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Early years provision in China is a huge growth market, with UK nurseries large and small taking up opportunities to open there. So, what are the pros and cons of doing business in this very different country?
Our resident employment lawyer Caroline Robins, Eversheds principal associate, answers your questions
Training providers say they have lost faith in the Government to deliver the Level 3 apprenticeship standard – which has still not been produced five years after work on it started.
Affluent areas are growing nurseries while settings in areas of deprivation are increasingly struggling to survive, according to Christie and Co.
A speech and language therapy service is looking for early years settings to be part of a pilot training project involving virtual reality.
You are invited to attend our next seminar: maximising the effects of early years entitlements to support families’ employment.
The Institute for Apprenticeships has responded to criticism that it is not listening to employers following the resignation of Busy Bees from the trailblazer group.
How can settings get the best out of Facebook? Meredith Jones-Russell reports
More than a year after its launch, has the Workforce Strategy delivered? Charlotte Goddard provides a systematic analysis of each section
What can providers do if faced with late payments from their local authority? Do they have any legal redress? Meredith Jones Russell reports
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