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Welcome

We offer Early Years and Childcare training courses to Early Years Foundation stage, Childcare and Play Practitioners.

These courses have been designed to give clear information to practitioners working with children and young people from birth to the age of 19.

The primary aim is to enable practitioners to meet required standards expected by law and to prepare settings for registration and inspection by Ofsted. It is also designed to enhance career and professional development opportunities to improve outcomes for children.
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Training & Events

07
07 Sep
Elklan 0-3s
The aim of the course is for practitioners to have a deep understanding of speech, language and communication in children aged 0 to 3 years. It covers all areas in detail and is a course designed for those practitioners with a keen interest in supporting children with SLCN and who have already completed some training in SLCN. The course requires commitment but in return will provide the practitioners with a deep understanding and strategies to implement in their settings.
10
10 Sep
Multi Agency WellComm Training
Wellcomm is an evidence based speech and language tool screening tool that help practitioners identify and support emerging speech, language and communication issues for children aged 0-5. Wellcomm is used across Greater Manchester and many Local Authorities have a learning and development programme to roll out the tool across the wider early years workforce, particularly early years settings and schools.
21
21 Sep
Elklan 0-3s
The aim of the course is for practitioners to have a deep understanding of speech, language and communication in children aged 0 to 3 years. It covers all areas in detail and is a course designed for those practitioners with a keen interest in supporting children with SLCN and who have already completed some training in SLCN. The course requires commitment but in return will provide the practitioners with a deep understanding and strategies to implement in their settings.