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After all the wrangling about the qualifications required to start or finish the new Early Years Educator level 3 courses, we are starting to see some alarming effects on recruitment to the sector.

There was plenty of excitement and even more food for thought at Nursery World's Business Summit last week.

Huw Lewis, minister for education and skills, Wales, explains the Welsh Government's plans for the early years

June O'Sullivan explains why those working in early years need to communicate all over the world

Over the past year, 43 trainees have become EYTs.

The Scottish Government has a bold ambition for children and their families - that Scotland should be the best place to grow up. Those working in the early years sector are playing a key role in the work to make that ambition a reality.

We need an orderly transition to new requirements

A flurry of activity is underway as students prepare for their final setting visits, says Chichester University’s Nikki Fairchild in her penultimate diary

Early years initial teacher training requires experience of Key Stage 1, but this should not stop childminders from taking Early Years Teacher courses.

Students are being encouraged to develop a sense of their own unique professional identity, says Chichester University’s Nikki Fairchild

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