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You will be asked for the Ofsted registration number on the childcare provider details section of this form this may also be referred to as the u RN or unique reference number if you do not know your child care providers Ofsted registration number please click on the link provided this link will direct you to the Ofsted website from here you can search for your provider using their name or address for example if I know my childcare provider is called little dragonfly nurseries I would input their name and click the search button then find the correct provider by checking the address and copy there you are n from the Ofsted website and paste it into the Ofsted registration number field on the form you make sure there are no spaces between or at either end of the registration number as this may lead to the number not being recognized press the top your keyboard and for child care provider details will populate the vacant fields if you are happy that all details are correct please enter a contact email address for your childcare providers and click Next to continue with your application some child minders may not permit their name and address information to be made publicly available via office cards website for security reasons therefore a search on their name or address will not return their details you should obtain your child care providers offset registration number from them and enter it directly into the form this will return confirmation as to whether the URM number is recognized or not but request that you provide their name address and contact details also


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I have created a registration form in HTML. When someone fills it out, how do I get the filled out form sent to my email?
Are you assuming that the browser will send the email? That is not the way it is typically done. You include in your registration form a input type=submit and use PHP or whatever on the server to send the email. In PHP it is PHP: mail - Manual But if you are already on the server it seems illogical to send an email. Just register the user immediately.