Last Updated – August 2014
Registration, Inspection and Supply and Disclosure of Information – Regulations 2014
Set out the requirements that those seeking to operate as a CMA have to meet, the information that must be submitted with an application for registration as a CMA (including a ‘statement of purpose’) and the fees for registration as a CMA. They incorporate changes in light of comments from the consultation.
The Childcare (Childminder Agencies) (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2014
Make provision about the cancellation, termination and suspension of the registration of a CMA-registered childcare provider. They also set out the effect on a registered provider if a CMA’s registration is cancelled.
The Childcare (Childminder Agencies) (Cancellation etc.) Regulations 2014
Make consequential, technical and other amendments to a number of sets of regulations under Parts 1 and 3 of the Childcare Act to 2006 account for CMAs. This includes amendments to account for: a childcare provider now being registered with a CMA (instead of Ofsted); and others which deal with the content of a certificate of registration issued to a childcare provider by a CMA