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This is a career for people who want to provide children with a challenging and stimulating environment which is also educational and caring. Within Childcare, Play work is a separate skill area for people who want to provide a play environment which is stimulating, creative and rewarding for children aged between 4 and 16 years. While genuinely caring about children, you need to have good communication skills and must be able to work as part of a team. You should also have lots of energy and a good sense of humour, with plenty of imagination and creative ideas.

All children need to play and have a right to play regardless of their background and circumstances. Trained play worker have an important role to play in enabling children to create and explore their own play experiences. A play worker will be able to work with all children, understand when a child needs sociable or solitary play and will offer a range of organised activities, creative play and outdoor games, and, above all, provide children with a safe place to play and an environment that allows them to be themselves. Play work is suitable for anyone working with children aged 4 to 16 years within an ‘out of school’ setting (i.e. after school or holiday club).

Mandatory Units
  • Contribute to positive relationships in the play setting
  • Support children and young people’s play
  • Contribute to the health and safety of the play environment
  • Contribute to the work of your team
  • Deal with accidents and emergencies
  • Support the protection of children from abuse
Optional Units
  • Contribute to children an young people’s healthy eating and personal hygiene
  • Escort and supervise children outside the play setting
 
 
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