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Level 3 CYPW versus level 3 STL

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Level 3 CYPW versus level 3 STL

Post by lilac2801 on Thu Jun 27, 2013 7:23 pm

I have just completed a level 2 CYPW and I am now in a dilemma as to whether to continue with the level 3, or switch to level 3 STL. The college is happy for me to do so, but I am not sure what to do. I would love to gain employment within a nursery or reception within a school (hence CYPW), but having spent the past year volunteering in a primary school and also a pre-school nursery, I wonder if the CYPW might limit my options if I go for a KS1/KS2 position. Similarly, if I complete level 3 STL and apply for an early years post, would someone with CYPW be preferred? I would really appreciate input. Many thanks.


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Re: Level 3 CYPW versus level 3 STL

Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:22 am

If you are thinking about working primarily in schools then the STL is the way to go and you can have optional units that cover early years so that would be okay for job applications.

Good luck in which route you choose Very Happy Keep us all posted.
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