Online CPD

We offer practical explanations and tools that will streamline your work and provide clarity where confusion and overthinking may have taken over!

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Our Approach

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Programmes provided by Mosaic are hugely popular. The secret to Mosaic CPD is its uncomplicated format, enabling educators to refresh and up-skill in specific areas of pedagogical practice.

In a climate where early childhood care and education is continually changing, we believe that supporting and motivating management and educators to build on their practice, is fundamental to the provision of high-quality learning and care experiences for young children.

A tried and tested Mosaic delivery model adopts a practical, jargon free approach with high levels of transferable learning to practice outcomes. In everyday terms, when time is precious and tasks are high, this is what Educators need from CPD!

Mosaic programmes are underpinned by the principles and objectives of early childhood quality and regulatory frameworks – however, they are delivered in an accessible, common-sense style that enables educators to make real and sustainable changes and improvements to everyday practice.

The Process


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Read the course information and then start the presentation. You can stop and start the presentation as many times as you want - take notes as you go.

When you are finished viewing the presentation, you can complete your course by clicking on 'Programme Content' this is where you will find your handouts and where you can 'proceed to exam' when finished.

Your certificate is emailed to you and a backup copy is saved to your cpd profile which you can go in and out of anytime after this by simply logging in with your email and password

Registering is simple - just enter your name, email and password. this creates a cpd profile for you personally.

Then choose your programme from the menu- the course will then upload to your cpd profile.

CPD Programmes

Participation in in-service training (or professional development) is the most consistent predictor of
quality staff-child interactions, and also has direct links to child development and learning’ Quality
beyond Regulation, OECD 2018.

Planning for Emergent Curriculum

This programme explains the emergent approach easily in a relatable manner. It will enable the educator to implement this pedagogical approach when working with babies, toddlers and pre-school children.

Strength-based Writing

This programme will support the educator to write learning stories, observations and reports using a strength-based approach. Practical examples of how to frame more sensitive comments about children in a strength-based format are included

Creating Learning Stories

A practical and jargon free framework for writing meaningful learning stories that don’t take all day! Plenty of examples of hard copy stories and Mosaic learning stories are showcased in the presentation. Downloadable learning story templates and lots of educator supports are included

Enabling Transition

A programme that looks at transition skills as part of your longer-term aims for children as opposed to an isolated theme. Practical ideas for planning and managing transitions from pre-school to primary school are included as well as sample transition examples.

Settling in Softly

Using a curriculum of care for the settling in period when joining/rejoining the pre-school service. This programme focusses on children’s emotional development and educator self-care.

A look inside Mosaic

A FREE overview of the amazing MOSAIC Learning Story App with sample learning stories, picture stories and voice stories for babies, toddlers and pre-school children. A must if you want a brief introduction to MOSAIC.

Loose Parts Play

This programme is about remembering that the best play comes from things that allow children to play in many different ways and on many different levels. A visual explosion of practical indoor and outdoor ideas and activities are included as well as the benefits of using loose part materials for babies, preschool and afterschool children.

Schematic Patterns in Play for 0-3’s

A must for those working with the younger age groups. 8 main schemas are identified and explained. Sample activities to support children to develop these further are highlighted alongside learning stories with a schema focus and many images of play schemas in action. A downloadable ‘Schema Watch’ educator prompt is included

Seeing Voices

A system to plan and document children’s participation – This programme will help you put a documentation system in place that will spotlight the voice of the child. This programme includes downloadable emergent planning templates designed by Meantóir and completed sample plans for both 0-3’s and pre-school age groups. .

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The early childhood educator is central in enabling children to learn, develop and thrive in an environment where educators are motivated, enthusiastic and willing to embrace change. Continuing professional development opens up new ideas and challenges old ways of thinking and working.

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