Develop as a practitioner
A career in education provides an opportunity to empower children and uplift communities. There aren’t many other careers that make it possible to positively impact so many people’s lives, every day. Practitioners themselves should be committed to a lifetime of education, because when they lead by example, their classes will be inspired to discover all the advantages of learning.
Our membership network, CACHE Alumni, has plenty of opportunities for continuing professional development (CPD), helping you achieve your learning and career objectives
We offer a wide variety of CPD opportunities through our portfolio of qualifications, which are short, flexible and help you further develop your practice. These include:
- Level 2 Award in an Introduction to Neuroscience in Early Years
- Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences
- Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Mental Health in the Early Years
- Level 3 Award in Transition to Playwork
- Level 3 Award for the Early Years Child Development Advocate Programme
- Level 4 Certificate in Neuroscience in Early Years
How CACHE qualifications provide advancement opportunities
Paul Lawlor, the University of Cumbria’s outreach officer, didn’t believe that university would be for him after completing his Level 3 qualification. However, he was inspired to pursue higher education – and now he inspires other CACHE learners to do the same.Read more
Reflections on overcoming challenges in SEND provision
Reflections from a secondary school teacher working with pupils with SEND, on overcoming the challenges presented by the pandemic.
Whether you’re entering the profession or an experienced practitioner, explore our resources, top tips and advice that will help you as you progress through your social care career.Find out more
You’ll find supportive articles, news, job ads and more helpful advice as part of our CACHE Alumni community. Membership is free and as a member, you’ll get access to even more exciting features including a discount scheme and community forums.
Creating mentally healthy learning environments
Take a look at our practitioner's guide to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of learners.