Essay about Cyp 3.3 1.1 & 1.3

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CYP 3.3: 1.1 & 1.3 Protection of children act 1999
The protection of children act 1999 helps create a system for identifying persons considered to be unsuitable to work with children by vetting people using the criminal records bureau (CRB). The act includes clauses that set out the child protection duties of local authorities. The Legislation states that local authorities must have a provision of services for children and their families and that every local authority has a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children within their area who are in need. Also that they have a duty to investigate if they are informed that a child who lives, or is found, in their areas; Is subject of an emergency protection order or Is in
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EYFS safeguarding and welfare requirements
These are there to ensure the health, safety and well-being of children and adults, every home nation has a set of standards or welfare requirements which all settings must meet as they are compulsory. Since 2008 in England the welfare requirements have been part of the EYFS, ours are in section 3 of the statutory framework for the early years foundation stage document, they cover in detail the safeguarding and welfare requirements when working under the EYFS umbrella. All standards exist in order to protect children who are being cared for by other people other than their families. Disclosure and baring services
The disclosure and baring services were introduced in October 2009 in England, Ireland and Wales, Scotland run its own parallel equivalent. It is in place to protect children and young people by ensuring that people (working or volunteer) are vetted by the criminal records bureau (CRB) to check whether they pose a risk to children or young people. In November 2010, it became mandatory for all new workers or volunteers to have a CRB check and be registered for an ISA registration number, if already working with children prior to this date then you only need to apply for an ISA number. A CRB check is compulsory in the first instant, thereafter every 3 years at the practice manager’s discretion. If an application

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