PACEY – #ChangedALife – supporting recruitment in the early years and childcare sector
This digital campaign launched recently by PACEY aims to showcase the impact that a professional has on a child and the opportunity this sector creates for people to start their own business, build skills, become part of a team and enjoy a varied and rewarding career path.
Careers in Childcare
Working in the childcare sector can be challenging but also extremely rewarding. Some of the benefits include having the opportunity to teach something new to children and seeing them develop from babies to young people. You will build amazing relationships and have the opportunity to earn money from doing something you enjoy. The hours can be really flexible and the joy of seeing children’s faces when they have achieved a new skill is priceless.
Reasons to work in childcare:
1. The opportunity to teach something new.
2. Seeing children develop from babies to young people.
3. Build relationships.
4. A chance to earn money from doing something you enjoy.
5. Flexible hours to fit in around family commitments.
6. Seeing the children’s faces when they have achieved a
Why not become a childminder?
This short video talks about all the benefits of becoming a childminder, hears from those who have changed their career and why it might be an option for you. Our PLEYSS porgramme has a training pathway focused on childminding and it will give you a great start to a career for this area, plus it include PACEY membership.
Careers in Childcare leaflet
This is a really useful document that explores the opportunities in the childcare and early years sector, the different roles, skills and funding available.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is offering unemployed and low-paid Londoners the chance to retrain for free to secure qualifications and good jobs in a range of industries including hospitality, digital, health and the green economy.
EYFS stands for Early Years Foundation Stage and is the standard set for education, teaching, learning and care of 0 to 5-year-olds. It was introduced as part of the 2006 Childcare Act and must be followed by all Ofsted registered settings and childminders. A recent revision includes the promotion of ‘good oral health’ for children