Daybreak Nurseries Limited

Apprentice Nursery Practitioner - Advanced (Level 3)

Daybreak Nurseries Limited (Employer)

Babcock Training Limited (Training Provider)

Weekly wage £166.00
40.0 hours per week Shifts to be confirmed.
18 months (duration)
10 December 2020(start date)
Early Years Educator (apprenticeship standard)
30 November 2020 (application closing date)
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Job Description

A fantastic opportunity has become available at Sycamore House . They are looking for an Apprentice Nursery Practitioner to join their setting, to fit well within their friendly team and learn skills on the job whilst supporting children’s play, learning & development.

Responsibilities

Have you always wanted to work with children and truly make a difference in the lives of little people? If so, then please read on as we have a fantastic opportunity for an aspiring nursery nurse to join our team in Prospect House and enter into the world of early years education.

We would love you to join our team as we embark on accreditation to 'The Curiosity Approach', promoting awe and wonder in early childhood. This is a unique style of learning for children to be engaged in the joy of doing rather than the end result.

Duties Will include

  • Caring for children
  • Preparing and maintaining environments to meet children's needs
  • Supporting children's play and learning
  • Supporting children's development
  • Adhere to all safeguarding practices
  • Preparing snacks and help with their feeding and cleaning
  • Planning and supervising child initiated and adult led activities
  • Implementing the Early Years Foundation Stage
  • Planning and providing effective teaching and learning in Early Years settings
  • Making accurate and productive use of assessment in Early Years Settings

As an apprentice you will be included on a Level 3 Early Years Educator Apprenticeship, this will involve a Regional Trainer visiting you once a month in the workplace from an award-winning training provider.

What will be involved in your apprenticeship:

  • To undertake a developmental programme leading to an Early Years Qualification as part of an apprenticeship which is achieved within the given timescale
  • To actively participate in your own development plan working through the qualification with the qualification provider and with the nursery setting too
  • To keep your mentor informed of your progress and to raise any concerns or issues 
  • Monthly meeting with a Regional Trainer from Babcock in your workplace to complete your qualification 

If you are excited by this opportunity, please contact us today!

Future Prospects

  • A competitive training salary
  • Ongoing personal and professional development
  • 1 Week shut down at Christmas
  • A great and friendly place to work
  • The support of a very experienced team and Nursery Manager

Reality Check

The Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage guide (ANMW): https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates

Skills Required

  • Nursery work experience is preferable
  • Good Communication
  • Ability to use computer
  • Adaptable
  • The ability to work as part of a team
  • Must be able to follow instructions from the room leader

Qualities Required

  • Holds a passion for education and educating our children
  • Believes in shaping a future for not only the children but themselves
  • Is articulate & friendly
  • Able to commit to the full apprenticeship programme
  • Holds a passion for learning about Childcare and reliable to boot

Qualifications Required

GCSE in maths & English A-C/4-7 or equivalent is preferred but not essential.

Training Provided

  • Level 3 Early Years Educator
  • Functional Skills if required 

Apprenticeship standards are aimed at developing skills within the Apprentices’ chosen career route, each standards has set knowledge, skills and behaviours required to be successful within the job role. This will include the completion of functional skills in maths and English.

Once the apprentice has completed a minimum of 12 months training and the employer and Babcock regional trainer confirm they have met all the requirements of the standard they will be put through to end point assessment. The end point assessment is independent from the training and includes a variety of assessment methods which test the skills and knowledge of the apprentice to ensure they are fully competent in their role.

Each Apprentice will be supported throughout the apprenticeship by a structured programme of teaching, e-learning, face to face training and workplace mentoring; this will encourage and help them to meet the requirements of the new standards and will prepare them for the end of point assessment. 

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