Number of modern apprentices working in early years and childcare announced, Edinburgh, 13 February 2018Add to Lightbox Download
Pictured: Mr Swinney met modern apprentices Kayleigh Singer (grey jumper); Georeg McArthur (pink jumper), Holly Whitehead (black and white dress) and Jake Stefanovic, an ambassador from the Scottish Government’s childcare recruitment campaign.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney visited Cowgate Nursery in Edinburgh to meet children, staff and modern apprentices working in early years and childcare. Mr Swinney confirmed that a record number of early years apprenticeships are expected to start this year as part of the expansion of free nursery and childcare. Mr Swinney toured the nursery and discussed the City of Edinburgh Council’s plans to expand the early years and childcare workforce and met with modern apprentices as well as Jake Stefanovic, an ambassador from the Scottish Government’s childcare recruitment campaign.
Ger Harley | EEm 13 February 2018
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- Early years apprentices fuel rollout of funded childcare | Edinburgh | 13 February 2018