Trainer profile

Julia Manning-Morton

Areas of expertise:
  • Developing high quality provision for 0-3 year olds: Effective practice and appropriate provision
  • Developing Key Person relationships in early years settings
  • Young children’s personal, Social and Emotional development
  • Emotional well-being: Strong teams
  • Babies and toddlers: Play
  • development and learning from birth to three
  • 2 year olds: Effective practice and appropriate provision
  • Transitions
  • Well-being
  • Leading and managing early years settings
  • Leading the 0-3s team
  • Interpersonal and assertion skills
  • Diversity and anti-bias practice
  • Gender issues in the early years
  • Working with lesbian and gay families
  • Observing and understanding children’s development 0-6
  • Physical development and movement play
  • Brain development and early years practice

Julia’s career in the early childhood field has included roles as a practitioner (nursery nurse), manager, adviser and inspector across a range of settings for children aged 0-7 years and also as a senior lecturer in Early Childhood Studies. She is able to deliver training across all aspects of...

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