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    I'm planning to have my daughter to help me as my part-time "assistant" and also do a few school runs in the future. Would she need to be registered as well?

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    no , you do her ey2 and dbs , she would need to do the paediatric first aid , but she doesn't need to register as a cm. you just let ofsted know that she is your assistant . there's a great factsheet on assistants in the free downloads

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    Quote Originally Posted by mama2three View Post
    no , you do her ey2 and dbs , she would need to do the paediatric first aid , but she doesn't need to register as a cm. you just let ofsted know that she is your assistant . there's a great factsheet on assistants in the free downloads
    Thank you that was very helpful

 

 

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