At Cambridge Early Years we are able to offer a range of courses and seminars to support staff growth and development. We believe passionately in the importance of ongoing training and professional development for Early Years Practitioners and Managers. We know that training offers all Early Years professionals, whether new to the sector or a long term participant, the opportunity to reflect on and develop the support they offer for the children they care for. This is why we have a range of fun, informative and inspiring off-the-peg training packages. We also regularly adapt these packages or write completely new training to meet individual organisation's needs. This might be following one of our quality audits, in response to an Ofsted inspection, or as part of a wider Local Authority need or development plan. If you don't see what you need, please don't hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements further.

Broadly, our training fits into three areas: Leadership and Management, Supporting Children's Development and Well-being, and Safeguarding in its Widest Sense.
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Leadership and Management

Leadership teams are key to the success of any childcare setting. However, training to support them to become skilled in this area is often overlooked. Whether they be room supervisors (yes, they are a key part of your leadership team), deputies, managers or area managers, at Cambridge Early Years we have training that can support leaders at every level.

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Supporting Children’s Development and Well-being

Looking for training to inspire your  Early Years Workers to be outstanding practitioners? Then you have come to the right place. All of our training threads through underpinning theory so that delegates understand ‘why’ not just ‘how’.



At Cambridge Early Years we offer a range of training that supports best practice in safeguarding in the widest sense. From basic child protection and designated person training, through to safer recruitment, effective assessment of risk and management of illnesses.

"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." Benjamin Franklin