Childminding: historical context of the development of Early Years Professional Training

Kay Aaronricks’ expertise is in Early Years Education, working with children aged 0-7 years. She has a specific interest in the professional identity of the early years workforce and the importance of continuous professional development.  Kay’s background is in early years childcare and education, with over 10 years experience in supporting children and their families to gain the best start in life. In addition, Kay has worked closely with colleagues and other professionals, providing continuous professional development opportunities through establishing communities of practice and training workshops.

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