Management Guide: Workforce Strategy
The Government’s long-awaited workforce strategy is about a lot more than just the re-acceptance of Functional Skills at level 3. In this series, Charlotte Goddard looks at each of its aspects: from level 3 and EYTs to CPD and supporting children with SEND.
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 a new series on the workforce strategy, Charlotte Goddard looks at plans to revise entry level early years qualifications
With the number of Level 3s completing courses falling by more than half, the sector is still in the grip of a recruitment crisis. What can the Workforce Strategy do, asks Charlotte...
The sector is not set up to adequately reward Early Years Teachers, but Charlotte Goddard finds that plans to open up career routes have made limited progress so far
Careers advice has long been a Cinderella service in schools. But with a massive shortage of early years staff, a new careers advice drive and the early years workforce strategy, there...
Budget and time constraints are limiting FE early years lecturers’ access to CPD, raising sector concerns. By Charlotte Goddard
What progress is being made on representation of men in childcare, and what about other groups? asks Charlotte Goddard
The Government’s ‘education and childcare occupational map’ has caused some confusion and controversy. Charlotte Goddard investigates what the new qualifications and training will be...
As financial constraints increasingly put CPD at risk, does the Workforce Strategy have any solutions, asks Charlotte Goddard
Supporting children with SEND is to get a new qualification. Charlotte Goddard asks what the sector wants it to achieve
Analysing the final section of the Workforce Strategy, Charlotte Goddard discovers that funding promised in the document is not all it seems