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The Government-endorsed Early Years Professional Status (EYPS) accreditation, launched in 2007, was designed to create a graduate-led workforce in the early years sector.
Demand for the new Level 5 early years specialist qualification is high, according to one of the first training providers to offer the qualification.
Following many requests for a little more time to enter our awards, we've extended the deadline to 31 May.
All Early Years Professionals should be able to access 'essential' local authority support, research has concluded.
Area Manager, Hungry Caterpillar Day Nurseries Ltd
An excellent salary is offered with benefits and ongoing support with professional development, Head office based in Ruislip, our settings are within a 10 mile radius of our head office.
Nursery Officers , The Eveline Day Nursery Schools Ltd
Negotiable , Raynes Park SW20, Wandsworth SW18
Nursery Manager, St Giles Day Nursery
28k - 36k per annum, Norwich
Early Years Professional Nursery Teacher - Deputy Manager, Bamboo Childcare
£9 - £10 per hour, Stockport
Nursery Teacher, Bamboo Childcare
£10 - £11 per hour, Stockport
EYP Sarah Fillingham describes how her determination to give renewed impetus to a local network is gaining fruition
As new students embark on a refreshed EYPS programme, Mary Evans finds out why the status is built to last
Winner - Victoria Stafford, baby room supervisor, Wellies Day Nursery, Horncastle, Lincolnshire
WINNER: Leanne Henderson, nursery manager, kidsunlimited 'Campus Kids', University of Surrey