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Garda Vetting update 07 March 2023

Garda Vetting update 07 March 2023
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Garda Vetting forms as Gaeilge

Did you know that all our Garda Vetting forms are available in Irish? You can also fill out both the Early Childhood Ireland online Garda Vetting form and the link from the National Vetting Bureau in Irish.

The forms are located on the Garda Vetting page on the Early Childhood Ireland website.

Forms in Irish

NVB1 Vetting Invitation form (as Gaeilge)

Parent Guardian Consent form (as Gaeilge)

Vetting Invitation form for under 18s (as Gaeilge)

Disclosures

‘Disclosure’ is the term used by the Garda National Vetting Bureau, to describe a completed Garda Vetting.  The Garda Vetting disclosure that is sent regarding an applicant is in both Irish and English.

When an employer/organisation receives a disclosure for an applicant, they need to download it and save it in a secure file on a computer (password protected file at the very least) and print it out to file in the employee record in a secure location, along with the identification documents.

The disclosure is a legal document that should not be tampered with and is non-transferable. If an applicant changes their employment the new employer will have to apply for their Garda Vetting.

Re-vetting requirements – Renewing your Garda Vetting every three years.

The Early Years Quality and Regulatory Framework and best practice recommends that you have your employees re-vetted every three years. The re-vetting process is the same as the Garda Vetting process and is a free service for all Early Childhood Ireland members.

 

If you have any queries about Garda Vetting, please see our website www.earlychildhoodireland.ie/membership/garda-vetting, or you can call our Garda Vetting team directly on 01 405 7102

 

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