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  • Barnardos Annual Review 1994 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 1994)
    With a great deal of change taking place, or expected, in several significant aspects of the child care environment it is important for an organisation like Barnardo’s to assess how it needs to adept to meet new challenges. ...
  • Childcare Practice for Voluntary Management Committees 

    Barnardos (Barnardos, 2009)
    This book and the accompanying CD are a training resource pack to support the provision of training to members of Voluntary Childcare Management Committees. The purpose is to provide some of the specialised knowledge ...
  • An Evaluation of Childcare Training for Travellers: Horizon/Barnardo's Project 

    French, Geraldine; O'Flaherty, Julie (Barnardos, 1995)
    This evaluation attempts to assess the operation and success of the City and Guilds Caring for Children, 0-7 years childcare course which was run by Bamardo's in conjunction with Horizon for a group of Travelling ...
  • Barnardos and Travellers: An Independent Feasibility Study 

    Hurley, Maurice (Barnardos, 1995)
    The purpose of this feasibility study was to ascertain whether Barbardo's should be involved with Travellers and, if there should be involvment, what role(s) should Barnardo's have.
  • ‘Working Together Online’ A Barnardos Evaluation of Online Work with Children & Families 2021 

    Dunne, Claire; McCarthy, Niamh; Synnott, Aoife (Barnardos, 2021)
    In March of 2020, as a worldwide pandemic of Covid-19 swept the globe, Barnardos, like many other frontline service providers, were faced with the complex challenge of continuing to support children and families while ...

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