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Our guide to child minding courses

Looking to develop or improve your Child Minding skills by trying an Child Minding course for the first time? An Child Minding course will giving you a basic knowledge and understanding of the subject you’re interested in, plus give you the opportunity to learn more about it. There are often courses based on levels of ability, so whether you’re a complete beginner when it comes to knowing about Child Minding or already have some knowledge, there will be a programme suited to your experience. Not only do many courses cost very little to enrol on, but courses like this are usually part-time, meaning you’ll be able to fit learning about Child Minding around your work and social schedule.


Special offers on child minding courses

Child Minder: Supporting vulnerable...

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Price: £436.25 £349.00

Where: Online Course

Child Minder (CACHE Level 3)

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Price: £436.25 £349.00

Where: Online Course

Introduction to Childminding (Level...

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Price: £440.00 £330.00

Where: Distance Learning Course

Awarding organisations for child minding courses

  • Council for Awards in Care, Health & Education
  • Council for Awards in Children's Care and Education
  • CACHE stands for the Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education, and we are the leading specialist Awarding Organisation for the Care and Education Sector. Our core business as an Awarding Organisation is the development of high quality vocational qualifications. We either write the syllabus based on the workforce development strategy for the sector, or develop them jointly with employers. We then develop the assessments which are used to determine if the learners have gained sufficient knowledge and skills from the course to be awarded the qualification.

Related careers: Childminder

Childminders look after children in the childminder's home. Most full-time childminding work is with babies and children under five. Looking after older children before school, after school and during the holidays is common. Childminders cater for the childrens' physical, educational, social and emotional needs by providing a warm, caring environment along with stimulating play and learning activities. They provide activities which encourage learning and development, such as painting and drawing, reading stories and outdoor play. The planning, preparation and...more

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