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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.

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.

Celebrations at Busy Bees nurseries across the country for the 30th birthday of the UK's largest nursery group include parties, competitions and a world record attempt.

Position: Managing director, Cherry Childcare, a group of eight settings across Surrey, Berkshire and Buckingham

In areas where capacity for twos needs to expand, schools can be an important part of the mix, says James Hempsall

Voluntary-run playgroups and pre-schools are the finest example of the 'Big Society' and should be supported to become sustainable, argues volunteer Sue Cowley.

If you want to support your staff to be more adventurous outdoors, this is the course for you, says one deputy nursery manager

Position: Managing director, Cherry Childcare, a group of eight settings across Surrey, Berkshire and Buckingham

As funding cuts bite, Birmingham is working hard to offer quality provision for local children. Gabriella Jozwiak reports