S-4.1.1, r. 2 - Educational Childcare Regulation

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51. To be recognized, a natural person must
(1)  be at least 18 years of age and authorized to work in Canada;
(2)  be able to be present at the home childcare service for all the hours of childcare, except in the cases provided for in section 81 and 81.1;
(3)  show the ability to communicate and establish a friendly relationship with the children and to collaborate with the parents and the coordinating office;
(4)  have the physical and mental health necessary to provide childcare;
(5)  be capable of offering a childcare environment that ensures the health, safety and well-being of the children to whom the person proposes to provide childcare;
(6)  have, in the private residence where the person proposes to provide childcare, sufficient space for the number and age of the children;
(6.1)  provide childcare services in a private residence where childcare services are not already provided;
(7)  be capable of leading and supervising children’s activities to implement the educational program;
(8)  hold a certificate not older than 3 years attesting successful completion of a minimum 8-hour early childhood first aid course including a component on the management of severe allergic reactions or a minimum 6-hour refresher course updating the knowledge acquired as part of the early childhood first aid course;
(8.1)  have successfully completed the training program specified in section 57 and, where applicable, the refresher training specified in section 59;
(9)  be covered by a civil liability insurance policy for an amount of at least $1,000,000 per claim with coverage extending to the person’s activities as a childcare provider and, where applicable, the activities of any adult assistant and the replacement staff members listed in section 81;
(10)  show that the natural person and the persons residing in the residence where the natural person proposes to provide childcare do not have an impediment related to the abilities and the conduct required for home childcare and that they will not impede the carrying out of the natural person’s responsibilities or constitute a moral or physical danger for the children to whom the person proposes to provide childcare; and
(11)  show that the natural person was not convicted of an offence under section 108.2 of the Act during the 2 years preceding the application.
O.C. 582-2006, s. 51; S.Q. 2010, c. 39, s. 28; O.C. 1314-2013, s. 25; I.N. 2014-05-01.
51. To be recognized, a natural person must
(1)  be at least 18 years of age and authorized to work in Canada;
(2)  be able to be present at the home childcare service for all the hours of childcare, except in the cases provided for in section 81 and 81.1;
(3)  show the ability to communicate and establish a friendly relationship with the children and to collaborate with the parents and the coordinating office;
(4)  have the physical and mental health necessary to provide childcare;
(5)  be capable of offering a childcare environment that ensures the health, safety and well-being of the children to whom the person proposes to provide childcare;
(6)  have, in the private residence where the person proposes to provide childcare, sufficient space for the number and age of the children;
(6.1)  provide childcare services in a private residence where childcare services are not already provided;
(7)  be capable of leading and supervising children’s activities to implement the educational program;
(8)  hold a certificate not older than 3 years certifying successful completion of a minimum 8-hour standard first aid course or a minimum 6-hour refresher course updating the knowledge acquired as part of the standard first aid course;(1)
(8.1)  have successfully completed the training program specified in section 57 and, where applicable, the refresher training specified in section 59;
(9)  be covered by a civil liability insurance policy for an amount of at least $1,000,000 per claim with coverage extending to the person’s activities as a childcare provider and, where applicable, the activities of any adult assistant and the replacement staff members listed in section 81;
(10)  show that the natural person and the persons residing in the residence where the natural person proposes to provide childcare do not have an impediment related to the abilities and the conduct required for home childcare and that they will not impede the carrying out of the natural person’s responsibilities or constitute a moral or physical danger for the children to whom the person proposes to provide childcare; and
(11)  show that the natural person was not convicted of an offence under section 108.2 of the Act during the 2 years preceding the application.
(1) The paragraph 8 as replaced by paragraph 4 of section 25 of Order in Council will come into force on 1 April 2016 and will read as follows:
“(8) hold a certificate not older than 3 years attesting successful completion of a minimum 8-hour early childhood first aid course including a component on the management of severe allergic reactions or a minimum 6-hour refresher course updating the knowledge acquired as part of the early childhood first aid course;
O.C. 582-2006, s. 51; S.Q. 2010, c. 39, s. 28; O.C. 1314-2013, s. 25; I.N. 2014-05-01.
51. To be recognized, a natural person must
(1)  be at least 18 years of age;
(2)  be able to be present at the home childcare service for all the hours of childcare, except in the cases provided for in section 81;
(3)  show the ability to communicate and establish a friendly relationship with the children and to collaborate with the parents and the coordinating office;
(4)  have the physical and mental health necessary to provide childcare;
(5)  be capable of offering a childcare environment that ensures the health, safety and well-being of the children to whom the person proposes to provide childcare;
(6)  have, in the private residence where the person proposes to provide childcare, sufficient space for the number and age of the children;
(7)  be capable of leading and supervising children’s activities to implement the educational program;
(8)  hold a certificate not older than 3 years certifying successful completion of a minimum 8-hour standard first aid course or a minimum 6-hour refresher course updating the knowledge acquired as part of the standard first aid course;
(9)  be covered by a civil liability insurance policy for an amount of at least $1,000,000 per claim with coverage extending to the person’s activities as a childcare provider and, where applicable, the activities of any adult assistant and those of the person designated to occasionally replace the natural person;
(10)  show that the natural person and the persons residing in the residence where the natural person proposes to provide childcare do not have an impediment related to the abilities and the conduct required for home childcare and that they will not impede the carrying out of the natural person’s responsibilities or constitute a moral or physical danger for the children to whom the person proposes to provide childcare; and
(11)  show that the natural person was not convicted of an offence under section 108.2 of the Act during the 2 years preceding the application.
O.C. 582-2006, s. 51; S.Q. 2010, c. 39, s. 28.