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There is still time to sign up for the new Early Years Professional Status programme which kicks off in January 2012. Training providers across all regions currently have places available and candidates have until 30 December to submit their applications.

Common Threads is putting play back into the playground with its 2012 programme of training running from January through to March. Playtime! Practicals introduces participants to playwork theory within the context of working in primary school playgrounds and takes a realistic approach to facilitating play.

Position: Nursery teacher at Little Tree Montessori Nursery School in Crouch End

Nursery World has teamed up with top early years trainer Alice Sharp, MD of Experiential Play, to produce a limited edition box set of four DVDs full of ideas and activities for working with under-threes.

Name: Charmaine Hogg

The National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) has expressed concern that the views of private day nurseries may not be taken into account in the Government's review of early education and childcare qualifications.

Professor Cathy Nutbrown is holding one-day events across the country to give the early years and childcare workforce the chance to contribute to the qualifications review.

Tap into the latest ideas for maximising the potential of your outdoors by signing up for the Nursery World Outdoor Learning and Play conference, being held in London on 1 February.

NDNA is now offering an accredited basic food hygiene course for just 8. The course is done entirely online and learners will gain a Level 2 award in Food Safety upon successful completion.

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