Maria Miller MP officially opened the doors to the new EV Training Centre on Friday 23 October.
This course will equip the learner to become an Advanced
Practitioner; which is an important role model. They will be able to use crucial
leadership skills to mentor others across all roles and responsibilities in the
early year’s workforce, it will challenge them in both daily practice and
They will be provided with an opportunity to build on previous learnt knowledge and understanding of early years practice, and further develop skills
that will promote quality, encourage leadership, prepare for management
responsibilities and allow for growth in coaching and mentoring others.
This Level 4 qualification aims to provide professional development
opportunities for practitioners working in the early year’s workforce at Level
3. This qualification will embrace the wealth of experience of the Level 3
early years workforce and challenge learners in both family practice and
To be awarded this qualification, learners are required to successfully achieve 5 mandatory units.which are:
The Certificate for the Early Years Practitioner is a work-based qualification for those who work in a suitable an Early Years setting. Learners must be 18 or over and hold a level 3 Early Years qualification.
Assessment is by production of a personal portfolio of evidence demonstrating understanding and competence in practice of the learning outcomes of the level 4 certificate. Learners must complete a selection of assignment tasks as part of their evidence.
The learner will be assessed in their workplace by a qualified business trainer/assessor.
Learners who achieve this qualification could progress to a Level 5