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How to become a Registered Childminder


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Registered Childminders provide care and learning opportunities for children under the age of 12 in their own home for more than two hours a day for payment.

  • Childminders are registered and inspected by Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) to ensure that they provide a safe and suitable environment for young children.
  • Childminders are self-employed and must work within the ratios set in the National Minimum Standards for Childminders in Wales (this includes childminders own children).
  • It is illegal to care for children for reward (money or money’s worth) unless you are registered.
  • Follow this link for further information on training to become a Childminder:

For more information on how to train and register in Conwy follow this link: CYPOP5 - Understand How To Set Up A Home-Based Childcare Service or contact: 01492 577862 or eydcptraining@conwy.gov.uk

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