CACHE Level 3 Children and Young People's Workforce Diploma

CACHE Level 3 Children and Young People's Workforce Diploma

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Perfect preparation for the world of work - our vibrant core textbook for Level 3 CYPW, published exclusively in partnership with CACHE. We know that working with children is a challenging and responsible job. That's why we have worked in partnership with CACHE, the specialist Child Care awarding body, to produce this textbook for the Level 3 CYPW Diploma. This partnership means you can be sure that you are getting the most expert and up-to-date help and advice. - The CACHE partnership means you can trust the content and know that it covers everything you need for the course. - Full-colour, simple navigation and beautiful photographs - this book is easy and enjoyable to read. - Case Studies help you to connect your work placements to theory. - Assessment Practice, developed with CACHE, helps you achieve your best.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 496 pages
  • 214 x 277 x 24mm | 1,350g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 55 line drawings; 60 photos
  • 1444117998
  • 9781444117998
  • 159,401

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This book is absolutely essential to anyone studying for the Diploma in Young People's Workforce. Amazing layout and information. Very relevant for referencing in the future post-Diploma. Amazon reviewer I would highly recommend it to anyone on the course. It is worth every penny. Amazon reviewer I would say this book is utterly crucial to anybody on the course Amazon reviewer

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About Tina Bruce

Tina Bruce CBE, Carolyn Meggitt and Teena Kamen are bestselling Child Care and Early Years authors who have helped hundreds of thousands of students to gain their first qualification in the sector. Tina is also Honorary Professor at Roehampton University and a leading international expert on early childhood. Julian Grenier is Early Years Adviser to Tower Hamlets council in London and is headteacher of a nursery school and children's centre. He has written extensively for various publications including Nursery World and has been involved in government advisory panels. He currently blogs at

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