How long does it take to become a childminder?


Normally one becomes a registered child-minder within 12 weeks after submitting their application form to Ofsted (Office for Standards in Education, also Children's Services and Skills). The applicant will be informed in case of any delay. Ofsted's main work is regulating and inspecting, and in turn achieving excellence in the care of young people and children, and also in training skills and education for learners of all ages.
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It takes approximately 12 weeks from the time of your application completion through a form to become a registered childminder. Before filling registration form it is relevant to attend pre-registration basic assessment and also a pre-registration briefing session.
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