The Level 5 Childcare awards are suitable for individuals wishing to work with young children or those already working in childcare and wishing to gain qualifications. Level 5 is considered the baseline qualification and learners must achieve a specific set of 8 modules to obtain a full Major Award.
Each module is considered a minor award and a Component Certificate is given for each one.
At Mayo Abbey Training Centre we run a number of Personal Development courses. Programmes are designed to help individuals in the following areas, Goal achievement, personal communication, time management, self-confidence, career planning and developing as an individual.
Equips the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to ensure that each childs learning, development and well-being is facilitated having regard to the age and stage of development of the child and the child’s cultural context.Learn More
Equips the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to gather information and make informed judgments about work, training and educational opportunities, and gain practice in skills needed to prepare for employment.Learn More
Equips the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence relevant to the theory and practice of child development and learning within early childhood care and education settings (ECCE).Learn More
Equips the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to use the personal resources at their disposal in order to meet the personal and social demands of the learning and working or community environments.Learn More
This award will equip the participant with the knowledge, skill and competence to provide for the health and well-being of children and maintain hygienic, healthy and safe practices and environments in a range of early childhood care and education (ECCI)Learn More
This award will equip the participant with the knowledge, competence and skills in Early Childhood Care and Education Practice to enable the participant to work under direction with children, their families and colleagues within an ECCE settingLearn More