How Do I Train to Be a Childminder?

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To train as a child minder, you are required to take an introductory course in home-based childcare from an accredited training institution recognized by your local authority. You must then acquire a paediatric first-aid certificate as part of your registration. The training is usually offered on a full-time or part-time basis.
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Childminders have to follow the early years foundation stage (EYFS). This provides a structure of learning and care for children from birth to five years. This means they are trained
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Takes about a month up to 2 months, depending on the First Aid, in the UK.
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Contact Early Years Development and Childcare Partnership (EYDCP) by calling Childcare Link for class info. The fee to register is currently £14.
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Ofsted regulates childminders. We all need a Certificate in First Aid for Babies and Children, and must also complete the Introduction to Childminding Practice. We are offered lots
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