We provide the following webinars and training courses for Cambridge Early Years:
|What is it?||Who should Attend?||When will it be available?|
|Getting to know Cambridge Early Years Webinar (free for registered Early Years customers)||90-minute informational webinar to introduce the EY programme||Practitioners and leaders new to Cambridge Early Years||Quarterly, from June 2023 (Available at UK morning and afternoon times)|
|Introductory training (fees apply)||Online (5 weeks), or face-to-face (2 days) training covering key elements of the programme including the curriculum, teaching and learning approaches, measuring learner progress and planning||Practitioners who are about to start delivering the Cambridge Early Years programme||
Online – February, June and September every year, starting June 2023
Face-to-face – dependent on regional requests, starting in August 2023
|Prepare to teach training (fees apply)||Blended learning – 6 to 12 weeks. Supports the effective use of the resources in the setting and how to use them to develop teaching skills in line with the underpinning pedagogical approach.||Lead practitioners, Heads of Early Years settings or Senior teachers||
Online in January 2023
Face-to-face – dependent on regional request
|Extension training (fees apply)||Online (3 weeks), or face-to-face (2 days) training covering specific aspects of the programme, such as learning environment, assessment||Practitioners who have attended Introductory training or have been teaching Cambridge Early Years for at least a year.||
In the second year of the programme
Focus on the learning environment already available.
|Enrichment training (fees apply)||Online, virtual or face-to-face training in different aspects of teaching and learning, (e.g. Assessment for learning, active learning)||Practitioners who are looking to reflect on their practice and learn classroom strategies to support teaching and learning||
Assessment for learning already available virtually.
Other areas in the second year of the programme
|Cambridge Professional Development Qualifications (PDQ) (fees apply)||Embeds early years theory, best practice and reflection in the practitioner’s context and in their daily routines. Culminates in the attainment of a Cambridge qualification.||
Practitioners who want to improve their knowledge and practice by working with an experienced practitioner and a mentor.
Practitioners who want to gain a Cambridge qualification.
Delivered face-to-face in approved Professional Development centres.
Could be available online for individual practitioners, or groups of practitioners from 2024.