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There are a number of very rewarding career options dedicated to the care and development of children.

You will study at our Twelve Quays campus with our team of experienced practitioners. They will develop your knowledge and skills to support you throughout your degree programme, which will prepare you for an exciting career in this sector. 

Take a look at our new BA (Hons) Degree in Early Years starting September 18 – late applications welcome.

Course Level Code
CACHE Early Years Advanced Practitioner 4 N100
BA (Hons) Early Years H N104

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Please note, this programme is subject to validation by the University of Chester.

Career Opportunities

These courses equip students with the skills and knowledge to progress into various occupations across this industry.

Career Match can help you find your ideal career, by providing you with current information about wages, employment prospects and the number of job postings across the local area.

Click here to take advantage of this online careers tool

Where are they now?

Victoria Geary

Victoria studied a BTEC Higher National Diploma Advanced Practice in Work with Children and Families level 5 at Wirral Met. She started her career journey working as a teaching assistant and progressed into working with children with high needs on a 1-1 basis at St. Werburghs in Birkenhead. She is now practicing at Somerville Primary School in Wallasey. Victoria said “the theory side of my course has helped with 1-1 teaching as I am able to put research into every day practice."

Where are they now?

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