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Hi - could someone clarify a vey quick point for me - if you have a member of staff training at Level 3 are they counted as a L3 member of staff during their training ? Thanks

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My understanding is No, not until you have a certificate or proof of passing the course in some way, we used to accept a letter saying they had completed and passed the course from the provider as it sometimes took months to get the certificate..

 

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but there is the issue that as a level 3 in training they should have the opportunity to work unsupervised and in a role where they have responsibilities in order to satisfy the criteria - as long as you make that clear to all concerned and ensure they are not counted as qualified to level 3 before they are then where is the issue ?

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but there is the issue that as a level 3 in training they should have the opportunity to work unsupervised and in a role where they have responsibilities in order to satisfy the criteria - as long as you make that clear to all concerned and ensure they are not counted as qualified to level 3 before they are then where is the issue ?

 

Ours do all of the above - just not counted as qualified in ratios. We are in one big hall so they are never 'on their own' as such. But all are CRB checked so do nappies/toilet runs etc.

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Well Ofsted allowed my Deputy to become Deputy before she had finished her L3. Although she had worked for us for a number of years and this was 2/3 years ago. Of course they would probably have told someone else something different.

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Well Ofsted allowed my Deputy to become Deputy before she had finished her L3. Although she had worked for us for a number of years and this was 2/3 years ago. Of course they would probably have told someone else something different.

 

 

They used to allow it with discretion before EYFS, been a lot stricter since it came in -

 

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