S-4.1.1, r. 2 - Educational Childcare Regulation

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60. To be recognized, a natural person must submit a written application to the coordinating office accredited for the territory in which the residence where the person proposes to provide the childcare is situated, together with
(1)  a copy of the act of birth, Canadian citizenship certificate, permanent resident card or any other document establishing the applicant’s identity, date of birth and right to work in Canada;
(2)  a copy of the act of birth or any other document establishing the identity and date of birth of each child under 18 years of age who ordinarily lives with the applicant and an indication of the hours during which the child is present at the residence where the applicant proposes to provide the childcare;
(3)  a description of the applicant’s work experience and education;
(4)  a physician’s certificate attesting that the applicant has the physical and mental health necessary to provide childcare;
(5)  the names, addresses and telephone numbers of 2 persons other than relatives who have known the applicant for at least 2 years and who are able to attest to the applicant’s ability to act as a home childcare provider;
(6)  the address of the residence where the applicant proposes to provide the childcare;
(7)  the total number of children and, where applicable, the number of children under 18 months of age to whom the person proposes to provide childcare;
(8)  the days and hours of the childcare service including meal and snack times for the children and the scheduled closing days;
(9)  the educational program the applicant proposes to apply and a description of the educational activities and interventions to achieve the objectives set out in section 5 of the Act;
(10)  the documents certifying that the applicant meets the requirements of paragraphs 8, 8.1, 9 and 10 of section 51;
(11)  the emergency evacuation procedure established under section 90;
(12)  if the applicant is assisted by another person, the assistant’s name, address of the residence and telephone number;
(13)  for the applicant and, if applicable, the person who is to assist the applicant, and for each person of full age residing in the residence where the applicant proposes to provide the childcare, the attestation establishing that no impediment exists or, as the case may be, a copy of the consent to investigation of the information required to establish that no impediment exists and the attestation of information that may establish an impediment, current to the date of the application; and
(14)  a copy of the registration certificate for any firearm kept in the residence where the childcare is to be provided.
O.C. 582-2006, s. 60; S.Q. 2007, c. 30, s. 21; O.C. 1314-2013, s. 32; O.C. 249-2016, s. 12.
60. To be recognized, a natural person must submit a written application to the coordinating office accredited for the territory in which the residence where the person proposes to provide the childcare is situated, together with
(1)  a copy of the act of birth, Canadian citizenship certificate, permanent resident card or any other document establishing the applicant’s identity, date of birth and right to work in Canada;
(2)  a copy of the act of birth or any other document establishing the identity and date of birth of each child under 18 years of age who ordinarily lives with the applicant and an indication of the hours during which the child is present at the residence where the applicant proposes to provide the childcare;
(3)  a description of the applicant’s work experience and education;
(4)  a physician’s certificate attesting that the applicant has the physical and mental health necessary to provide childcare;
(5)  the names, addresses and telephone numbers of 2 persons other than relatives who have known the applicant for at least 2 years and who are able to attest to the applicant’s ability to act as a home childcare provider;
(6)  the address of the residence where the applicant proposes to provide the childcare;
(7)  the total number of children and, where applicable, the number of children under 18 months of age to whom the person proposes to provide childcare;
(8)  the days and hours of the childcare service including meal and snack times for the children and the scheduled closing days;
(9)  the educational program the applicant proposes to apply and a description of the educational activities and interventions to achieve the objectives set out in section 5 of the Act;
(10)  the documents certifying that the applicant meets the requirements of paragraphs 8, 8.1, 9 and 10 of section 51;
(11)  the emergency evacuation procedure established under section 90;
(12)  if the applicant is assisted by another person, the assistant’s name, address of the residence and telephone number;
(13)  for the applicant and, if applicable, the person who is to assist the applicant, and for each person of full age residing in the residence where the applicant proposes to provide the childcare, the attestation establishing that no impediment exists or, as the case may be, the attestation of information that may establish an impediment, current to the date of the application; and
(14)  a copy of the registration certificate for any firearm kept in the residence where the childcare is to be provided.
O.C. 582-2006, s. 60; S.Q. 2007, c. 30, s. 21; O.C. 1314-2013, s. 32.
60. To be recognized, a natural person must submit a written application to the coordinating office accredited for the territory in which the residence where the person proposes to provide the childcare is situated, together with
(1)  a copy of the act of birth or any other document establishing the applicant’s identity and date of birth;
(2)  a copy of the act of birth or any other document establishing the identity and date of birth of each child under 18 years of age who ordinarily lives with the applicant and an indication of the hours during which the child is present at the residence where the applicant proposes to provide the childcare;
(3)  a description of the applicant’s work experience and education;
(4)  a physician’s certificate attesting that the applicant has the physical and mental health necessary to provide childcare;
(5)  the names, addresses and telephone numbers of 2 persons other than relatives who have known the applicant for at least 2 years and who are able to attest to the applicant’s ability to act as a home childcare provider;
(6)  the address of the residence where the applicant proposes to provide the childcare;
(7)  the total number of children and, where applicable, the number of children under 18 months of age to whom the person proposes to provide childcare;
(8)  the days and hours of the childcare service including meal and snack times for the children and the scheduled closing days;
(9)  the educational program the applicant proposes to apply and a description of the educational activities and interventions to achieve the objectives set out in section 5 of the Act;
(10)  the documents certifying that the applicant meets the requirements of paragraphs 8, 9 and 10 of section 51;
(11)  the emergency evacuation procedure established under section 90;
(12)  if the applicant is assisted by another adult,
(a)  a description of the adult’s work experience and education;
(b)  a physician’s certificate attesting that the adult has the physical and mental health necessary to provide childcare;
(c)  the names, addresses and telephone numbers of 2 persons other than relatives who have known the adult for at least 2 years and who are able to attest to the adult’s ability to assist the person;
(d)  the documents attesting that the adult meets the requirements of paragraph 3 of section 54 and section 58;
(13)  for the applicant and, if applicable, the person who is to assist the applicant, and for each person of full age residing in the residence where the applicant proposes to provide the childcare, the attestation establishing that no impediment exists or, as the case may be, the attestation of information that may establish an impediment, current to the date of the application; and
(14)  a copy of the registration certificate for any firearm kept in the residence where the childcare is to be provided.
O.C. 582-2006, s. 60; S.Q. 2007, c. 30, s. 21.