Nurseries given more time to adjust for rules

Simon Vevers
Wednesday, December 20, 2006

The enforcement of new childcare regulations in Ireland has been postponed until next September because many daycare settings were in breach of new staffing ratios and police vetting procedures were not in place. The decision to put back implementation from January followed representations made by the National Children's Nurseries Association (NCNA) to allow its members more time to make the necessary changes.

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