March 2009
Nursery World (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);3/12/2009, Vol. 109 Issue 4160, p29
The section offers news briefs on trainings in Great Britain as of March 12, 2009. The assessment of Early Years Professional Status was conducted at two events in London and Leeds in February. Kids Playwork Inclusion Project will focus on outdoor play for its new series of regional seminars to address barriers to inclusion for children with disabilities, among others. The Centre, a training provider, is accepting bookings for its two-day management courses in April and July.


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