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Hi! Are you looking for a qualification to help you rise the ladder in Early Years Education (EYE)? See information on our Early Years Train the Trainer and Early Years Assessor courses.

How to become an Early Years Educator?

To become an Early Years Teacher Trainer you must do a teaching qualification in addition to your Early Year Education training. We recommend the Level 3 Award in Education and Training course which will enable you to teach courses upto level 3, such as the Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Workforce. The Level 3 AET qualification requires you to record a 15-min microteach session which your tutor will review in order to check your work practice within a classroom. This course is the first step to get into teaching and therefore requires no prior or current experience so is an ideal entry into teacher training in your sector.

You can also opt for The Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training. This Level 4 CET qualification enables you to teach courses such as the Level 4 Certificate for the Early Years Advanced Practitioner. The L4 CET course requires you to practice 30 teaching hours while you are enrolled in the course.

How do I become an Early Years Assessor?

If you are interested in becoming an early years assessor, then we recommend the Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) course which is also known as the Lead Assessor Certificate TAQA. It will qualify you to become an assessor for NVQ / RQF learners as well as Early Years apprentices. 

How much does an Early Year Educator earn?

  • Level 3 Nursery Practitioner (£8.36 - £9 an hour)
  • Reception Teacher role in Westminster (£160 - £200 per day)
  • Children's Care Assistant (£17332 - £20933 a year)
  • Early Years Educator (£16142.43 - £17472.5 a year)
  • Level 3 Early Years Educator (£23000 - £26000 a year)

How do I become an Internal Verifier for EYE?

If you think you have enough experience and knowledge to become an Early Years sector internal verifier, you should opt for the  L4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment. This course will allow you to internally verify the work of assessors in your subject specialism.

The IQA course requires you to access the work of at least 2 other assessors. If you do not have access to any assessors,  you should opt for the IQA theory-only unit.  Doing the theory only will not require practical work as an IQA but at the same time will give you and your employer confidence in your knowledge of IQA practices.

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