Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
WAMITAB is a specialist industry awarding organisation, established in 1989, that develops qualifications for those working in waste and resource management and recycling; facilities management; cleaning; street cleansing and parking from operative through to management level with a strong focus on supporting environmental sustainability.
WAMITAB offers over 120 qualification pathways delivered through 70 quality-assured centres and works directly with industry leaders to shape employer-led qualifications that provide individuals with fit-for-purpose skills for the workplace.
As well as its suite of nationally-recognised qualifications, WAMITAB offers a range of complementary services to support skills development and assessment.
The Accredit service is a rigorous review process which offers third party validation of in-house training.
Validate is an on-the-job assessment tool with a strong focus on health and safety compliance, which can be used to audit staff competence and identify future training needs.
In addition, for those preparing for the Continuing Competence test, there are Revision Guides available to purchase plus free summary guides to download from the website.
By qualifying the workforce, WAMITAB aims to embed a culture of safety and progression, making the industry more attractive as a career.
Visit us on Stand 4J33 at RWM to learn more.