KEEP - The Key Elements of Effective Practice
Explore how this document was written and the research that underpins it. Identify and define the main points of the document and how it relates to the EYFS Statutory Framework. Look at how the KEEP document might relate to your practice and how practitioners might use it to reflect on the practice in their setting.
This course is appropriate for childcare practitioners working in a range of settings.
- You will learn about the 6 Key Elements of Effective Practice
- You will learn the importance of reflecting on your practice
- You will learn that it is important all staff really appreciate that developing their knowledge, skills, and understanding is an essential part of their learning journey
Advantages of this course
- This course looks at the ‘Key Elements of Effective Practice’ (KEEP), which was published by the DfES in 2005 and still has an influence on childcare practice today. This document, which looked at the impact of practitioners on effective practice in early years, found that through initial and on-going training and development, practitioners need to develop, demonstrate and continuously improve their:
Relationships with both children and adults
Understanding of the individual and diverse ways that children develop and learn
Knowledge and understanding in order to actively support and extend children’s learning in and across all areas and aspects of learning
Practice in meeting all children’s needs, learning styles and interests
Work with parents, carers and the wider community
Work with other professionals within and beyond the setting
- The course also looks at other studies into early years provision, which are also useful resources to help practitioners reflect on and develop their practice
- Additional activities encourage you to reflect on your learning
- There is also suggested extended reading that gives both practical information and links to websites to expand knowledge
On successful completion of this course, you will have the option of purchasing a CACHE certificate. This certificate must not be confused with nationally regulated qualification achievement.
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Endorsement statement: CACHE is a trading name of NCFE (registered company number 02896700) and CACHE; Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education; and NNEB are registered trademarks owned by NCFE. These programmes have been reviewed by a Subject Specialist in childcare and are endorsed by CACHE, they are not a regulated qualification.
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