Regulatory Inspection Tool, Regulatory Inspection Report, Factual Accuracy Form and CAPA
The Child Care Act 1991 (Early Years Services) Regulations 2016 require the all early years services in Ireland strive for full compliance across all early years regulations however it is accepted that at present there are areas that require greater focus and attention. Resulting from this, the Child and Family Agency introduced a revised model of Pre-School Inspection. From 30th June 2016 the primary scope of early years regulatory inspection will be the areas identified as requiring improvement; Governance, Welfare and Safety. Information on research which informed this development can be accessed here.
This factual accuracy form is an opportunity to correct any factual inaccuracies and request a review of any disputed findings in the Tusla Early Years Inspectorate Inspection Draft Report .Please record the details of any proposed Factual Accuracy Corrections and any disputed findings you wish to be reviewed. Evidence must be included to support representation of factual accuracy or disputed findings. Submissions only accepted on this form (typed) and any supporting documentation to be returned to the Early Years Inspector within 10 working days.
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This Corrective and Preventive Action Form is an opportunity for the service to respond to the inspection report detailing the corrective actions and preventive Actions (CAPA) undertaken to address non-compliances identified in the EYI Inspection Report. The corrective actions and preventative actions are the defined actions necessary for the registered provider to take in order to address the non compliances identified in the Inspection report in order to meet the regulatory requirements. There are two components to the Corrective Actions and Preventive Actions (CAPA) Form.
- Corrective Action(s): the action(s) taken to rectify or eliminate the non compliance identified.
- Preventive Action(s): A Preventive action(s) is the ongoing action (if any) which are required to ensure that the non compliance does not reoccur.
Guidance Information on completing the CAPA form with a sample CAPA has also been included to assist in completion.
This form should be completed and returned by email to the Early Years Inspectors office.
E Learning Training: Managing Unsolicited Information in an Early Years setting.
The aim of this ELearning training programme is to support the Registered Provider to:
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