What is the code of practice for a nursery home?

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A Nursery nurse needs to practice high levels of accountability, confidentiality, trustworthiness, risk management and professional development. A nursery nurse must learn aspects of leadership, parenting and be well equipped in dealing with health problems. All nursery nurses should also adhere to the voluntary code of conduct. The nurses must also have a minimum of a diploma qualification in childcare and education. This is equivalent to level 3 qualifications in early years and development qualification offered by city & guilds.
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The code of practice for a nursery nurse is code 2316. It entails the responsibilities of the professional in the field as; preparing and teaching subjects, preparing and assigning exercises, supervision, discussing progress with the students, etc.
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