The tool can only be completed by a nominated person in a setting. The data from the audit tool is not available to the general public. However, if you are from a setting you can create a new record. Once the setting has a record you can access that record at any time and update information on the setting and the employees and volunteers.
Data from the audit tool is not available to the general public.
Your setting can:
Local authorities can:
The Teaching Agency can:
National organisations: (such as Ofsted or NCMA):
Any personal information you give to us will always be processed in accordance with the UK Data Protection Act 1998. We will only use the personal information you provide for the purposes you have agreed to, or for other lawful disclosed purposes. Equality monitoring information will not be published or shared with other organisations other than in an anonymised form (e.g. statistics).
Those entering the information (managers/employers) must gain consent of all employees and volunteers for their information to be shared with other organisations in the way described above.
The nominated person is required to input the following data:
Once staff information has been put into the audit tool, it is saved and stored securely. This means settings only have to amend or update staff records when changes occur such as whenever an employee:
We also recommend updates should be done routinely every quarter or pre-inspection.
By completing the audit tool you are able to:
Information about the Early Years workforce qualifications audit tool for settings.