Latest Completed Students

Even during uncertain times we’ve had some fantastic news! Training for People that Care had a remote visit from the Awarding Body CACHE and these wonderful students have successfully completed their courses. Congratulations to you all and we wish you success for the future. Take a look at their comments below!

Holly Guite – (No Picture) Owner/Manager Bradley Bar Day Nursery completed Level 3 Award for Special Educational Needs Coordinator in Early Years Settings

“I found the Level 3 SEND course challenging but very interesting. I learnt so much over the duration of the course. Hazel was always on hand to offer advice or guidance when needed. I would strongly recommend this course even to those already familiar with the subject because it is so comprehensive and encourages you to reflect on what you already practice.”

Samantha Walker Senior Practitioner from Helen Hawes P.D.N completed
Level 3 Award for Special Educational Needs Coordinator in Early Years Settings (Pictured above)

“I have thoroughly enjoyed the course and pleased with the amount of knowledge I have acquired; it has helped me so much in my current job role. The help and support throughout the course has been excellent”
Jessica Ellis – Early Years Coordinator – Bradley Bar Day Nursery completed Level 3 Award for Special Educational Needs Coordinator in Early Years Settings (Pictured above)

“I am a Level 6 qualified Early Years Coordinator and I recently completed my Level 3 SEND Course. I was able to reflect on my current practice and make positive changes through what I was learning. I enjoyed the simplicity and organisation of the course, needing to answer pre-set questions to show your understanding with all evidence stored in your own, personal portfolio. This course certainly made me more confident within my role as a SENCO”
Jenny Taylor– Early Years Inclusion Officer – Kirklees Council completed Level 3 Award for Special Educational Needs Coordinator in Early Years Settings (Pictured Above)

“ I found the course really enjoyable, it enabled me to reflect on my current and previous roles, look at legislation and documentation in depth, think about policies and how these impact on the families and children who are at the centre of it all. It has broadened my knowledge and supported my understanding of the work I do every day.
The course online was easy to navigate and being able to do it at my own pace enabled me to balance the course alongside work and other commitments”
Diana Lister – SENCO – Birstall Preschool completed Level 3 Award for Special Educational Needs Coordinator in Early Years Settings (Pictured Above)

“ I became my settings SENCO 18 months ago and the SEND Diploma on Early Years has allowed me to understand and develop the role, enhancing my professional skills and helping me to support the children and their families as well as the staff within setting.”
Karen Eccleston – Nursery Manager – Ravensthorpe Community Centre completed Level 4 Award in Special Educational Needs and Disability, Leadership and Management in the Early Years (Pictured Above)

“This is a great course to support your knowledge and management of SEND practice in your setting. Would highly recommend Hazel and her team”

Nusrat Uddin – Huddersfield (No picture) completed Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services

“I have recently completed the NCFE CACHE Level 5. I would highly recommend this course if you are looking for a higher position in a management team or planning on running your own business.

Hazel provided me with online support and one-to-one support whenever needed and she was always accessible. Her experience, knowledge and guidance has been invaluable. I would highly recommend this course to others.”

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