Dawn talks Practitioner Wellbeing, Children's Health and finds out about the role of a PANCo with Linda Baston-Pitt
Hi and welcome to Pod-CACHE, the portable CPD and best practice podcast from CACHE, presented by Dawn Mulvaney - Editor of www.CACHEAlumni.org.uk, the free professional membership network for those working in Care, Early Years and Education.
In this episode, Dawn talks to Linda Baston-Pitt, the driving force behind the development of the national PANCo role in Early Years and CEO of Purple Bee Learning. Linda has been supporting Early Years settings across the UK and beyond to develop their wellbeing strategies and co-founded the PANCo qualification, developed by CACHE.
Dawn and Linda talk about physical activity and nutrition, how wellbeing starts with staff and the benefits of involving staff in initiatives from the development stage. Linda also talks about her transition to Early Years from her career as a Nurse and how staff retention can be positively influenced with proper CPD and staff development.
If you would like to join CACHE Alumni, the association for professional caregivers, you can find us at www.cachealumni.org.uk.
Membership is free and you'll find lotss more examples of best practice, great sector insight and opinion from subject specialists across Care, Education and Early Years.
You can find out more about the role of a PANCo and how to become qualified at https://www.purplebeelearning.com/become-a-panco and can access free resources to support your PANCo projects at https://www.purplebeelearning.com/free-panco-resources/
For information about the PANCo Level 4 qualification specifically and to find your nearest approved delivery centre, head to;
You can find Linda on Twitter as @LindaEarlyYears or at Purple Bee's account at @PurpleBee_Learn and you can follow Dawn on Twitter at @DawnConnieM and on LinkedIn as Dawn Constance Mulvaney for more information on CACHEAlumni.org.uk
Until next time.... Take care.
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