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Empowering Early Years Webinar: FAQs

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Following the TTS Talking: Empowering Early Years Education webinar, we received lots of great questions and requests for additional content and support. In this article, we highlight our answers to your questions, alongside supporting content by our educational experts at TTS and other educationalists from across the globe. We’ve also included some handy links to inspirational content and resources. 

Q: What can I do to help support staff wellbeing? Do you have any resources to signpost? 

A: TTS is delighted to partner with Sheffield Occupational Health Advisory Service (SOHAS) to bring a free, downloadable practitioner wellbeing pack. 

The co-created wellbeing pack provides instant access to the following guidance and support for teachers and practitioners: 

  • Tips for identifying stress 
  • Methods to prevent burnout 
  • Practical ways to improve work-life balance 
  • The different services and resources available to support mental health and wellbeing 
  • Plus, so much more! 

Download a copy for free here.

Q: Where can I find resources to support the themes and topics explored in the Empowering Early Years Education webinar?

A: We have categorised resources suited to some of the themes, topics, and discussions highlighted in the Empowering Early Years Education webinar. Visit the links below for further inspiration:  

Q: Where can I find a link to the NDNA ‘First Five Years Count’ page? 

A: To find out more information about the NDNA ‘#FirstFiveYearsCount’ Campaign, please visit their website here:  

Q: What is the name of Jamel Carly Campbell’s book he references during the webinar? 

A: The book is called ‘Building Positive Relationships in the Early Years’ and it is by Jamel Carly Campbell and Sonia Mainstone-Cotton.  

Q: How can we encourage more men into the early years sector? 

A: We would recommend visiting the MITEY (Men In The Early Years) website. MITEY is a campaign/network working for a gender-diverse early years education workforce. By joining the network, users will gain access to free publications, designed to help employers, careers advisers and others reflect on how best to support boys and men to develop careers in Early Years education.

Q: How do I listen to/access the webinar on-demand? 

A: We’re excited to share the full version of our Empowering Early Years Education webinar on-demand! Click here or tap the video below to watch the full recording and hear our global panel of experts share their insights. 

Q: Is there any form of
certificate/proof of attendance?

A: Yes, a certificate of attendance has been distributed to all webinar attendees, please check your email and junk folders (this will have been sent to the email that you registered for the webinar with). 

We also have a #TTSTALKING highlight on our Instagram (@tts_resources) that has more information about our Empowering Early Years webinar and panellists.

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