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14 - 15 November - Daycare Trust Conference - Childcare 2007.

Free training for childminders

A priority for the Early Years Professional course is to encourage its students to develop a reflective attitude to their practice.

Those serving a unique role within a family can now gain a recognised professional qualification. Karen Faux reports.

Practitioners talk to Karen Faux about a child-centred approach to teaching and learning in the early years.

Where could a BTEC in counselling lead a candidate with a wealth of working experience, that includes teaching, managing a bereavement service and training? Tina Jefferies suggests three career options.

18 November; First things first: Keeping young children at the heart of policy and practice. Delegates will have the opportunity to reflect on recent policy developments and their impact on the children's service, consider the needs of children from birth to five, review recent research and national evaluations and consider the implications for policy makers and practitioners. London. Cost: from 200. Visit www. or call 020 7539 5400

15 November - The Roles and Responsibilities of the Key Person: developing an effective key person system in early years settings.

22 November:

Nursery practice could be improved by communication and assertiveness training for the staff, says Jackie Cosh. 'A child has brought you an object of interest and is asking you what it is. How would you promote discussion of this?'

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