Start your career in early years and playwork

Surrey County CouncilStart your career in early years and playwork

Thinking about working with children? It can be a challenging job but also hugely varied, rewarding and fun so we think you’ve made a fantastic choice!

Here at Surrey Early Years and Childcare Service, we can support you at every stage of your career with free advice and funded training. It doesn’t matter where you’re starting from, there’s a way into early years or playwork for you.

CareersbannerYou can search and apply for jobs by using the Universal Jobmatch service. This is a free online service available to everyone looking for work.

Career events – working with children and young people

Get some careers advice face to face and come and explore your options at one of our career events.

Career in Childcare Guide

Read about the different types of jobs available and the kind of salary you can expect.

How to become a registered childminder

Find out what you need to do to become an Ofsted registered childminder in Surrey.

How to become a registered nanny

Find out what you need to do to become an Ofsted registered nanny.

Qualifications in playwork early education and childcare

Find out about the qualifications you could do including apprenticeships and Early Years Teacher and if you could be eligible for any funding.

Volunteering opportunities in early years and playwork

Find an early years or playwork setting in Surrey who take volunteers and see if you could be eligible for some funding towards a qualification.

Men in playwork early education and childcare (MiPEC)

Watch our films of men already doing the job in Surrey and find out why working with children is not just a job for women.

 

For more information please visit Surrey’s website

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About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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