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Education and Childcare: Career Map

Technical occupations: skilled occupations that a college leaver or an apprentice would be entering, that typically require qualifications at levels 2/3.

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Education

Cluster: Early Education and Childcare Assistant
Development of a child’s learning, meeting individual care needs, engaging and supporting parents and carers in guiding a child’s progress at nursey/pre‐school and at home.

  • Early Years Assistant
  • Early Years Educator

Cluster: Primary/Secondary/Tertiary Teaching and Support Assistant Supports the development of a students’ learning skills, behaviours and overall knowledge both one‐to‐one and in a small group.

  • HE Assistant Technician
  • Learning Mentor
  • Teaching Assistant

Higher Technical occupations: require more knowledge and skills acquired through experience in the workplace or further technical education. They typically require qualifications at levels 4/5.

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Education

Cluster: Early Years Education Support Practitioner
Leading the learning, development and care of children (Years 0 to 5) working with colleagues, parents and carers.

  • Early Years Senior Practitioner

Cluster: Teaching Instructor
Instruct, coach and assess a learners’ education and development needs on a one‐to‐one basis. Teaching and instruction is usually a secondary set of skills building upon a vocational or academic subject specialism.

  • Assessor/Coach
  • Learning & Skills Teacher

Professional occupations: occupations where there is a clear career progression from higher technical occupations, as well as those occupations where a degree apprenticeship exists.

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Education

Cluster: Early Years Education Support Professional
Leadership and development of a team of practitioners in the delivery of early years education provision and seeking to improve the quality of the provision.

  • Early Years Lead Practitioner (6)
  • Early Years Lead Teacher (EYTS) (6)

Cluster: Teaching Professional
Develop a learners’ knowledge, skills and behaviours relevant to their stage of progress and subject specialism. Covers the full range of tracking, assessment and support to ensure a learner succeeds in a timely way.

  • Academic Professional: Teaching, Research
  • Teacher

Cluster: Education Support Professional
Advice, guidance and support aimed at progressing the development and welfare of the learner in making key transition decisions ( e.g. from school to FE/HE). Helping to align career goals with academic progression.

  • Careers Adviser