Elevate your career with our Skills Bootcamps – Tailored for Early Years (19+) Enroll now and unlock a world of opportunities.

Develop new skills that employers are looking for. They’re a great opportunity to train in a new industry or progress in your current career.

Entry requirements for Skills Bootcamps
You need to be 19 or over to do a Skills Bootcamp. you do not need to have any previous knowledge in the subject. You just need to speak a good level of English and have a willingness to learn.
Certificates you will achieve
First aid Certificate
Certificate of Attendance
Disclosure & Barring Service check

In addition to the certifications the Skills Bootcamps will help you get a job or get a place on a different course that will give you a qualification at the end.
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After your Skills Bootcamp
What topics will I cover?
After you’ve finished your Skills Bootcamp, you’re guaranteed a job interview with an employer.

You could also:
get a new job or apprenticeship
progress in your current job
find new business opportunities if you're self-employed.
Skills Bootcamps in Early Years
What topics will I cover?
Types of abuse including domestic, neglect, physical, emotional and sexual, and know how to act to protect children.

Safeguarding policies and procedures, including child protection and wellbeing.

The principles of risk assessment and management, and how to balance risks and benefits of activities for children.

The legal requirements and guidance on health and safety, security, confidentiality of information, and safeguarding.

How the design, resourcing, and use of the indoor and outdoor physical environment supports children’s learning and development.

Recognise when a child is in danger or at risk of abuse and act to protect them.

Communicate with other professionals to meet the individual needs of the child.

Apply legislation, policy and procedure to protect the health, safety and wellbeing of children in the setting (for example, food safety, allergies, COSHH, and accidents, injuries, and emergencies).

Apply the principles of risk assessment and risk management within documentation and practice.

Confident to have difficult conversations.

Vigilant and act with professional curiosity.

Caring, compassionate and sensitive, responsive to the needs of the children and parents, families or carers.