Early Years leaders come together to direct the way25 Jan, 2017
Childcare Expo London, taking place at Olympia on 3rd & 4th March will play host to leading names from the industry. With professional seminars running across both days in two separate streams, it provides passionate visitors the unmissable opportunity to learn from the best.
This year’s seminar programme focuses heavily on the current upheave in the sector to provide vital insight and ideas to take back and implement in their childcare settings. Focus lies on 30 hours free childcare and leadership in order to overcome the current humps that face many early years practitioners today. Caroline Dinenage, MP, will be opening the event and providing a keynote to kick things off on Friday 3rd March.
Following on from Caroline, June O’Sullivan, an influential early years voice in the industry, leads the way to highlight the importance of good leadership for those providing children with care and education. June will hone in on her own experience and address some of the key factors that helps us better understand how good leadership can be developed within childcare settings.
James Hempsall OBE, will guide visitors through the latest developments to help them understand what we as an industry should all be doing now to make sense of 30 hours of free childcare. James will also share examples from all types of providers across the country to show how we can achieve quality practice and financial sustainability – a hot topic for many at this time.
Childcare Expo invites everyone from childminders to pre-school and nursery owners to challenge their minds and thought process in order to overcome the current demands for illustrating outstanding care to those who are taking their first steps on the educational ladder. Be inspired by the game-changing knowledge you’ll take with you and play a winning role in the transformation of early years education. Please visit the website to see the full seminar programme www.childcareexpo.co.uk. Seats are limited so you are advised to book in advance.