Standalone Childcare Courses

Apprenticeship route not for you? Find out more about our standalone Childcare courses.

Short Courses

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Apprenticeships

Specialist Provider Across Hampshire

Our Delivery Partners

The Education and Skills Funding Agency award us funding for the delivery of Apprenticeships, Traineeships, and standalone sub aims. The ESFA brings together the former responsibilities of the Education Funding Agency (EFA) and Skills Funding Agency (SFA) to create a single agency accountable for funding education and skills for children, young people and adults.

The National Apprenticeships Service is part of the Education and Skills Funding Agency, and is a government agency that coordinates Apprenticeships in England, enabling young people to enter the skilled trades.

Eastleigh College is the 3rd largest college provider of Apprenticeships in England, in terms of funding. We are very fortunate to be a delivery partner for Eastleigh via our Apprenticeships, Traineeships, and AEB funding for standalone qualifications.

 

HTP Training are a training provider based on the Isle of Wight with some delivery on the mainland. We subcontract with HTP to deliver Childcare Apprenticeships here in Hampshire.

 

NCFE/CACHE are our main Awarding Body for Apprenticeships and sub aims including Functional Skills. With a wealth of experience and resources, they are the experts in vocational achievement and are our partner of choice to deliver with.

ForSkills are a part of NCFE specialising in Functional Skills. We work with ForSkills for our Initial Assessments and Diagnostics.

Nuco are our Awarding Body for Paediatric First Aid and Safeguarding Level 3, offering a huge range of support materials, high-quality training resources, and comprehensive courses.

OneFile is our e-Portfolio of choice. With it’s innovative and easy-to-use interface, learners and employers are able to have complete control over individual programmes and progress. Check out our information page on OneFile here.

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Honor-Based Violence

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Equality and Diversity Newsletter – March 2019

Equality and Diversity in the news The latest Women in Work index shows that the UK is improving gender equality in the workplace and it is now ranked 13th out of 33 countries. This is a 4-place improvement since 2000. If the UK were able to match Sweden’s level of...

Equality and Diversity Newsletter – February 2019

Equality and Diversity in the news 300 Parents have protested equality lessons at a Community School in Birmingham. The “No Outsiders” lessons cover areas such as disability, gender, religion/belief and sexual orientation. It aims to teach children about the Equality...

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Almost all our apprentices have to sit at least one functional skills exam with us, and this can seem extremely daunting. However, making sure that you are well prepared if the first step to success. The first steps When completing a Showcase Training Apprenticeship,...

Chinese New Year 2019

Today marks Chinese New Year, celebrated by over 20% of the world's population. The holiday marks the coming of Spring, bringing with it new beginnings, fresh starts, and crops. Traditionally, it is a ceremonial day to pray to gods for good luck and a good planting...

Equality and Diversity Newsletter – January 2019

Equality and Diversity in the news A women-only fellowship at Oxford University has been opened to men for the first time since it started in the 1930’s. The administrators at Oxford said that the fellowship has breached equality law. The Joanna Randall-MacIver Junior...

Habit Building

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Merry Christmas 2018

With Christmas just around the corner, Showcase would like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a happy new year! This year has been full of exciting changes and achievements for us and our learners, and we are really looking forward to what 2019 brings. In...

Equality and Diversity Newsletter – December 2018

In this issue: • E+D in the news • Prevent Duty • Safeguarding • Mental Health • Featured Topic Equality and diversity is so much more than just “treating everyone the same” … Equality and diversity enhances everyday life and simple changes to normal activities can...