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Guidance: Register as a provider of children’s social care services

Guidance: Register as a provider of children’s social care services

Published 9 August 2014
Last updated 22 February 2021 + show all updates

  1. 22 February 2021

    Updated main registration guide throughout for clarity.

  2. 15 June 2020

    Removed the ‘Social care online applications: information for applicants’ document as the guidance is no longer relevant. This follows the release of updated SC1, SC2 and SC3 forms.

  3. 5 May 2020

    Added clarification around the registration process during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  4. 2 November 2018

    Updated information for applicants who have lived abroad obtaining DBS certificates.

  5. 31 August 2018

    Updated information about applications from charities, planning permission documents and accepting copies of DBS certificates.

  6. 6 August 2018

    To clarify our current policy we have amended the text about applicants from abroad.

  7. 24 April 2018

    Updated guidance to clarify that we do not register satellite children’s homes.

  8. 2 February 2018

    All documents replaced: we have updated the types of financial information required by trusts and included more information about children’s homes location assessments.

  9. 29 September 2017

    Updated sections 80-81 about DBS checks and the DBS update service.

  10. 21 April 2017

    Guidance updated to introduce 3 stages of the application process. Applications must include all completed forms and relevant documents.

  11. 18 December 2015

    Annex B and C added; minor changes for clarity in paragraphs 14, 83 and 152 to 154.

  12. 27 March 2015

    Updated for changes to legislation.

  13. 9 August 2014

    First published.

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