Question by  momwants2help (58)

What are the human services requirements for opening a pre-school?


Answer by  patti (29325)

The requirements for opening a pre-school depend on the specific regulations and rules in your state. A number of factors enter it to as well, including the location (your home, a commercial property), how many students you plan to take and the scope of services you plan to offer.


Answer by  jai79 (46)

The human services requirements differ in each state. But, broadly there are some key requirements: the staffing ratio per child (1:4 or 6), training undergone by staff, whether the staff can handle infection and medical requirements.


Answer by  ayannasr (71)

The requirements vary by state. You will be regulated to have a certain amount of teachers for a certain amount of children, which varies by the age of the children.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Everyone on staff must pass a back ground check, including never harming a child in a criminal act or be reported to CPS for neglect or abuse. Everyone must have the necessary protective vaccinations. They may have to have taken child care classes or have a child care license, but this varies from state to state.


Answer by  helol25 (680)

You have to have your child education certificate or ECE to open up a preschool and show your financials as well.


Answer by  SIDDHU (861)

For opening a school you should have the required carpet area where the area is divided into classrooms , toilet, reception. You should also always keep trained teachers because it is they who mould the careers of the students into a good human being. You will also require mausis to take the child to toilet and administrative staff.

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