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Interviews, discussions and best practice sharing in Health, Social and Early Years care and Education. Join CACHE Alumni's Editor, Dawn, as she interviews interesting people from across the caring sector. Find out about the highs and lows of nannying, how to organise your workload in social care and the importance of self-care when working in community engagement. A podcast for everyone, from the specialists in Care, Health, Childcare and Education.

Pod-CACHE CACHE Alumni | Dawn Constance Mulvaney

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Interviews, discussions and best practice sharing in Health, Social and Early Years care and Education. Join CACHE Alumni's Editor, Dawn, as she interviews interesting people from across the caring sector. Find out about the highs and lows of nannying, how to organise your workload in social care and the importance of self-care when working in community engagement. A podcast for everyone, from the specialists in Care, Health, Childcare and Education.

    Dawn talks to Emily Rolen, founder of The Nanny Collaborative, about common challenges and the support available for Nannies and Home-Based childcare workers.

    Dawn talks to Emily Rolen, founder of The Nanny Collaborative, about common challenges and the support available for Nannies and Home-Based childcare workers.

    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 Emily Rolen, a professional Nanny and Nanny Advocate who founded The Nanny Collaborative, which is an online 'break room' for Nannies to find support and share experiences with colleagues. 
    Emily and Dawn talk about some of the common challenges for Nannies entering the profession, how important it can be to find a community to offer support and the different ways to find support online and in person. 
    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 lots more examples of best practice, great sector insight and opinion from subject specialists across Care, Education and Early Years. 
     
    You can find Emily online on Facebook and, if you're a Nanny, within the Nanny Collaborative at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1572538656382109/ and can follow Dawn on Twitter at @DawnConnieM and on LinkedIn as Dawn Constance Mulvaney for more information on CACHEAlumni.org.uk
    Dawn will be at The Nanny Hub at The Nursery World Show in London on 7th and 8th of February, giving advice and support to Nannies looking for career development and support with navigating the career opportunities ahead!  Tickets are free and can be ordered at https://www.nurseryworldshow.com/london/the-nannyhub
    We hope to see you there!
    Until next time.... Take care.

    • 33 min.
    Dawn talks Practitioner Wellbeing, Children's Health and finds out about the role of a PANCo with Linda Baston-Pitt

    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;https://www.qualhub.co.uk/qualification-search/qualification-detail/level-4-certificate-for-the-early-years-advanced-practitioner-301 
    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.
     
     
     

    • 39 min.
    Dawn learns about the Neuroscience of Early Childhood and Education with Mine Conkbayir

    Dawn learns about the Neuroscience of Early Childhood and Education with Mine Conkbayir

    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
    In this episode, Dawn talks to Mine Conkbayir, a passionate advocate of neuroscience informed training for Early Years Practitioners and Teachers. Mine recently completed a PhD around this subject and has developed resources, online courses and supported the development of the NCFE CACHE Level 2 Award in an Introduction to Neuroscience in Early Years.
    Dawn and Mine talk about the way neuroscience knowledge could change how we educate children and the pitfalls of ignoring the new research around early childhood development.  Mine also talks us through some great tips to support the development of self-regulation in children and the importance of our own wellbeing and self-understanding in co-regulation and behaviour. 
    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 loads more examples of best practice, lots of great sector insight and opinion from subject specialists across Care, Education and Early Years. 
    You can find Mine on Twitter at @MineEYMind and on LinkedIn and Facebook. You can find out more about Mine's work at https://mineconkbayir.co.uk or through attending the CACHE conferences or Mine's dedicated Neuroscience and Early Intervention conference in March. 
    You can find Dawn on Twitter at @DawnConnieM and on LinkedIn. 
    Until next time.... Take care.

    • 41 min.
    Dawn learns about Early Years Education with Adam Chapman

    Dawn learns about Early Years Education with Adam Chapman

    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
    In this episode, Dawn talks to Adam Chapman, a Further Education Professional who teaches in a work-based learning context.  Adam is a passionate supporter of Early Years Education and one of the team behind the #EYTwitterTagTeam, an online community supporting sharing and learning between Early Years professionals. 
    Dawn and Adam talk about Men in Childcare and increasing male interest in the sector, learner recruitment, how people can improve their practice and the Early Years curriculum - the EYFS. 
    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 loads more examples of best practice, lots of great sector insight and opinion from subject specialists across Care, Education and Early Years. 
    Until next time.... Take care.

    • 33 min.
    Dawn chats Nannies, Nanny Agencies and support with Sarah Parkin, the Chair of the Association of Nanny Agencies

    Dawn chats Nannies, Nanny Agencies and support with Sarah Parkin, the Chair of the Association of Nanny Agencies

    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
    In this episode, Dawn talks to Sarah Parkin, the Chair of the Association of Nanny Agencies (ANA) and owner of Kids Deserve the Best Nanny Agency. Sarah is keen to support the sector and help to raise standards and awareness of the amazing service that Nannies and Nanny Agencies can provide.
    Dawn and Sarah talk about the possible pitfalls for parents when employing their own Nanny, why agencies can be helpful, legislation changes and the support available to Nannies, Parents and Nanny Agencies through the Association. 
    It's a little loud in the background of this episode, as Sarah and I recorded in a busy office, but it gets much better as the episode ticks through, so please bear with us! 
    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 loads more examples of best practice, lots of great sector insight and opinion from subject specialists across Care, Education and Early Years. 
    Until next time.... Take care.

    • 31 min.
    Dawn talks CPD with Thalia Galloway - eLearning Development Lead at eLearning For You

    Dawn talks CPD with Thalia Galloway - eLearning Development Lead at eLearning For You

    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
    In this episode, Dawn talks to Thalia Galloway, eLearning Development Lead at eLearning For You. Thalia is an advocate for equality of support for anyone receiving care and helps to support this through developing training and development courses for Health and Social Care professionals and their employers. 
    Dawn and Thalia talk CPD, personal development and barriers to training in this 40-minute long episode. 
    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 loads more examples of best practice, lots of great sector insight and opinion from subject specialists across Care, Education and Early Years. 
    Until next time.... Take care.

    • 39 min.

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