You should carefully consider whom to nominate for the programme, as your setting will only be eligible for the additional capitation while there is a graduate Inclusion Coordinator in place. Your nominee should be committed to your setting and be willing to be appointed as Inclusion Coordinator, and to carry out the…
If your setting has a graduate Inclusion Coordinator in place, no, it will not be possible to nominate an additional staff member. If your appointed Inclusion Coordinator has left your setting, you can then nominate another staff member for the programme.
Yes, absolutely. The LINC programme is designed to support the inclusion of children with additional needs through the development of the role of Inclusion Coordinator in all ECCE settings.
What happens if the graduate Inclusion Coordinator leaves – can another staff member undertake the programme?
Yes. You can nominate another member of staff for the programme should your appointed Inclusion Coordinator leave your setting.