What are the vetting requirements?
- Vetting Procedures
Under National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012 to 2016, we are prohibited in allowing anyone to undertake relevant work or activities on behalf of the organisation unless we have received a vetting disclosure from the National Vetting Bureau in respect of that person.
UCD Registry - Admissions is responsible for managing the vetting process with respect to students.
UCD HR is reponsible for any staff vetting which may be required.
The following groups of students are currently vetted.
What are the roles and responsibilities for the vetting procedure?
Upload verified ID
Forward Police Certs
||Certify copies of ID if requested
Ensure candidates who are not cleared don’t go on placements
Coordinate Sharing Agreements
Participate in interviews
Organise events during orientation if appropriate
|Send forms to UG entrants
Notify if Police Cert required
Liaise with NVB
Provide disclosures to Schools
Organise interviews if necessary
Director of Admissions attends interviews
Make disclosure available to applicant
Introducing a vetting requirement requires UPB approval using
How do I get my programme added to the list?PDARF 7
What information is available to help me manage this?
Reports are available on the Admissions and Recruitment tab in InfoHub. These reports are available only to UCD staff working in one of the relevant programme areas. To request access, please email email@example.com with your personnel number, stating your reason for needing access.
Minutes of meetings of the vetting users group and presentations and sample forms are also available.
What other information is available? Full regulations are included in the UCD Student Vetting Policy.
You may also find student vetting page useful
The National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012
Information about "spent" convictions