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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
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
What the ‘20 per cent off-the-job training’ rule means exactly, and how it can be delivered, have been causing headaches for employers and training companies alike. Ross Midgley has some answers
Embedding training in practice is crucial, write Anne Oldfield and Sarah Emerson, and assessment can be a useful way to promote this
The School Direct route gave one practitioner opportunities for practical learning and development - and ultimately a PGCE with EYT Status. Charlotte Goddard reports.
A course on nursery science has helped Nicola Fraser's setting in Scotland to learn the value of experimentation. Hannah Crown finds out more
How nursery managers can address the problem of low-level adult literacy and numeracy.
The current crop of training programmes covers a broad range of topics related to health. Hannah Crown rounds up some of the options.
An online 'soap opera' has helped a nursery manager to improve the supervision at her setting.
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