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The Early Years Quality Team can provide specialist and bespoke training tailored to your setting or local network needs.

See our termly planner of training delivered by the Early Years Quality Team.

Early Years sector network training opportunities

Summer term 2019

Leaders and managers, a free termly briefing to share with you national and local news and updates across the county.

We are delighted to announce that our well established leaders and managers briefings are now being expanded to include all of our Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) leaders in schools. Briefings are written with the needs of all EYFS leaders wherever they work and are part of our vision of helping all EYFS leaders to work together to make a difference for children in Derbyshire.

If you are struggling to find the course you want in your area, we can offer bespoke support and training to meet your settings individual needs. Complete the form attached to the page or email: CS.EYS@derbyshire.gov.uk for details.

For other courses provided by Derbyshire County Council please use our course search (for example safeguarding, first aid, food hygiene, e-learning).

Early years conference - Vulnerabilities of babies and young children (0-3) in partnership with The Derbyshire Safeguarding Children's Board

A half day safeguarding conference delivered to early years practitioners to inform you of recent learning from serious case reviews in Derbyshire, involving babies and young children (0-3 years). This is an opportunity to gain good practice and update skills and knowledge from partner agencies, including early help and health visitor support around the vulnerability of babies and young children.

Vocabulary matters ‘closing the word gap’

This EYFS Network is based on a successful pilot project recently undertaken by several Derbyshire practitioners in response to the recent Oxford language report. The target audience for this is childminders and nursery and pre-school practitioners and will take place during March and April 2019.

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