How to open a kindergarten during martial law in Ukraine?

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Since the days of COVID-19, many have become accustomed to distance education. But not all types of education can work online. For example, preschool education.
The activities of ordinary (offline) kindergartens remain relevant, because it is impossible to imagine the possibility of fulfilling the goals of preschool education through distance learning. At the same time, opening such an institution, even if you have premises and skilled workers, requires much more preparation. 

We will meticulously examine a vital aspect: the requirements for obtaining an Educational License. Our team of experts has extensive practical experience in licensing educational institutions – over 15 years- and is prepared to share crucial information and offer support through every phase of your kindergarten's creation and growth. We assure you a successful license acquisition on your first attempt, providing dependable and professional assistance. Additionally, we extend detailed consultations and a broad array of post-licensing services, including legal, financial, and HR consulting. We aim to streamline and simplify the process of launching and developing your kindergarten, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience for you.

Basic requirements for kindergarten premises

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Publication date: 21/02/2023
Marina Losenko

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Name: Marina Losenko

Position: Associate

Education: National Aviation University

Knowledge of languages: Russian, Ukrainian

Email: [email protected]

Marina Losenko is a lawyer of the company, specializing in corporate law and intellectual property law.

Marina has extensive experience of registration and dissolution of enterprises, charities and non-governmental organizations, representative offices of foreign companies as well as formalization of changes to registration information of the entities.

For quite a long time she has been working in the field of licensing and obtained licenses for different types of business activities including sale of medicines (license for activities of drugstores); wholesale of pesticides and agrochemicals; activities with scrap; activities with hazardous wastes; operations with scrap of precious metals and gemstones; private security services; transportation; tour services; use of redio frequency resource; IPTV services, etc.

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