- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
36.00 per week
- Working Week
Apprentices are required to be as flexible as possible to meet the needs of the business. The average working week will be between 30-40 hours, Monday to Friday. Shifts TBC
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
Early years practitioner
- Employment Type
Intermediate Level Apprenticeship
MY FIRST FRIENDS BROMSGROVE LIMITED
Description of Opportunity
Your classroom days will be based in Birmingham (1 to 2 days a week) and your main apprenticeship work will be done in a nursery local to you.
For more information about this vacancy please contact Amy
email@example.com - LEAPING MAN LEARNING LIMITED (Ref ID: VAC001786246)
Strong inter-personal and communication skills
Creative, imaginative and willing to get stuck in
Patience and a caring nature
Successful applicants will:
Have grade C/4 or above in English and maths GCSE (or equivalent), or Functional Skills Level 2
Be able to attend our training Academy in Birmingham for your 26 classroom-based days
Applicants should have a desire to develop and enhance their childcare skills whilst working in a supportive nursery setting. This role is ideal for anybody who has a genuine passion for working with children and that is keen to learn and progress in their own professional development. The successful applicant will be a positive role model and enthusiastic individual.
You will need to attend our Training Academy in Birmingham City Centre for 18 days out of your whole apprenticeship, for your classroom-based learning and will be working within the nursery for the rest of the time with the support of your dedicated childcare assessor.
During the Intermediate Apprenticeship in childcare, you will have access to excellent training and development opportunities within the role, with the potential to progress on the Advanced Diploma, Level 3 Apprenticeship Early Years Educator.
Independently owned, My First Friends provides children from 6 weeks to school age with secure and homely surroundings and offers many opportunities for them to flourish under the careful guidance of highly qualified and caring staff.
Our aim is to help children build a foundation for life - by developing confidence, good social skills and an inquisitive and enquiring mind. We support children to foster their innate creativity and ingenuity and encourage them to interact with their peers and grow in self-assurance - so that by the time they attend school, they are independent and confident individuals.
The nursery itself is a converted Victorian court house, with each area within the nursery catering for different activities and specific age groups. We’ve even created soft areas for afternoon naps, and dedicated baby areas for our youngest members.