Government urges childcare providers to take part in 30-hour expansion trial

Joe Lepper
Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Childcare providers have been given a month to put themselves forward as trailblazers for government plans to expand free childcare to 30 hours.

Early years trainees will be required to know the legal requirements and guidance on child protection, and understand the different types of abuse. Picture: NDNA
Early years trainees will be required to know the legal requirements and guidance on child protection, and understand the different types of abuse. Picture: NDNA

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