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Achieving Two Year Olds (A2YO) is running a second programme of free, nationwide roadshows to support the implementation of free places for two-year-olds.

More than 100 students and Montessori schools received their awards at the Institute of Education in London.

Norland College has unveiled a brand new uniform for students for the first time in more than 70 years.

A distance-learning college is being investigated by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) following a complaint that an advert on its website for a Level 3 qualification in childcare was misleading.

The first Early Years Educator qualification developed by CACHE has been approved by Ofqual and is available to view on the Ofqual register.

First aid training providers are concerned that the sector is being misled by local authorities into believing that they can only access paediatric first aid training which is approved by their own local authority.

Montessori St Nicholas is officially launching a new community project for teenage parents.

Free face-to-face training in autism will soon be available to early years practitioners and post-16 educational professionals through a network of hub organisations, appointed as part of the latest phase of the Autism Education Trust’s training programme.

SkillsActive has launched a Register of Playwork Professionals, designed to boost the professionalism of the workforce and increase employer recognition for qualifications in the vital area of play.

The Department for Education has doubled the funding available for the early years bursary scheme to £3,000 in a bid to encourage more applicants.