Who are CACHE?
June 1, 2020
Who are CACHE?
CACHE are the Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education (CACHE) qualifications are the UK’s leading provider of vocational qualifications for those working in the care and education sectors.
CACHE offers a wide range of vocational qualifications suitable for individuals involved in early years education, childcare, and health and social care. All CACHE qualifications are divided into five different levels, ranging from Level 1 (entry level) to Level 5 (for experienced professionals).
Are CACHE qualifications industry recognised?
CACHE qualifications are recognised across the education and care industry and they are amongst the most well known and respected qualifications.
All CACHE courses lead to a nationally recognised Ofqual regulated qualification and are accredited on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).
What makes CACHE qualifications different?
They work closely with employers and learners to ensure that students have a progression route whether it’s into a career or university.
These qualifications have helped millions of people obtain the skills and knowledge they need to gain those all-important professional standards required in the nursing, teaching and health care industries.
“We have to ensure that learners who complete our qualification will have employability and a progression route, either into employment or onto university.” – Julie Hyde, CACHE Associate Director
Over 1000 training providers in the UK and abroad use CACHE qualifications, which has made them the awarding organisation of choice in care, health and education for learners and employees.
With the CACHE syllabus developed with help from experts, this makes them the number one qualification to have on your CV when applying for jobs in this sector.
If you’re looking to get into childcare, education or health and social care, take a look at the range of CACHE courses we offer through distance learning.