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The purpose of induction is to introduce new members of staff to an organisation as quickly as possible #dot2dot #croner-i #earlyyears

Posted on 11th February 2013 by Stanley in Industry News

It is now part of the revised Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework that providers must ensure all staff receive induction training to help them understand their roles and responsibilities.

The purpose of induction is to introduce new members of staff to an organisation as quickly as possible. The process should help them to settle in and find their way around, as well as learning about the structure, culture, policies and rules of the organisation.

Take a look at the updated topic on Induction in Croner-i Early Years Management Toolkit for dot2dot. It contains full details of running an induction programme that meets the EYFS requirements, and explains how to evaluate the programme to find out how helpful it is to new employees.

If you are a dot2dot customer and are struggling to access the Croner-i system, please contact one of the dot2dot team on 01204 570390 who will be pleased to assist you.

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