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法規名稱(Title) Regulations for Governing Qualifications and Trainings of Professional Personnel of Children and Youth Welfare Institutes Ch
公發布日(Date) 2012.05.30
法規沿革(Legislative) Promulgated by Order Tai-Ne-Tong No.0930093916 on December 23rd, 2004
Amended and promulgated by Order Tai-Ne-Tong No.0980840004 on
February 19th, 2009
Amended and promulgated by Order Tai-Ne-Tong No.09908400223 on April 22th, 2010(Amended Article3、Articles 6、Articles 8 to 10 and Articles 13 to 17)
Amendments to Article 14 & Article 17 First paragraph by Order Tai-Ne-Tong No.0980840004 on February 19th, 2009

Amended according to Tai-Nei-Tung-Tze Order No. 1010840281dated May 30st, 2012 and will be effective from the date of promulgation.
法規內文(Content)

 

 

Amended provisions

Article 1 These regulations are stipulated pursuant to Article 78 of the Protection of Children and Youths Welfare and Rights Act (hereinafter referred to as the Act).

 

Article 2 Professional personnel of children and youth welfare institutes (hereinafter referred to as institutes) referred to in the Act are defined as follows: 
1. Nursers mean personnel who provide educational nursing in a nursery service center or placement and educational institutes; 
2. Educational and care personnel for early intervention and assistant educational and care personnel for early intervention are personnel who provide developmental delayed children with educational and care services in early intervention institutes;
3. Care givers and assistant care givers mean personnel who provide children over two years old with care while living in placement and educational institutes;
4. Daily-life guidance personnel and assistant daily-life guidance personnel mean personnel who provide youth with daily-life care and guidance in placement and educational institutes;
5. Psychological guidance personnel mean personnel who provide children and youth, as well as their families, with consulting guidance services in placement and educational institutes, psychological guidance or family consulting institutes and other children and youth welfare institutes;
6. Social workers mean personnel who provide children and youth with social work services for children and youth entering and leaving institutes, visiting investigation, resources integration, etc. in early intervention, placement and educational institutes, psychological or family consulting institutes and other children and youth welfare institutes;
7. Supervisors mean personnel who are in charge of all the administrative affairs of the institutes.
Educational and care personnel and assistant educational and care personnel referred to in these regulations mean personnel who provide children with educational and care services in nursery schools, nursery service centers, and after-school care service centers before the amendment and enforcement of these regulations on May 30th, 2012.
Article 3 Nursers shall conform with the qualifications prescribed in Paragraph 2, Article 26 of the Act. 
Qualified educational and care personnel and assistant educational and care personnel shall be selected to serve as nursers for ten years from the date of  the amendment and enforcement of these regulations on May 30th, 2012.
 
Article 4 Educational and care personnel for early intervention shall meet one of the following qualifications: 
1. Graduated from junior college or above, with the relevant colleges, institutes, departments, degree programs and courses dealing with medical care, occupational therapy, physical therapy, education, special education, early prevention, early childhood education, early childhood care, society, social welfare, social works, psychology, guidance, children and youth welfare or home economics, or have acquired minor certificates;
2. Graduated from junior college or above, and majored in preschool special education courses or acquired a course-completion certificate of educational and care personnel for early prevention; 
3. Graduated from Senior high school (senior vocational school) or above, and have held the post of assistant educational and care personnel for early prevention for more than three years; 
4. Passed ordinary examination, various public officialsexaminations of social administration and social work grades corresponding to ordinary examination or above; or eligible for the post with elementary rank 3 granted after passing examination of social administration and social work grades.
Personnel graduated from junior colleges and who have acquired qualifications of educational and care personnel for welfare service for the disabled in accordance with the Regulations on Selection and Training of the Professional Workers Providing Welfare Service for the Disabled shall be selected and assigned to hold the post of educational and care personnel for early intervention for ten years from the date of  the amendment and enforcement of these regulations. 
 

Article 5 Assistant educational and care personnel for early intervention shall meet one of the following qualifications:

1. Graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) or above, with relevant programs and courses of early childhood care, home economics and medical care; 
2. Graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) or above, and acquired a special training course-completion certificate of educational and care personnel for early intervention.
 
Personnel graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) and who have acquired qualifications of educational and care personnel for welfare service for the disabled in accordance with the Regulations on Selection and Training of the Professional Workers Providing Welfare Service for the Disabled shall be selected and assigned to hold the post of assistant educational and care personnel for early intervention for ten years from the date of the amendment and enforcement of these regulations.
 
Article 6 Care givers shall meet one of the following qualifications:
1. Graduated from junior college or above, with the relevant colleges, institutes, departments, degree programs and courses dealing with early childhood education, home economics, medical care, children and youth welfare, social works, psychology, guidance, education, crime prevention, social welfare and gender, and have acquired minor certificates; 
2. Graduated from junior college or above, and completed teacher education programs for primary school or have acquired professional training course-completion certificates for care givers;
3. Graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) or above, and have held the post of assistant care giver for more than three years;
4. Passed ordinary examination, various public officialsexaminations of social administration and social work grades corresponding to ordinary examination or above; or eligible for the post with elementary rank 3 granted after passing examination of social administration and social work grades.

Article 7 Assistant care givers shall meet one of the following qualifications:  

1. Graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) or above, with the relevant programs and courses of early childhood care, home economics and medical care; 
2. Graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) or above, and have acquired professional training course-completion certificates for care givers; 
3. With more than three years of care work experience in social welfare institutes; 
4. Passed elementary examinations, various public officialsexaminations of social administration and social work grades corresponding to elementary examinations and above.

Article 8 Daily-life guidance personnel shall meet one of the following qualifications:  

1. Graduated from junior college or above, with the relevant colleges, institutes, departments, degree programs and courses dealing with home economics, medical care, children and youth welfare, social works, psychology, guidance, education, crime prevention, social welfare and gender, and have acquired minor certificates;  
2. Graduated from junior college or above, and have acquired professional training course-completion certificates for daily-life guidance personnel;
3. Graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) or above, and have held the post of assistant daily-life guidance personnel for more than three years;
4. Passed ordinary examination, various public officialsexaminations of social administration and social work grades corresponding to ordinary examination or above; or eligible for the post with elementary rank 3 granted after passing examination of social administration and social work grades. 
 

Article 9 Assistant daily-life guidance personnel shall meet one of the following qualifications:

1. Graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) or above, with relevant programs and courses of home economics and medical care; 
2. Graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) or above, and have acquired professional training course-completion certificates for daily-life guidance personnel; 
3. With more than three years of care work experience in social welfare institutes. 
 

Article10 Psychological guidance personnel shall meet one of the following qualifications:

1. Graduated from junior college or above, with the relevant colleges, institutes, departments, degree programs and courses dealing with psychology, guidance and counseling, and have acquired minor certificates; 
2. Graduated from junior college or above, with the relevant colleges, institutes, departments, degree programs and courses dealing with social works, children and youth welfare, education and gender, and have acquired professional training course-completion certificates for psychological guidance personnel.
 

Article 11 Social workers shall meet one of the following qualifications:

1. Passed examinations of social workers;  

2. Graduated from junior college or above, with the relevant colleges, institutes, departments, degree programs and courses dealing with social works, children and youth welfare and social welfare, and have acquired minor certificates;

3. Passed high examination, various public officialsexaminations of social administration and social work grades corresponding to high examination.

Personnel graduated from junior college or above, who have completed D class training courses for professional personnel training of children welfare under the implementation plan before the enforcement of these regulations, and have acquired course-completion certificates shall be selected to be assigned as social workers for ten years from the date of the enforcement of these regulations.

 

Article 12 Supervisors of nursery service centers shall meet one of the following qualifications:

1. Graduated from a master’s program or master degree program or above from the relevant colleges, institutes and departments specializing in early childhood education and early childhood care in the universities, and have more than two years of care experience in the field of children education and children care;  

2. Graduated from a bachelor’s program or bachelor degree program from the relevant colleges and departments specializing in early childhood education and early childhood care in the universities or have acquired minor certificates, and have more than two years of care experience in the field of children education and children care with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors;

3. Graduated from university, and have more than three years of care experience in the field of children education and children care with acquisition of professional training course-completion certificates of supervisors;

4. Graduated from junior college, and have more than four years of care experience in the field of children education and children care with acquisition of professional training course-completion certificates of supervisors.

 

Personnel graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) with more than five years of care experience in the field of children education and children care, who have completed E class training courses for professional personnel training of children welfare under the implementation plan before the enforcement of these regulations, and acquired course-completion certificates shall be selected to be assigned as supervisors of nursery service centers for ten years from the date of the enforcement of these regulations.

 

  Care experience in the field of children education and children care in the preceding paragraphs refers to educational and care service experiences in nursery schools, kindergartens, after-school care service centers, nursery service centers, early childhood schools or after-school care classes and centers for children, which are based on the years of the service experience certificates issued by competent authorities of the municipal or county (city) government or competent education authorities.

 

Article 13 Supervisors of early intervention institutes shall meet one of the following qualifications:

1. Graduated from a master’s program or master degree program or above from the relevant colleges, institutes and departments specializing in children and youth, early childhood education, early childhood care, social welfare, social works, psychology, guidance, special education and early intervention, and have more than two years of working experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes;

2. Graduated from a bachelor’s program or bachelor degree program from the relevant colleges, and departments specializing in children and youth, early childhood education, early childhood care, social works, psychology, guidance and special education, and have more than two years of working experiences in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors or more than three years of work experience in the post of supervisor in disabled welfare institutes;

3.Graduated from university with one of the professional personnel qualifications specified for educational and care personnel, educational and care personnel for early intervention, daily-life guidance personnel, psychological guidance personnel and social workers, and have more than three years of working experiences in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors or more than five years of work experience as a supervisor in disabled welfare institutes;

4.Graduated from junior college with one of the professional personnel qualifications specified for educational and care personnel, educational and care personnel for early intervention, daily-life guidance personnel, psychological guidance personnel and social workers, and have more than four years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors or more than seven years of work experience as a supervisor in disabled welfare institutes;

5. Passed high examination, various public officialsexaminations of social administration and social work grades corresponding to high examination, and have more than two years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes;

6.Personnel with qualifications of doctors, therapists, psychologists and teachers of special education, and have more than three years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors, or have more than three years of work experience in the post of supervisor of disabled welfare institutes.

 

Article 14 Supervisors of placement and educational institutes shall meet one of the following qualifications:

1. Graduated from a master’s program or master degree program or above from the relevant colleges, institutes and departments specializing in children and youth, social works, psychology, guidance, education, crime prevention, home economics and social welfare, and have more than two years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes;

2. Graduated from a bachelor’s program or bachelor degree program from the relevant colleges, and departments specializing in children and youth, social works, psychology, guidance education, crime prevention, home economics and social welfare or have acquired minor certificates, and have more than two years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors;

3. Graduated from university with one of the professional personnel qualifications specified for educational and care personnel, educational and care personnel for early intervention, daily-life guidance personnel, psychological guidance personnel and social workers, and have more than three years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors;

4. Graduated from junior college with one of the professional personnel qualifications specified for educational and care personnel, educational and care personnel for early intervention, daily-life guidance personnel, psychological guidance personnel and social workers, and have more than four years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisor;

5. Passed high examination, various public officialsexaminations of social administration and social work grades corresponding to high examination, and have more than two years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes;

6.Personnel with qualifications of doctors, therapists, psychologists and teachers of special education, and have more than three years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors.

Personnel graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) with more than five years of care experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes, who have completed F class training courses for professional personnel training of children welfare under the implementation plan before the enforcement of these regulations, and acquired course-completion certificates shall be selected to be assigned to supervisors of placement and educational institutes for ten years from the date of the enforcement of these regulations.

 

Article 15 Supervisors of psychological guidance or family consulting institutes and other children and youth welfare institutes shall meet one of the following qualifications:

1.Graduated from a master’s program or master degree program or above from the relevant colleges, institutes and departments specializing in children and youth, social works, psychology, guidance, education, crime prevention, home economics and social welfare, and have more than two years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes;

2.Graduated from a bachelor’s program or bachelor degree program from the relevant colleges, and departments specializing in children and youth, social works, psychology, guidance education, crime prevention, home economics and social welfare or acquired minor certificates, and have more than two years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors;

3.Graduated from university with one of the professional personnel qualifications specified for educational and care personnel, educational and care personnel for early intervention, daily-life guidance personnel, psychological guidance personnel and social workers, and have more than three years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors;

4. Graduated from junior college with one of the professional personnel qualifications specified for educational and care personnel, educational and care personnel for early intervention, daily-life guidance personnel, psychological guidance personnel and social workers, and have more than four years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisor;

5. Passed high examination, various public officialsexaminations of social administration and social work grades corresponding to high examination, and have more than two years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes;

6.Personnel with qualifications of doctors, therapists, psychologists and teachers of special education, and have more than three years of work experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes with acquisition of professional personnel training course-completion certificates of supervisors.

Personnel graduated from senior high school (senior vocational school) with more than five years of care experience in the relevant social welfare institutes or social welfare institutes, who have completed F class training courses for professional personnel training of children welfare under the implementation plan before the enforcement of these regulations, and acquired course-completion certificates shall be selected to be assigned as supervisors of other children and youth welfare institutes for ten years from the date of the enforcement of these regulations.

 

Article 16 Personnel holding credit certificates issued by domestic schools registered in education competent authorities or foreign colleges, institutes, departments, programs or courses approved by the Ministry of Education shall apply to the central authorized agency for exempt hours in the relevant professional training course.  

The relevant colleges, institutes, departments, programs or courses prescribed from Article 4 in the preceding article shall be approved by the central authorized agency.

Exempt hours in the relevant professional training course in the preceding two paragraphs and approval of the relevant colleges, institutes, departments, programs or courses shall be jointly approved by experts and scholars invited by the central authorized agency, or commissioned professional institutions and groups put in charge by the central authorized agency.

Article 17 Professional personnel recommended in accordance with subparagraph 4, Paragraph 1 of Article 4, subparagraph 4 of Article 6, subparagraph 4 of Article 7, subparagraph 4 of Article 8, subparagraph 3, Paragraph 1 of Article 11, subparagraph 5 of Article 13, subparagraph 5, Paragraph 1 of Article 14 and subparagraph 5, Paragraph 1 of Article 15 shall acquire professional personnel course-completion certificates in each category.

 

Article 18 Professional training courses of qualifications of nursery, early intervention, caring, daily-life guidance, psychological guidance, social works and supervisors include at least the following core courses:  

1. The relevant regulations of children and youth welfare;

2. Children development;

3. Family support and social resources;

4. Parental education;

5. Professional work ethics;

6. Other relevant courses of children and youth.

Same titles of professional training courses studied by personnel in other categories shall be exempted.

 

Article 19 The competent authorities shall handle at their discretion, commissioning senior high schools (senior vocational schools) and above that establish relevant colleges, institutes, departments and degree programs to be in charge of training courses of professional personnel’s qualifications. If necessary, competent agencies shall report such courses under the names of projects to the central authorized agency and commission groups relating to children and youth welfare to be in charge of them.

The competent authorities shall issue course-completion certificates that specify training courses and studied hours to those who pass the training courses; the format of course-completion certificates shall be decided by the central authorized agency.

 

Article 20 Professional personnel of children and youth welfare institutes shall participate in pre-vocational and in-service training.

Article 21 The contents of pre-vocational training shall include a brief introduction of institutes’ environments, service contents, operational administrative systems and the relevant laws, etc. 

 

Article 22 There shall be 20 hours or more of in-service training annually. The training programs shall include both theory and practice.

Article 23 In-service training should be carried out as follows:
1. The competent authorities shall handle the training at their discretion, or commission or subsidize other Institutes or groups to be in charge of the training.
2. The Institutes shall handle the training at their discretion, or commission other Institutes or groups to be in charge of the training.
3. The competent authorities shall handle the training at their discretion.

Article 24 Professional personnel who participate in in-service training shall be given official leave.

Article 25 Personnel who have completed training courses and received course-completion certificates under the implementation plan of children welfare professional personnel training before the enforcement of these regulations shall be deemed as having completed the professional personnel training courses in each category.

 

Article 26 Personnel who have acquired the professional personnel qualifications according to the Regulations Regarding Qualifications of Children and Youth Welfare Professional Personnel before the Regulations are implemented and at present hold the post of the same position shall be deemed as a qualified professional personnel as prescribed in the Regulations.
Personnel in the preceding paragraph transferred to another
position or institute shall acquire relevant qualifications pursuant to the Regulations.

 

Article 27 Institutes which are located in mountainous, remote, offshore islands and aboriginal regions, and sheltering youth delivered to placement guidance according to the Youth Delinquency Act, as well as children and youth who are suspected of being HIV positive or affected by HIV, for which it is hard to select professional personnel, shall report under the names of projects to competent authorities of the municipal or county (city) government for examination, and are entitled to relax the restrictions of personnel qualifications after receiving the consent of the central authorized agency.

 

Article 28 The Regulations shall be effective from the date of promulgation.