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Registering to become a CM (Scotland)

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harverina Thu 12-Jun-14 23:03:09


I am currently in the process of filling out the online reg form to register as a childminder in Scotland. I have written quite a few policies and am trying to make sure that I have the specific policies and statements that they ask for on the form.

Looking at other websites like the Bromley one has made me worried that I don't have enough policies - is it an expectation that you will have all of those policies in place before you register or is this something you can build up your policies over time?

harverina Fri 13-Jun-14 10:08:34

Bump smile

girliesmummy2 Fri 13-Jun-14 10:57:04

You need to have the ones they ask for as they are the main ones . Then as they visit you and discuss things they will tell you if you require additional . Then once your registered or while going through the process things will pop up or things will happen n you ll think oh I better put a policy in place for tht incase it happen again or to prevent it or whatever

nannynick Fri 13-Jun-14 11:46:31

Have a chat with the Scottish Childminding Association.

I would expect that there is a minimum list of written policies that are needed, others optional.

babypowder Fri 13-Jun-14 14:24:48

The Angus Council website has a pack of policies and procedures that can be tailored HERE

It makes for a great starting point, but you do have to make sure that the policies reflect the requirements of your particular setting.

Good luck with your registration!

harverina Fri 13-Jun-14 17:49:38

Thanks everyone.

Baby I have used those policies as a starting point for most of mine.

I feel better now - I thought I needed 100 policies and was starting to panic!

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