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Since the end of the Level 3 apprenticeship standard impasse, more apprenticeships are in development. Hannah Crown rounds up the big changes within vocational training

From short courses to new qualifications at Levels 2 and 3, the sector now has more special needs training options than ever. By Meredith Jones Russell

Room leaders are the first rung on the management ladder, yet little training for them exists. But two nursery groups have recently launched in-house courses, one of which results in a team-leading apprenticeship. By Annette Rawstrone

Reflective practice is embedded in early years provision, but is not always easy to achieve. Educational psychologist Anita Soni describes a project in Birmingham that uses video to help practitioners find and reinforce the positives in their everyday work

New competencies to benchmark Early Childhood Studies degree qualifications will be launched in September. Dr Eunice Lumsden offers an exclusive preview

The Skills Plan marks a huge reform of vocational education. What is it, and why does it matter for the early years? Hannah Crown reports

In the search for high-quality and reasonably priced training for early years practitioners, Nicole Weinstein looks at the innovative solutions on offer from three online training companies

The long-awaited workforce strategy needs to tackle staff recruitment, retention and underpin quality provision. Is it the blueprint the sector needs? asks Charlotte Goddard

In these budget-straitened times, finding quality training for free and sharing it among colleagues are skills worth developing. But how do you cascade training effectively? Nicole Weinstein finds out

Thousands of people do early childhood degrees each year – and unlike EYT status, they usually have to fund it themselves through a loan. Why do they do it? Charlotte Goddard reports

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