Early Childhood Ireland is experiencing very high levels of Garda Vetting applications at present. We notice there are duplicate vetting applications submitted on the National Vetting Portal, which can slow down the Garda Vetting process and may be cancelled by the National Vetting Bureau. If you think you made a mistake when inputting an applicant’s
Category: Garda Vetting
The online vetting process has been very successful. Here are some tips to prevent common errors and improve turnaround times: Take your time inputting an applicant’s information. Any errors will delay the Garda Vetting process, especially the email address and date of birth. If these are incorrect, the applicant won’t be able to log in
If you don’t have a unique GNVB number for each one of your Early Learning and Care or School Age setting, please apply now. From January 2020 each Early Learning and Care and School Age Childcare setting must have their own unique GNVB number to be compliant with the National Vetting Bureau.
This week we remind members to send on their GNVB Affiliate Registration letter as soon as they receive it, so we can have their setting reregistered on the National Vetting Portal. Every ELC and SAC setting needs its own unique GNVB number in order to access Garda vetting in the future. We also outline the process for you.