects poverty and socio-economic divides can create between children and their peers.

Understanding the challenges that can face young children and what action can be taken, can limit the impact of their circumstances and even prevent the developmental issues that can occur.

Our Child Minder course in Supporting Vulnerable Children will help you to understand the needs of children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage.

The course covers what factors can impact the outcomes life chances of children and young people. You will explore how poverty and disadvantage affect children and young people’s development.

You will also study the importance of early intervention for children and young people who are disadvantaged and vulnerable and what measures are available to support them.

This includes understanding the importance of partnerships in improving outcomes for children and young people who are experiencing poverty and disadvantage. As a future practitioner your role in supporting children and young people who are vulnerable and facing poverty and disadvantage will be a crucial one. This course will give you the skills you need to make a real difference to their lives.

Getting Started

This course provides you with essential insight into some of the major challenges facing children and young people.

Through your studies you will be able to identify children who are in poverty or disadvantaged and know what steps to take. It will help you provide a deeper level of support for the children in your care and potentially avoid any developmental issues that can result.

Upon completion of this course you will also be in a position to take further courses to broaden your knowledge and strengthen your skill set. This will help you to provide a service that parents can be confident in.

The course can also form part of the full CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Children's and Young People's Workforce should you wish to progress onto this.

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is one of the UK’s leading online learning provider. Our courses are designed by subject matter experts to give you the knowledge you need to achieve your goals.

Because all of our courses are online, you can study at a time and place of your choosing. You can login the same day you enrol and all of your course materials will be waiting for you.

You can learn at your own pace so you can complete your course within a matter of weeks!

You will also get the support of a dedicated tutor who can answer any questions you have about the material and will assess your work.

Qualification: CACHE Level 3. Understand the needs of children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage

CACHE

On completion of this course you will receive the CACHE 3 Unit Certificate for Understand the needs of children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage(CYPOP17).

CACHE is the UK's only specialist awarding organisation for the children and adult care sectors. CACHE continue to develop the most up to date and relevant qualifications for the new QCF and work closely with Sector Skills Councils to ensure the highest level of quality and a cutting-edge service to their customers, our learners, and the sector.

Requirements for Entry

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

*You will have access to the course for 12 months only. You can purchase course extensions.

Professional Membership

On completion of this course you will be eligible to join the following Professional Associations(s):

CACHE is the UK's only specialist awarding organisation for the children and adult care sectors, with a portfolio of qualifications ranging from Entry to Level 5. Last year, over 150,000 learners registered with CACHE from over 1000 UK based Centres and overseas.

CACHE is an internationally recognised, specialist Awarding Organisation in the fields of Early Years, Care and Education, and Playwork. An Awarding Organisation is officially recognised and designated by the regulatory authorities to award qualifications in particular subject areas.

CACHE designs courses and qualifications in the care and education of children and young people. CACHE are the UK's only specialist Awarding Organisation to do this. CACHE's courses range from entry level to advanced qualifications for sector professionals.

CACHE continue to develop the most up to date and relevant qualifications for the new QCF and work closely with Sector Skills Councils to ensure the highest level of quality and a cutting-edge service to their customers, our learners, and the sector.

Please click here to visit the CACHE website.

Unit 1: Understand the factors that may impact on the outcomes and life chances of children and young people. 

1.1 Identify the factors that impact on outcomes and life chances for children and young people.

1.2. Explain the critical importance of poverty in affecting outcomes and life chances

1.3. Analyse a strategic national or local policy that has positive impact on outcomes and life chances for children and young people.

1.4. Explain why strategic direction from national and local policy is required to address factors impacting on outcomes and life chances for children and young people.

Unit 2: Understand how poverty and disadvantage affect children and young people’s development. 

2.1. Analyse how poverty and disadvantage may affect children and young people’s:

  • physical development
  • social and emotional development
  • communication development
  • intellectual
  • development
  • learning.

Unit 3: Understand the importance of early intervention for children and young people who are disadvantaged and vulnerable.

3.1. Explain what is meant by both disadvantage and vulnerability.

3.2. Explain the importance of early intervention for disadvantaged and/or vulnerable children and young people.

3.3. Evaluate the impact of early intervention.

Unit 4: Understand the importance of support and partnership in improving outcomes for children and young people who are experiencing poverty and disadvantage.

4.1 Research the policy and guidance impacting on support services at national level, and evaluate how this operates at local level.

4.2. Explain how carers can be engaged in the strategic planning of services.

4.3. Analyse how practitioners can encourage carers to support children and young people’s learning and development.

4.4. Explain how the interface with adult services is structured so that the needs of children and young people whose carers are users of services are taken into account.

Unit 5: Understand the role of the practitioner in supporting children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage. 

5.1. Explain how positive practice with children and young people who are experiencing poverty and disadvantage may increase resilience and self confidence.

5.2. Explain why it is important for practitioners to have high expectations of and ambitions for, all children and young people regardless of their circumstances and background.

5.3. Analyse how and why practitioners should act as agents and facilitators of change in own work setting.

What's Included

  • All study materials
  • Study Guide
  • Full Tutor and Admin support
  • The course fee includes the awarding body registration and certification fee (valued at up to £30.00).
OUR PASS RATE
Teaching and Education
79.3%
(National Average 73.8%)
Child Minder: Supporting vulnerable children (CACHE Level 3)

Key Points

  • Understand the impact of poverty and disadvantage on children
  • Learn what interventions can support children
  • Develop the skills needed to support children facing poverty and disadvantage

 

  • Further your childcare career
  • Complete your course online around your existing commitments
  • Qualify within weeks

About your Course

The life chances of our children and young people can be impacted by a number of different factors. Poverty and other disadvantages can affect children’s physical, social and intellectual development. It can stall learning and make it harder for them to communicate well with others.

Not to mention the isolating effects poverty and socio-economic divides can create between children and their peers.

Understanding the challenges that can face young children and what action can be taken, can limit the impact of their circumstances and even prevent the developmental issues that can occur.

Our Child Minder course in Supporting Vulnerable Children will help you to understand the needs of children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage.

The course covers what factors can impact the outcomes life chances of children and young people. You will explore how poverty and disadvantage affect children and young people’s development.

You will also study the importance of early intervention for children and young people who are disadvantaged and vulnerable and what measures are available to support them.

This includes understanding the importance of partnerships in improving outcomes for children and young people who are experiencing poverty and disadvantage. As a future practitioner your role in supporting children and young people who are vulnerable and facing poverty and disadvantage will be a crucial one. This course will give you the skills you need to make a real difference to their lives.

Getting Started

This course provides you with essential insight into some of the major challenges facing children and young people.

Through your studies you will be able to identify children who are in poverty or disadvantaged and know what steps to take. It will help you provide a deeper level of support for the children in your care and potentially avoid any developmental issues that can result.

Upon completion of this course you will also be in a position to take further courses to broaden your knowledge and strengthen your skill set. This will help you to provide a service that parents can be confident in.

The course can also form part of the full CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Children's and Young People's Workforce should you wish to progress onto this.

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is one of the UK’s leading online learning provider. Our courses are designed by subject matter experts to give you the knowledge you need to achieve your goals.

Because all of our courses are online, you can study at a time and place of your choosing. You can login the same day you enrol and all of your course materials will be waiting for you.

You can learn at your own pace so you can complete your course within a matter of weeks!

You will also get the support of a dedicated tutor who can answer any questions you have about the material and will assess your work.

Teaching and Education
OUR PASS RATE
(National Average 73.8%)
79.3%

Qualification: CACHE Level 3. Understand the needs of children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage

CACHE

On completion of this course you will receive the CACHE 3 Unit Certificate for Understand the needs of children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage(CYPOP17).

CACHE is the UK's only specialist awarding organisation for the children and adult care sectors. CACHE continue to develop the most up to date and relevant qualifications for the new QCF and work closely with Sector Skills Councils to ensure the highest level of quality and a cutting-edge service to their customers, our learners, and the sector.

Requirements for Entry

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

*You will have access to the course for 12 months only. You can purchase course extensions.

Professional Membership

On completion of this course you will be eligible to join the following Professional Associations(s):

CACHE is the UK's only specialist awarding organisation for the children and adult care sectors, with a portfolio of qualifications ranging from Entry to Level 5. Last year, over 150,000 learners registered with CACHE from over 1000 UK based Centres and overseas.

CACHE is an internationally recognised, specialist Awarding Organisation in the fields of Early Years, Care and Education, and Playwork. An Awarding Organisation is officially recognised and designated by the regulatory authorities to award qualifications in particular subject areas.

CACHE designs courses and qualifications in the care and education of children and young people. CACHE are the UK's only specialist Awarding Organisation to do this. CACHE's courses range from entry level to advanced qualifications for sector professionals.

CACHE continue to develop the most up to date and relevant qualifications for the new QCF and work closely with Sector Skills Councils to ensure the highest level of quality and a cutting-edge service to their customers, our learners, and the sector.

Please click here to visit the CACHE website.

Unit 1: Understand the factors that may impact on the outcomes and life chances of children and young people. 

1.1 Identify the factors that impact on outcomes and life chances for children and young people.

1.2. Explain the critical importance of poverty in affecting outcomes and life chances

1.3. Analyse a strategic national or local policy that has positive impact on outcomes and life chances for children and young people.

1.4. Explain why strategic direction from national and local policy is required to address factors impacting on outcomes and life chances for children and young people.

Unit 2: Understand how poverty and disadvantage affect children and young people’s development. 

2.1. Analyse how poverty and disadvantage may affect children and young people’s:

  • physical development
  • social and emotional development
  • communication development
  • intellectual
  • development
  • learning.

Unit 3: Understand the importance of early intervention for children and young people who are disadvantaged and vulnerable.

3.1. Explain what is meant by both disadvantage and vulnerability.

3.2. Explain the importance of early intervention for disadvantaged and/or vulnerable children and young people.

3.3. Evaluate the impact of early intervention.

Unit 4: Understand the importance of support and partnership in improving outcomes for children and young people who are experiencing poverty and disadvantage.

4.1 Research the policy and guidance impacting on support services at national level, and evaluate how this operates at local level.

4.2. Explain how carers can be engaged in the strategic planning of services.

4.3. Analyse how practitioners can encourage carers to support children and young people’s learning and development.

4.4. Explain how the interface with adult services is structured so that the needs of children and young people whose carers are users of services are taken into account.

Unit 5: Understand the role of the practitioner in supporting children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage. 

5.1. Explain how positive practice with children and young people who are experiencing poverty and disadvantage may increase resilience and self confidence.

5.2. Explain why it is important for practitioners to have high expectations of and ambitions for, all children and young people regardless of their circumstances and background.

5.3. Analyse how and why practitioners should act as agents and facilitators of change in own work setting.

What's Included

  • All study materials
  • Study Guide
  • Full Tutor and Admin support
  • The course fee includes the awarding body registration and certification fee (valued at up to £30.00).
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