Playwork and CCPLD Testimonials

Discover our childcare testimonies from employers and apprentices working through Playwork and CCPLD qualifications.

People who work with children have a blend of natural abilities and learned skills.

Our childcare apprenticeships help to draw out qualities that develop a child's education, play, imagination, communication, social skills and so much more. The qualifications are mandatory, but no childcare apprenticeship is the same, thanks to unique delivery methods.

From here, you can discover first-hand TSW's unique take on Playwork and CCPLD. We've spoken to apprentices and their employers to get the full picture of what it's like to study with us, at every level.

Llinos Thomas and Gwenllian Stephens

Gwenllian and Llinos work at a Welsh-speaking nursery based in Carmarthen. Gwenllian has been investing in apprenticeships at her setting for the last five years. Llinos is working towards her Level 5 Management in Childcare qualification with TSW Training. Read Llinos and Gwenllian's story.

Susan Jones

Susan Jones is a Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) and runs an additional learning needs department in a school. She manages 30 TAs. She achieved her Level 5 CCPLD with TSW Training Apprenticeships, paving the way for progression opportunities and accomplishments. Read Susan's story.

Mary Goulty

Mary is a playwork assistant in a childminding provision, working towards her Level 3 Playwork apprenticeship qualifications. She tells us about balancing a busy home and work life, and leaning on the support of her dedicated TA to meet the demands of the apprenticeship. Read Mary's story.

Becci Hull

Becci is a Supervisor in a Montessori nursery. She's an advocate for her team, applying the managerial experience she's gaining in her CCPLD Level 5 to mentor and guide new starters from induction through to the end of their probation. Read Becci's story.

Jess Hill

Jess has completed her Playwork Level 3 and 5 apprenticeship with TSW. She's adapted to working and learning with dyslexia taking on a manager standard qualification. Read Jess' story.