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The new Level 3 Early Years Educator courses could mean major changes to the way some trainers operate, says Karen Faux.
What will the proposed reforms mean for you? Mary Evans takes a look at the impact that 'new thinking' could have across key areas of the sector.
Karen Faux explains how Childminding Cafe is serving up sound business advice online.
Jacqui Mann provides an update on some of the changes to legislation which will have an impact on you as an employer
Laura Henry describes how careful preparation and a strong understanding of the Ofsted inspector's role and the procedure to be followed will 'help the inspector to help you'.
Readying, partnership or meeting place - what relationships should there be between early childhood and compulsory education, asks Peter Moss
Follow the roll-out of early education places for two-year-olds, (from 20 February 2012).
Managing substantial budgets and ensuring that children's services are delivered to the highest standard within a local authority are part of this highly responsible role. Anne Hayes outlines the career path to this position
Staff need to be able to demonstrate their understanding of child development in practice during inspections, says Laura Henry.
It has been estimated that 65 per cent of the two-year-olds accessing their free entitlement in the future will represent new business.
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