Early Learning and Child Care Facility License Renewal Process
On a yearly basis, Early Learning and Childcare Facilities must undergo an annual inspection in order to be granted a Renewal License. In order to prepare the necessary documentation you will be sent a reminder 120 days in advance of the date of your license expiry date. Required documentation must be received by the Early Childhood Services Coordinator assigned to your facility 90 days prior to expiry. The Early Childhood Services Coordinator will complete the annual inspection following receipt of the required documentation. Fire and Health inspectors must also provide a recommendation for renewal. The following steps will assist you in preparation for your annual inspection.
Please note. Early Childhood Services Coordinators no longer require copies of staff documentation for First Aid, Criminal Records, Social Development Records, Staff Medical forms. The renewal form requires the operator to verify that documentation is up-to-date and meets the regulations for all staff. All documents must be in staff files and accessible for review when inspections are completed.
Please note that Tuberculosis test results are part of the staff medical records and must be in the each staff file.