Tennis Ireland E-Vetting Process
In line with this recent legislation, it is now mandatory that ALL Garda Vetting Application forms must be accompanied by a fully completed ‘Verification of Identification Form’. This form is located below. Please be advised that applications received without this form will NOT be processed.
Please see below the new Garda Vetting Invitation Application form which must be submitted along with your Verification of ID form. A detailed process is outlined within documents below.
The Garda Vetting process is a vital step in implementing the Code of Conduct and Good Practice for Children in Tennis. Each organisation/club working within tennis is committed to protecting all those working with young people and to providing a safe environment for all. The Garda Vetting process is just one step in the process of implementing the ‘Code’. Leaders should also sign a code of conduct within their club / organisation and children and leaders should be adequately supervised. Please refer to our Child Protection Appendices page here where you can find templates for all your clubs needs in building a safe environment for children in our sport.
For further information please contact our Tennis Ireland Office to speak with Lisa Murphy or Roger Geraghty, Tennis Ireland’s National Children’s Officer.
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Ongoing improvements in the vetting process for those working with children and vulnerable adults has resulted in a specialised body known as AccessNI now being responsible for the processing of all vetting applications in Northern Ireland. The Ulster Branch of Tennis Ireland process all tennis applications and further details are available on their website at the below link:
|Garda Vetting Data Protection Office Guidance Note|
|National Vetting Bureau Act Guidance for NGBs|
|Tennis Ireland Vetting Policy|
|New Parent Guardian Consent Form|
|Garda Vetting Invitation Application|
|Tennis Ireland Verification of Identification Form|