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How should settings go about recruiting practitioners from Europe and beyond – and is Brexit having an effect on this? Charlotte Goddard reports
Four years after the first employer ‘trailblazer’ group was formed, the new Level 3 apprenticeship standard has finally been approved. Charlotte Goddard reports
A consultation on literacy and numeracy qualification requirements for Level 3, due to close today, had received more than 3,000 responses last week.
Everyone agrees on the need for decent supervision. So why is it so hard to achieve, asks Ruth Stokes
Nine nurseries have been ‘named and shamed’ on the latest minimum wage offenders list. How did they get there, and how easy was it to fall foul of the rules? Ruth Stokes reports
Being able to access training at home, at work or while on the move is making online learning an increasingly popular option, says Mary Evans.
Despite the recession, there are still entrepreneurs willing to take on the challenge of launching a day nursery. By Anne Hayes
How will local authority cuts in advisory services and staff affect support for the early years sector, asks Janet Murray.
Anne Hayes looks at the options
If a bright idea brings benefits to one setting, you want to spread the word. Melanie Defries explains how some chains do just that.
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