Garda Vetting update 28 September 2021

Garda Vetting update 28 September 2021
Garda Vetting

Q: How do I put through a Garda Vetting application with Early Childhood Ireland?
A:

  1. The owner/manager asks the Garda Vetting applicant to complete the NVB1 Vetting Invitation form making sure to sign, date and tick the consent box in pen.
    There is a special Vetting Invitation Form for Under 18’s and a parent consent form
    The applicant provides you with photo identification and proof of address- acceptable Identification is listed on the NVB1 Vetting Form.
    You then keep these 3 documents in the employee file along with their vetting disclosure when it comes through.
  2. The Early Childhood Ireland member logs in to our website -you may need to reset your password if this is the first time you have logged in to our new website.Then you enter the applicants’ information from the NVB1 form into our online Garda Vetting website form. You will notice that your membership number is already completed in the membership field.B. Please don’t enter any punctuation or extra spaces, n/a etc when entering the information as the system is very sensitive. You only need to enter the applicants current address over 3 boxes. If the applicant currently lives overseas, you can enter their overseas address. Make sure the regional postcode is in the postcode box.

If you think you have made a mistake when inputting the form please do not re-enter the information as this will cause duplication in the system. You can let us know by emailing us at vetting2@earlychildhoodireland.ie and we will amend the vetting application for you.

 

Q: How do I know that Early Childhood Ireland has received the Garda Vetting application?

A: When you have successfully entered the applicants’ information you will see the screen below and you will receive a notification email confirming that the vetting application has been submitted to the Garda Vetting Bureau and a link has been sent to the vetting applicant.

Garda Vetting Application

Please check that the applicant has received the link from the National Vetting Bureau (NVB) in the next few hours so that they can complete the application. If the Garda vetting application is entered at night, the applicant will receive their link the next day around 9 am.

The applicant has one month to complete the NVB  link and enter their information.

If you have any queries about the new Garda Vetting process, please see our website https://www.earlychildhoodireland.ie/garda-vetting/ or phone 01405 7102.

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