BNG is a specialist training organisation offering a range of services to the Early Years sector.

We understand that people are the key to success.


Career Development

Find out about how we can care for your career with our full range of courses and skills audits.


Our services can transform a good nursery into a great nursery. There's many reasons to choose BNG from developing your team to delivering training.


Start a career in the early years sector and discover the fun of earning while you learn. Are you eligible? Find out now

Our Partners

See how our services benefit from a great network of support. Find out more.

E-Learning with BNG Training

Take your courses with you where ever you are. On the commute, at home or anywhere that suits you. Our e- learning platform is the one stop-shop for everything you need to ensure the successful completion of a course.

Coming soon

  • • Partnership with parents
  • • What is play?
  • • Social media in the nursery environment

Online Qualifications

We are pleased to now be able to offer a CACHE accredited Level 3 qualification, attainable through an entirely online course.

This new course entitled “Preparing to Work in Home Based Childcare (QCF)” has been developed in collaboration with PACEY,  Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years. 

Find out more and register for the course

News From NurseryWorld

Latest News & Analysis

  • Resources show how tablets can aid literacy 27th Jun 2016

    New research from the National Literacy Trust (NLT) compared the way parents use touchscreens to read at home with children, with their use in early years settings. It found early years practitioners …


Careers & Training

  • DfE criticised over lack of workforce strategy

    A searing Public Accounts Committee report into the 30-hours entitlement noted this week that ‘The department does not have a workforce plan for the early years sector’. The Government says a plan… …


  • Hospital nursery reopens

    The Toybox Day Nursery had its registration suspended for a week, to allow urgent staff training to take place. The setting, open to the children of up to 4,000 members of staff at Salisbury NHS Found …