Guidance

Children's social care - disqualification from working

This publication was withdrawn on 31 July 2015

This document has been archived as information on disqualification has now been included in the guidance Social care compliance handbook

Details of who is disqualified from working in children’s social care and what options are available to disqualified people.

Documents

Disqualification from working in children's social care

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Disqualification from working in children's social care

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Detail

The law prevents certain people from working in some children’s social care services in order to protect children and young people. This is known as ‘disqualification’. This leaflet details who is disqualified and what options are available to disqualified people.