7 Questions to Ask Before
Choosing your Guardian....
finding it hard to choose your educational guardian?
These top tips of what to look out for might help you.
1. Are they accredited by AEGIS or SAFE?
Anyone can be a guardian technically but how do you know they are
operating legally and doing all the necessary screening checks on families
and drivers? If the guardianship company has accreditation it means that
they have had independent inspectors checking out their processes. AEGIS
is the only body in the UK who does this for guardianship companies, so
look out for their logo.
2. Are they efficient?
You need your guardian to know what they are doing and have efficient
systems to make sure everything goes smoothly. The last thing you want is
your child stuck at an airport with no driver or no host family to go to at half
term. A good gauge of how efficient they are could be how quickly they
respond to your initial enquiry.