2010 Florida Statutes
Child enrichment service providers.
Child enrichment service providers.—
For the purposes of this section, “child enrichment service provider” means an individual who provides enrichment activities, such as language training, music instruction, educational instruction, and other experiences, to specific children during a specific time that is not part of the regular program in a child care facility.
The child’s parent shall provide written consent before a child may participate in activities conducted by a child enrichment service provider that are not part of the regular program of the child care facility. A child enrichment service provider receives compensation from the child’s parent or from the child care facility and shall not be considered a volunteer or child care personnel.
A child enrichment service provider shall be of good moral character based upon screening. This screening shall be conducted as provided in chapter 435, using the level 2 standards for screening set forth in that chapter. A child enrichment service provider must meet the screening requirements prior to providing services to a child in a child care facility. A child enrichment service provider who has met the screening standards shall not be required to be under the direct and constant supervision of child care personnel.
s. 18, ch. 2000-253; s. 59, ch. 2004-267.