I have been invited to two interviews for early years jobs now, one in nursery and one in reception. These interviews have been arranged through the local teaching pool, the schools are aware my training isn't in early years but have still called me to interview (I'm unsure whether the fact I am a mature student and parent myself has influenced their decision to shortlist me). What I'd like to know is how realistic it is for someone without training in the EYFS to complete a successful NQT year in the EYFS? How much research would I need to do prior to interview? I have never taught in an EYFS class, although I have voluntary experience working in a nursery class for a year. Should I turn these interviews down? I don't want to go along if it's a waste of energy as they just employ someone with lots of experience teaching this age range.