Which Qualifications can I find help with online? – SEND: The graduated approach, the continuous approach cycle and assessment

 

 

Whether you’re trying to find ways to deliver learning to your students remotely, or you’re currently studying and trying to find ways to stay up to date (or even get ahead!) with your learning whilst schools and colleges are closed, things are difficult for everyone at the moment.

Our subject specialist team have looked at some of our qualifications and mapped the resources available in CACHE Alumni, to help offer some support.

You might choose to ask your students to take our short e-learning courses (non-regulated and not graded) for knowledge, or you may wish to set tasks based on these activities after completing them yourself.

Our articles make a good basis for professional discussion and are a good ‘starting point’ for research, portfolio work around different topics and can support the embedding of skills and knowledge already obtained in class.

Please use this list to find support around E-Safety for the qualifications and let us know if there are other modules, courses or qualifications you’d like us to map to the online resources that we already have. Similarly, we’re working on new content to support knowledge across a range of areas, so if there’s an area of learning you’d particularly like to see articles, webinars or e-learning around, please let us know by contacting us at [email protected]

Topic  Qualification  Existing resources/materials
 SEND: The graduated approach, the continuous approach cycle and assessment  NCFE CACHE Level 3 Award for Special Educational Needs Coordinators in Early Years Settings (603/3476/9)  The Graduated Approach Cycle – E learning material on CACHE Alumni
   NCFE CACHE Level 4 Award in Special Educational Needs and Disability (Send) Leadership and Management in the Early Years (603/4888/4)  Music Making – The Potential Impact for a Child with Special Educational Needs – https://www.cachealumni.org.uk/article/music-makingthe-potential-impact-for-a-child-with-special-educational-needs-ryan-humphrey/
   NCFE CACHE Level 2 Diploma for the Early Years Practitioner (603/3723/0)  Children’s speech and language – https://www.cachealumni.org.uk/article/childrens-speech-and-language-stephanie-moriarty/
   NCFE CACHE Technical Level 3 Diploma in Early Years Education and Care (Early Years Educator) (601/8438/3)  Dyslexia – the facts – https://www.cachealumni.org.uk/article/dyslexia-the-facts-andi-lee-smart/
   NCFE CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator) (601/2629/2)  My Dyslexic Journey – https://www.cachealumni.org.uk/article/my-dyslexic-journey-andi-lee-smart/
   NCFE CACHE Technical Level 3 Diploma in Childcare and Education (Early Years Educator) (601/8437/1)  Don’t tell the pupils of Combe Pafford that they can’t – They’re bound to prove you wrong! – https://www.cachealumni.org.uk/article/dont-tell-pupils-combe-pafford-cant-bound-prove-wrong-janet-king/
   NCFE CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Early Years Education and Care (Early Years Educator)(601/2147/6)  Understanding and Acceptance – Pathological Demand Avoidance – https://www.cachealumni.org.uk/article/understanding-acceptance-pathological-demand-avoidance/
   NCFE CACHE Level 5 Diploma for the Early Years Senior Practitioner (603/3907/X)  Gender Differences in Autism – https://www.cachealumni.org.uk/article/812/
   NCFE CACHE Level 2 Diploma for children’s care, learning and development (Northern Ireland) (603/4723/5)  Autism, A Hidden Disability – https://www.cachealumni.org.uk/article/autism-a-hidden-disability/
   NCFE CACHE Level 3 Diploma for children’s care, learning and development (Wales and Northern Ireland) (501/1024/X)  ABC of Childcare: A is for Additional Needs – https://www.cachealumni.org.uk/article/abc-childcare-anne-rodgers-additional-needs/
   NCFE CACHE Level 3 Extended Diploma for children’s care, learning and development (Wales and Northern Ireland) (600/7093/6)  Achieving Outstanding Practice in EYFS: How to ensure no child is left behind – https://www.cachealumni.org.uk/article/achieving-outstanding-practice-in-the-eyfs-how-to-ensure-no-child-is-left-behind/