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We've just taken on a non qualified with lots of experience. 

I'd like her to take a qualification, but they'll only do it if fully funded. I will be honest I'm not actually looking into it (shock horror) I feel if they want it fully funded they can do the research for it!    Luckily for us as we have 6  qualified so works ok for now.

 

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Myself and deputy are level 3 so if one of us is away the unqualified cannot be the other person.

In group settings, the manager must hold at least a full and relevant28 level 329 qualification and at least half of all other staff must hold at least a full and relevant level 2 qualification. The manager should have at least two years’ experience of working in an early years setting, or have at least two years’ other suitable experience. The provider must ensure there is a named deputy who, in their judgement, is capable and qualified to take charge in the manager’s absence.

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The EYFS qualified ratio requirement states 

In group settings, the manager must hold at least a full and relevant level 3 qualification and at least half of all other staff must hold at least a full and relevant level 2 qualification

 

Nothing about not employing unqualified staff nor about them not being counted in ratio. 

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