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Free Document: Interview Questions

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Free Document: Interview Questions

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These documents are Ofsted compliant at the time of posting and are adapted for Energy kidz use, they will require adapting to your setting.  Seek regulatory advice and refer to legislation before use.  Energy Kidz, magicbooking and The Curvepoint Group do not accept responsibility for the use or misuse of these documents.

We have been working with our friends at Energy Kidz to produce free document templates for you all.  This weeks template is for some free Playworker Interview Questions.  Energy Kidz, also part of The Curvepoint Group, is an Ofsted outstanding childcare provider.  Market-leaders in wraparound care, they operate at over 100 locations throughout the UK.  They have developed their documentation over nearly a decade and it is of a very high standard.  We will be working with them to produce more pieces of document templates for you, for free.  At the minute we’re looking at providing templates such as risk assessments, appraisals, critical incident policies and more.  This is an effort we are making along with our series of best practice blog posts, to help childcare providers of all types and sizes.  If there is anything, in particular, you would like to see, please get in touch with us over on our social media channels and we will see what we can do!  So if you work in childcare and need a crucial piece of paperwork, you can have some from us.  

These questions cover topics ranging from previous experience, health and safety, safeguarding and more.  They also include a checklist of things to make sure are done during and after the interview.  You can even use this template to interview for different roles.  In that case, the structure should help you focus your efforts before, during and after the interview.  It is always a good idea to use a structure for an interview because it will make sure you cover all of the important points.  This should ensure you don’t hire anyone lacking a crucial piece of experience or skill.  Missing something important only increases turnover and will lead to more interviewing, so it’s best to get it right from the get-go. 

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