Garda Vetting Update 7 June 22

Garda Vetting Update 7 June 22
Garda Vetting update 11 july 22

We are delighted that over 2700 members have used our online vetting process and hope you find the new process convenient and user-friendly.

The Garda Vetting process is the same for new vetting applications and re-vetting.

Step 1
NVB1 Form
The applicant manually fills out the NVB1 Vetting Invitation Form and provides a copy of photo identification and proof of address to the owner /manager, who keeps the three documents in a secure employee file.
Step 2
Input to ECI website
The owner/manager verifies the applicants’ identification and then inputs the information from the NVB1 Vetting Information into the ECI Garda Vetting online application form:
https://www.earlychildhoodireland.ie/membership/garda-vetting/garda-vetting-application/
Step 3
NVB send link
ECI uploads the Garda Vetting application into the National Vetting Bureau (NVB) Vetting portal. NVB reviews the application and emails the applicant a link inviting them to complete their vetting application Form.
Step 4
Garda Vetting disclosure
The National Vetting Bureau processes the application and forwards a vetting disclosure to Early Childhood Ireland.
Step 5
ECI forward disclosure
The vetting disclosure is sent by ECI to the owner/manager, who prints it out and adds it to the employee file.

For any Garda Vetting queries please see our website: https://www.earlychildhoodireland.ie/membership/garda-vetting/ or phone 01 405 7102.

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