Training / Courses

Level 3 Early Years Practitioner (Early Years Educator) Qualification

FSN are pleased to be able offer Level 3 Early Years Practitioner (Early Years Educator) accredited qualification training. 
Eligibility criteria
Candidates must hold:
¨ GCSE level C or above in English (or equivalent)
¨ GCSE level C or above in Mathematics (or equivalent)   

Candidates will need to be working in a Nursery setting or may be able to undertake a voluntary placement in one of FSN’s nurseries; St Nicks, Greenway or Silverdale for the duration of the training (subject to relevant checks).

For further information or to book a place on this course please contact:
Jane Dye, Services Manager
Telephone: 01424 855222 (ext 201)
Email: jdye@fsncharity.co.uk
 
Venue: St Nicholas Centre, 66 London Road, TN37 6AS
Course Cost: Available on request
 

 
 
     
 
 

Course Details:

23rd January 2021 — 9th July 2022
1x 6hr session per month (Saturday)
9.30am — 3.30pm

FSN are pleased to be able offer Level 3 Early Years Practitioner (Early Years Educator) accredited qualification training. 
Eligibility criteria
Candidates must hold:
¨ GCSE level C or above in English (or equivalent)
¨ GCSE level C or above in Mathematics (or equivalent)   

Candidates will need to be working in a Nursery setting or may be able to undertake a voluntary placement in one of FSN’s nurseries; St Nicks, Greenway or Silverdale for the duration of the training (subject to relevant checks).

For further information or to book a place on this course please contact:
Jane Dye, Services Manager
Telephone: 01424 855222 (ext 201)
Email: jdye@fsncharity.co.uk
 
Venue: St Nicholas Centre, 66 London Road, TN37 6AS
Course Cost: Available on request
 

 
 
     
 
 

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