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Unqualified Staff No Longer Counted In Ratio


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Can somebody direct me to any sites where its stated that all unqualified staff will no longer be able to be counted in the ratio from 2012, I am sure I have read this somewhere and cant for the life of me find it.

 

~Thanks in advance

 

Claire x

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I haven't heard this Claire - I know the Government has an aspiration that every practitioner should have a Level 3 by 2015, but I haven't seen it written anywhere that unqualified staff can't count in ratio.

 

Will be interested to see if anyone else has!

 

Maz

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I haven't heard this Claire - I know the Government has an aspiration that every practitioner should have a Level 3 by 2015, but I haven't seen it written anywhere that unqualified staff can't count in ratio.

 

Will be interested to see if anyone else has!

 

Maz

 

Hi Maz, it could just be me imagining it again, I have found this, which talks about ratios and training to be achieved by 2012, will have to go and check it out.

 

http://childcarejobs.co.uk/home/wp-content...e-27-jan-09.pdf

 

Claire x

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Hi Maz, it could just be me imagining it again, I have found this, which talks about ratios and training to be achieved by 2012, will have to go and check it out.

 

http://childcarejobs.co.uk/home/wp-content...e-27-jan-09.pdf

 

Claire x

 

I read it that to count as qualified you must have the relevant qualification by 2012, but otherwise you can still have qualified and unqualified staff (50/50 currently) otherwise settings would never be able to afford to take on unqualified staff with a view to training, if they didn't count in the ratios

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