NDNA is working with innovative learning company In Touch Care to support Early Year Apprentices using Information Communication Technology (ICT) in settings.
As part of the Apprenticeship Staff Support Programme, which provides a comprehensive online and CPD programme on using technology to support children in early years, NDNA is asking early years employers to take part in a simple online survey.
The survey will provide valuable information on ICT and its use in early years which can be used to ensure the programme gives apprentices get the best possible support.
The project also provides support to the Early Years Trailblazer group which is developing the apprenticeship framework. The group, made up of early years experts including NDNA’s Director of Quality and Workforce Development, Stella Ziolkowski, has just been awarded Phase III funding by the Government which will see it create new frameworks for Assistant Practitioner, Nursery/Centre Leader and Senior Practitioner apprenticeships.
To take part in the survey log onto www.surveymonkey.com/s/6XT7WX7