Statutory Requirements and Requirements of Registration
The Statutory Requirements and Requirements of Registration are a set of standards that you must meet in order to become a registered childcare provider.
Statutory Requirements for registered settings
After registration has been granted, the registered person and staff must continue to meet these standards to ensure compliance with the Day Care of Children (Jersey) Law, 2002.
Early Years Statutory Requirements are for settings caring for children from birth to school entry age. The Childhood Statutory Requirements are for settings caring for children from three to 12 years of age.
Requirements of Registration for registered childminders
The Requirements of Registration for Childminders are standards that you must meet when setting up a registered childcare provision in your own home. You must continue to meet these standards while you are registered and providing childcare to ensure compliance with the Day Care of Children (Jersey) Law, 2002.
Childminder Requirements of Registration
As a childcare provider you must undertake training and be qualified to practise.
The manager or owner of a setting is responsible for making sure their employees have the correct qualifications. Qualifications differ depending on what service is provided.
Childhood qualification and mandatory training matrix gives details of what is required to work in different roles in a Childhood setting.
Early Years qualification and mandatory training matrix gives details of what is required to work in various roles in an Early Years setting.
Becoming a registered childminder page gives information on what qualifications and training is required to become registered to care for children in your own home.
Mandatory training and continuous professional development (CPD) opportunities for staff working in registered settings and childminders can be found in the Childrens Workforce Training Directory.