|Contact Details||Office Hours (Room 213)||Video of procedure|
|Name: Joan Shalvey
Telephone: (021) 4223830
|Tuesday: 11:00 – 12:00
Wednesday: 12:45 – 1:30
Thursday: 12:00 – 1:00
Friday: 11.00 – 12:00
The Cork Education and Training Board is committed to practices which safeguard the welfare of students, young people and vulnerable adults. In this regards, the CETB will require all persons who are considered for courses with Cork College of Commerce (where vetting may be required in order for completion of the course) must be vetted in accordance with the Cork ETB Vetting Policy which is underpinned by the National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012 to 2016.
Courses that require Garda Vetting include Early Childhood Studies (General, Afternoon, Montessori and Special Needs), Advanced Early Childhood Care and Education (Montessori and General), Healthcare Assistant (Day and Afternoon), Nursing Studies, Psychology and Social Studies, Youthwork, Advanced Health Services Supervisory Management Skills, Advanced Psychosocial Awareness and Training, Healthcare Security, Police and Security Studies and Advanced Police and Security Studies.
You need to complete a Vetting Invitation (NVB1) form. This form is available from Joan Shalvey (Garda Vetting Co-ordinator) in room 213 or from your course director. The completed form must be accompanied by [...]
Once you click in to the link, you will see the screen below where you are asked to complete your application. You will be asked initially to enter your email address and date of birth [...]
If you have been tracking your application online, you should see Disclosure Viewed beside your name when your letter has been returned to the college. It takes approximately 2 weeks for the Garda Vetting process [...]
What is the purpose of Garda Vetting?The function of Garda Vetting is to disclose details regarding ‘all prosecutions, successful or not, pending or completed, and/or convictions’ in respect of an individual applicant to a registered [...]