Early Years Professionals
We believe every Early Years Professional should have the opportunity to grow and flourish in their career – and we are here to help you do that. When you embark on training with us you will be encouraged every step of the way. The skills you will develop will boost your confidence and competence and help you to be happier and healthier at work. Many of our learners report an increase in positive emotions and healthy habits across their whole lives – we can’t promise to change your life but it could happen!
What you get if you train with us
- access to up to the minute content, written and reviewed by experts in Early Years
- opportunities to try out your ideas and make lasting changes in your work setting that will benefit children, colleagues – and you!
- personal, one-to-one support from a Learning Coach (on certificated courses)
- insights into how a strengths based approach can transform how you work, the place where you work and your relationships with others.
- the chance to meet and discuss with peers from other Early Years settings.
Don’t take our word for it!
I would definitely recommend PurpleBee online learning courses. It is a great learning opportunity, allowing you to be flexible and move along at your own pace, but with the reassurance of having a learning coach available to ‘meet’ and discuss your progression and help with any questions that may arise.
Sam Mcquire Learner, Ketton Early Birds
The forum is a great opportunity to connect with others on the same course and share knowledge and experience. The programmes are easy to navigate, providing useful resources to help develop our skills and strengths.
Sarah Long Learner, Ketton Early Birds
By having a Learning Coach it was reassurance to know that I was doing ok, I used her as a sounding board, it motivated me to meet my deadlines as I was meeting her. An invaluable part of the programme
Beverley Farmer Street Farm Day Nursery
Become a Learning Coach
We’re also on the look-out for motivated and committed people to train as Learning Coaches. It’s a great way to carry on your own learning whilst giving back to others.
Coaching involves a set of communication skills that transfer to many other professional roles – whether that is training, mentoring, managing or negotiating with parents. By becoming a Learning Coach you will get the opportunity to practise your skills under supervision and you will have access to a network of Learning Coaches who will support your continuing development.
Once you have trained with us you will be eligible to join our Learning Coach team.