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Garda Vetting Top Tips

The online vetting process has been very successful. Here are some tips to prevent common errors and improve turnaround times: Take your time inputting an applicant’s information. Any errors will delay the Garda Vetting process, especially the email address and date of birth. If these are incorrect, the applicant won’t be able to log in

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Early Years Scotland’s Best Start: Strategic Early Learning and School Age Childcare Plan 2022 to 2026

The Scottish government recently published its strategic ‘childcare’ plan to guide them through the years 2022 to 2026. Titled “Best Start”, the policy outlined in the plan contributes to national outcomes focused on children and young people, education, health and poverty. The overall policy vision for Best Start is making Scotland the best place in

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Introduction to Kids Active

Kids Active is the most recent member benefit introduced by Early Childhood Ireland to support our members in their provision of high-quality education and care for children in their settings. What is Kids Active? It is a five-module online programme, developed to: Support active play and the development of fundamental movement skills Support children to

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Policy Brief: Education at a Glance 2022

The OECD has released Education at a Glance 2022, a source for data on the state of education around the world. It covers all levels of education, from early years to tertiary. Enrolment The report details that early childhood education is important to give students from all backgrounds an equal start in their education. The

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Garda Vetting Update 11 Oct 2022

Follow up on Garda Vetting links It’s a very busy time of year for Garda Vetting, so please be sure to follow up on Garda Vetting links with your applicant to ensure that they have received and completed the link sent to them by the National Vetting Bureau. In some cases it is possible that

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Budget 2023: A Major Step Forward

Last week, the Minister for Finance Paschal Donoghue TD and the Minister for Public Expenditure Michael McGrath TD addressed the Dáil to set out the measures contained in Budget 2023. These included the announcement that spending on early years and school age care will exceed €1bn in 2023. Early Childhood Ireland commended the Government for

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Early Childhood Ireland is the leading organisation in the sector, working to ensure quality experiences for children in Early Learning and Care and School Age Childcare settings.
If you wish to become a member of Early Childhood Ireland please click below.