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A enrolled in and attend a school or francophone school within the meaning of the School Actor an independent school within the meaning of the Independent School Actor. B registered under section 13 of the School Act and are provided with an educational program within the meaning of the School Act. Division 2 — Employee Qualifications.
Division 4 — Supervision of Children. Division 1 — General Care Requirements. Division 2 — Guidance and Treatment of Children. Sections 52 and 55 [harmful actions not permitted; notification of illness or injury]. Ages of children in care programs 2.
Certain programs exempted 3 1 Subject to subsections 2 and 2. Use of terms prohibited if this regulation does not apply 4 A person who does not hold a licence must not do any of the following in relation to a program for children: a use any of the following phrases in any part of the title or advertising of the program: i Group Child Care; ii Preschool; iii Family Child Care; iv Occasional Child Care; v Multi-Age Child Care; vi In-Home Multi-Age Child Care; b imply, directly or indirectly, in any part of the title or advertising of the program, that the primary purpose of the program is to provide care that is regulated under the Act.
Exemptions by medical health officer 5 1 An applicant for a licence or a e may apply for an exemption under section 16 [exemptions] of the Act by submitting an application to a medical health officer. Variations from prior approvals 6 In determining whether to grant an application made under section 5 1 [exemptions by medical health officer] that would affect a an exemption that was granted under section 5 3 of the Community Care Facility ActR. Applications under this regulation 7 A person who makes an application under this regulation must, in addition to any other requirement set out in the Act or this regulation, a make the application in writing to, and in the form required by, the person to whom the application must be made, and b provide any records or other information requested for the purposes of evaluating the application by the person to whom the application must be made.
Others may act 8 1 Anything that may be done under this regulation by an assistant may be done by an educator. Applying for a licence 9 1 A person Looking for someone who care 40 richmond cam dating 40 is 19 years old or older and is not disqualified under section 9. Qualifications for es 9. Continuing duty to inform 10 1 Applicants for licences and es must notify a medical health officer immediately of any change in the information provided under section 9 [applying for a licence]. Posting and advertising of licence and certificates 11 1 A e must display in a prominent place in the community care facility both the licence, including any terms or conditions of the licence, and the name of the manager.
Investigation or inspection Looking for someone who care 40 richmond cam dating 40 1 During an investigation or inspection, a person must not do either of the following: a obstruct a medical health officer; b withhold, conceal or destroy any records or information relevant to the investigation or inspection or required by the medical health officer.
Environment 13 1 A e must ensure that a healthy and safe environment is provided at all times while children are under the supervision of employees. Physical requirements of facility 14 1 A e, other than a e who provides a care program described as Family Child Care or Child-minding, must have for each child at least 3. Furniture, equipment and fixtures 15 1 A e must supply equipment, furniture and supplies that are a of sturdy and safe construction, easy to clean and free from hazards, and b located so as not to block or hamper an exit in the case of fire or other emergency.
Play area, materials and equipment 16 1 A e must have a at least 6 m 2 of outdoor play area for each child, or b if the licence provides more than one type of care program, an outdoor play area that meets the requirement set out in paragraph a for the type of care program, provided by the e, with the largest maximum group size permitted in Column 2 of the table in section 1 of Schedule E.
Hazardous objects and substances 17 A e must ensure that children do not have access to any object or substance that may be hazardous to the health or safety of. Requirements of manager 18 A e must not employ as a manager a person who, at the time that the person is managing the e's community care facility, is also managing another community care facility. Character and skill requirements 19 1 A e must not employ a person in a community care facility unless the e or, in the case of a person who is not the manager, the manager has first met with the person and obtained all of the following: a a criminal record check for the person; b character references in respect of the person; c a record of the person's work history; d copies of any diplomas, certificates or other evidence of the person's training and skills; e Repealed.
Additional criminal record checks 20 1 The e must not permit a person over the age of 12 to be ordinarily present on the premises of a community care facility while children are present, unless the person is of good character and the e has obtained a criminal record check for that person. Continuing health of es and employees 21 1 A e must not continue to employ a person in a community care facility unless the e has evidence that the person continues to comply with the Province's immunization and tuberculosis control programs. Emergency training and equipment 22 1 A e must: a ensure that the community care facility has i emergency exits that meet the requirements of the BC Building Code, and ii a fire drill system that is approved as defined in section 31 of the Fire Services Actand b have an emergency plan that sets out procedures to prepare for, mitigate, respond to and recover from any emergency.
First aid 23 1 A e must ensure that children have at all times immediate access to an employee who a holds a valid first aid and CPR certificate, provided on completion of a course that meets the requirements of Schedule C, b is knowledgeable respecting each child's medical condition, if any, and c is capable of effectively communicating with emergency personnel.
Director of the early childhood educator registry 24 1 The director of the early childhood educator registry is the person who holds the position of Director of the office responsible for the early childhood educator registry in the ministry of the minister responsible for the Child Care BC Act. Special needs early childhood educator certificate and infant and toddler educator certificate 26 The director may issue a special needs early childhood educator certificate or an infant and toddler educator certificate to an applicant who a submits an application to the director, b holds an early childhood educator certificate issued under section 25, b.
Early childhood educator assistant certificate 27 The director may issue an early childhood educator assistant certificate to an applicant who has never before held an early childhood educator assistant certificate and who does all of the following: a submits an application to the director; b has successfully completed, through an educational institution recognized for the purposes of this section in Schedule D, at least one course of a basic early childhood education training program in i child development, ii child guidance, or iii child health, safety and nutrition; c demonstrates to the satisfaction of the director that the applicant i is of good character, ii has the personality, ability and temperament necessary to manage or work with children, iii has the training Looking for someone who care 40 richmond cam dating 40 experience, completed within the 5 years, to be an early childhood educator assistant, and iv demonstrates the skills necessary to be an early childhood educator assistant.
Equivalent programs and courses 28 1 Despite sections 25 to 27 [requirements for certificates]the director may exempt an applicant for a certificate from a requirement under any of those sections to complete a program or course if a the applicant has completed a program or course i in qualifying for another profession, or ii through an educational institution that is not recognized for the purposes of section 25 1 b26 c i or ii or 27 bas applicable, in Schedule D, and b the director considers the completed program or course to be at least equivalent to the required program or course.
Responsible adults 29 To qualify for employment in a community care facility as a responsible adult, a person must a be at least 19 years of age, b be able to provide care and mature guidance to children, c have completed a course, or a combination of courses, of at least 20 hours duration in child development, guidance, health and safety, or nutrition, and d have relevant work experience.
Expiry and renewal of certificates 30 1 A certificate expires on the 5th anniversary after its date of issue. One year early childhood educator certificate 31 1 Despite sections 25 [early childhood educator certificate] and 30 [expiry and renewal of certificates]the director may issue, for a term of one year, an early childhood educator certificate to a person who meets all of the requirements of section 25 except those set out in paragraphs c and d of that section.
Suspending, cancelling or varying certificates 32 The director may suspend or cancel, attach terms or conditions to or vary terms or conditions of a certificate if, in the opinion of the director, the certificate holder a does not meet the requirements described in section 19 [character and skill requirements]or b has engaged or is engaging in conduct that detrimentally affected, or may detrimentally affect, the health, safety or well being of.
Hearing 33 1 In this section, "action"in relation to a certificate, means any of the following: a a refusal to issue a certificate under Division 2 [Employee Qualifications] ; b a rejection of an application to renew a certificate or issue a new certificate under section 30 [expiry and renewal of certificates] or 31 [one year early childhood educator certificate] ; c a suspension or cancellation of, an attachment of terms or conditions to or a variation of terms or conditions of a certificate under section 32 [suspending, cancelling or varying certificates].
Group sizes and employee to children ratios 34 1 A e must ensure that children are adequately supervised by qualified employees in sufficient s to meet the needs of each. Absent employees 37 1 In this section, "absent employee" means an employee described in Column 1 who is a absent because of illness, emergency, vacation or other temporary leave, and b expected to return to regular duties.
Discontinued employment 38 If for any reason an employee described in Column 1 of the table in section 37 [absent employees] ceases employment, a section 37 applies, for up to 30 days from the date the employee ceases employment, as if the employee were absent, and b the e must ensure that, within 30 days of the date the employee ceases employment, the e has sufficient staff to meet the requirements of section 34 [group sizes and employee to children ratios]. Continuous supervision required 39 1 A e must ensure that children are supervised at all times by a person who is an educator, an assistant or a responsible adult.
Maximum hours of care 40 1 Subject to subsections 2 to 4a e must not provide care for more than 13 hours each day to each. Overnight care 41 1 Subject to subsection 3a e may provide overnight care only if the e first gives written notification to a medical health officer. Positioning for sleep 42 A e must ensure that each child is positioned for sleep only on his or her back, unless the child can roll over without assistance. Opportunities for growth 43 A e must, in addition to care, provide children with opportunities for social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth. Program of activities 44 1 A e must provide to children a comprehensive and coordinated program of indoor and outdoor activities that a is deed for the development and care of children, b is appropriate for the age and development of children in each group in the community care facility, and c complies with the program standards set out in Schedule G.
Transportation 45 1 If children are to be transported by vehicle by a e or a e's employees, the e must ensure that the driver of the vehicle a is 19 years old or older, and b holds a driver's that permits the driver to operate the type of vehicle being used. Health and hygiene 46 1 A e must establish a program to instruct children in, and to practise the rules of, health and hygiene.
Nutrition 48 1 A e must a ensure that each child has healthy food and drink according to the Canada's Food Guide, and b promote healthy eating and nutritional habits. Parental access 49 1 A e must ensure that a parent has reasonable access to his or her child while the child is in the community care facility. Access by others 50 If a person is identified under section 57 [records for each child] as a person who is not permitted access toa e must take reasonable steps to prevent that person from accessing the.
Behavioural guidance 51 1 A e must a ensure that behavioural guidance is appropriate to the age and development of the child who is receiving the guidance, and b provide to employees and parents a written statement of the e's policy on behavioural guidance. Harmful actions not permitted 52 1 A e must ensure thatwhile under the care or supervision of the e, is not subjected to any of the following: a shoving, hitting or shaking by an employee or another child, or confinement or physical restraint by another child; b confinement or physical restraint by an employee, except as authorized in care's plan if the care plan includes instructions respecting behavioural guidance; c harsh, belittling or degrading treatment by an employee or another child, whether verbal, emotional or physical, that could humiliate the child or undermine the child's self respect; d spanking or any other form of corporal punishment; e separation, without supervision by a responsible adult, from other children; f as a form of punishment, deprivation of meals, snacks, rest or necessary use of a toilet.
Medication 53 1 Subject to subsection 1. Child who becomes ill 54 If becomes ill while under the care of the e, a e must a provide in the community care facility a quiet and clean resting area for the child, and b ensure that the child is under the close supervision of, i if the e provides a care program described as Child-minding, the child's parent, or ii in any other case, a responsible adult. Notification of illness or injury 55 1 A e must immediately notify a parent or emergency contact if, while under the care or supervision of the e, the child a becomes ill or is injured, or b is involved in, or may have been involved in, a reportable incident described in Looking for someone who care 40 richmond cam dating 40 H.
Community care facility records and policies 56 1 A e must keep current records of each of the following: a written policies and procedures for the safe release of children; b for each employee, the records required under section 19 1 [character and skill requirements] ; c a record respecting compliance with section 22 2 b and c [emergency training and equipment] ; d written policies and procedures that are intended to guide employees in the care and supervision of children; d.
Repayment agreements Records for each child 57 1 A e must keep current records for each child showing a the information set out in subsection 2b if applicable, the information and agreements set out in subsections 2. Care plans 58 1 A e must keep, for each child requiring extra support, a current care plan showing the following information: a the diagnoses relevant to the child's requirement for extra support, as made by health care professionals; b the courses of action recommended by health care professionals to address the needs of the child requiring extra support; c the resources to be made available to the child requiring extra support by the e, including i any adaptation of the community care facility necessary to ensure the child's safety or comfort, and ii any modification to the program of activities necessary to enable the child to participate in or benefit from the program.
Records must be available 59 In respect of a record referred to in this Division, a e must a keep in a single place at the community care facility the records referred to in Looking for someone who care 40 richmond cam dating 40 56 to 58, b keep a record other than one referred to in paragraph a in a place from which it can be retrieved within a reasonable time, on request, and c produce records, on demand, to the medical health officer. How long records must be kept 60 1 Subject to subsections 2 to 5a e must keep all records referred to in this Division for at least one year.
Repealed Repealed. Repealed 74 1 Repealed. Repealed 75 Repealed. Repealed 76 Repealed. Repealed 77 Repealed. Prescribed provinces 78 All provinces of Canada except Nunavut are prescribed for the purposes of section 11 2 b i [powers of medical health officer] of the Act.
Publishing information on official website 79 The prescribed period within which a medical health officer must publish information for the purposes of the following is 30 days: a sections Telewarrants 80 For the purposes of section 9. Appeals to the board 81 A e may make an appeal to the board in writing, in the form specified by the board. Educator and assistant certificates 1 An educational institution listed in Column 1 is recognized for the purposes of a sections 25 1 b [early childhood educator certificate] and 27 b [early childhood educator assistant certificate] if indicated in Column 2, b section 26 c [special needs early childhood educator certificate] if indicated in Column 3, and c section 26 c [infant and toddler educator certificate] if indicated in Column 4.
Disclaimer. Part 1 — Definitions, Exemptions and Other Matters. Division 1 — Definitions. Division 2 — Exemptions from the Act. Use of terms prohibited if this regulation does not apply. Division 3 — Other Matters. Part 2 — Licensing and Facility Requirements. Division 1 — Licensing. Posting and advertising of licence and certificates. Division 2 — Facility Requirements.
Part 3 — Manager and Employee Requirements. Division 1 — General Requirements. Director of the early childhood educator registry. Special needs early childhood educator certificate and infant and toddler educator certificate. Early childhood educator assistant certificate. Division 3 — Certificates.Looking for someone who care 40 richmond cam dating 40
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