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In her second article on Early Years Teacher training options, Charlotte Goddard looks at how working abroad led an aspiring actor down the graduate employment-based pathway.

In the first of a six-part series on Early Years Teacher training options, Charlotte Goddard tracks the progress of a former geologist on the graduate entry pathway.

An awarding body, training providers, colleges and nursery owners are united in their opinion that new GCSE rules designed to improve standards aren't working. Hannah Crown investigates.

Steiner Waldorf now offers an Early Years Educator course at Level 4. Gabriella Jozwiak takes a look at what it involves, in the final part of our series on the new qualifications.

City & Guilds' classroom-based course allows for hands-on working, but some feel it lacks breadth in its first incarnation. Gabriella Jozwiak looks at the detail of what's on offer.

City & Guilds is the only awarding body to have included mandatory units at Level 4 in its work-based Early Years Educator course. Gabriella Jozwiak reports.

CACHE's two recently launched college-based qualifications makes studying additional needs compulsory. Gabriella Jozwiak looks at how the learning for each is organised

Some common teaching methods take their cues from behaviourist theory. Linda Pound looks at the work of one of its key proponents.

Gabriella Jozwiak explores Pearson's optional units for the Early Years Educator qualification, which have been put together with expertise from bodies such as PACEY and Skills Active.

Pearson's new qualifications are popular with students and colleges for offering a variety of exit points, but some onlookers have expressed reservations about the assessment process, as Gabriella Jozwiak reports.