It is the policy of the University of Limerick that students on any of the UL Programmes with a Vetting Requirement or whom the University places or makes arrangements for placement at a relevant organisation as part of the student’s course of education, training or scheme, including any internship scheme, where such placement requires the student to participate in ‘relevant work or activities’ relating to children or vulnerable adults, must be vetted in accordance with the University of Limerick’s Student Vetting Policy.
The University must receive either a vetting disclosure from the National Vetting Bureau or confirmation from the relevant organisation that the relevant organisation has received a vetting disclosure from the National Vetting Bureau in respect of the student.
If a student’s placement involves ‘relevant work or activities’ relating to children or other vulnerable persons, the provisions of this policy apply whether or not the student has unsupervised access to or assumes a position of responsibility with a child or vulnerable adult. This is in compliance with the National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012-2016.
THE STUDENT VETTING PROCESS (click for larger image)
VETTING PACKS FOR DOWNLOAD:
Vetting Pack for Undergraduate Students
Vetting Pack for Postgraduate Students
Vetting Pack for International Students
Vetting Pack for COOP Students
CONFIRMATION OF VETTING
Prior to undertaking the placement element of your programme, your Vetting must be confirmed by the Organisation that has vetted you. The UL Vetting Confirmation Placement Agreement Form is for students who have been vetted by the University of Limerick and must be signed by your Course Director.
The Placement Provider Vetting Confirmation Placement Agreement Form is for students who have been vetted by their Placement Provider and must be returned to UL Complaints, Discipline & Vetting Unit once signed by Placement Provider.
If you need more information on the UL Student Vetting process, please email: ULStudentvetting@ul.ie