Children’s Workforce Induction
The Children’s Workforce Development Council (CWDC) was set up to promote the training needs of everyone whose work is mainly with children, young people and families. When it closed in 2012, its work transferred to the Teaching Agency, Children’s Improvement Board and the Department for Education.
This comprehensive induction bundle straddles the work of all these agencies and sets out the first things you need to know when working in child’s or young person’s development.
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Fantastically well laid out and organised course
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A great resource with variation to facilitate learning and retention.
Well-constructed and covered all aspects as far as I could see.
I thought this course was an excellent introduction to the topic.
I think it is very interesting and covers a wide variety of areas to make the learner think deeper into their practice.
Fantastic will be looking at your other courses.
Being new to a career in child care I found this course content very useful and informative.
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