Re-registering as a childminder
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    Hi there, I deregistered in 2014 and I now want to re-register. Is it a complete new application? I hold a current first aid, have completed the local authority course but back in 2012 and I'm on the DBs update system. So I'm just unsure what I need to do again. Any advice greatly received. Thank you.

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    You need to start your application to ofsted again.

    You shouldnt need to do the course again but all the other checks have to be done so social services/health declaration.

    If your dbs is not home based you may need to redo that too.

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    Thank you.

    Is there a quicker way to apply for a DBS for my Husband? I'm assuming I'll need to redo that as his was a few years ago.

    Not sure if mine is home based. Ill need to check. I've been working in nursery management and then residential child care since.

 

 

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