Delivering the EYFS (England only)

Whether you are new to the early years workforce, or would just like to refresh your practice, this course will help you to consider how you can deliver the EYFS. 

Whether you have an inspection coming up or you completed your childcare training some time ago and want to make sure you’re up to date, or even if you simply want a bit of a refresher and maybe some new ideas to help you to be the best practitioner you can be – this is the course for you.    

Bright, interactive and colourful, the course will bring you right up to date with the requirements of the current EYFS Framework, but will also provide you with some suggestions, hints, and tips you can use in your setting to further support the children in your care and their families.  

The course is in two parts and after completing a short knowledge check, you’ll be able to download and print your own personalised certificate.

What's the aim of the course?

The EYFS is the regulatory framework that all registered childcarers in England must work to. This course will help you ensure you understand it.

Who's the course for?

All registered childcare professionals in England.

What are the learning outcomes?

  • Explore the safeguarding and welfare requirements
  • Explore the characteristics of effective learning and how they support children’s development
  • Demonstrate how activities support the prime and specific areas of learning
  • Define the assessment requirements
  • Demonstrate the importance of reflective practice

How to access your free training

When you log in to the free training pages in MyPACEY you'll be transferred into our online training platform. You can then begin any of the free courses and do them on any internet-enabled device.

Here's what some of our members thought  

"I took your online EYFS course and again it saved me. I could answer all of [the inspector's] questions based on what I had learned."

"Found it really useful. I'm a manager of a setting so I have already implemented all the things in it, but it definitely refreshed my memory."