VAO delivers training around the PVG Scheme

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When you see the letters PVG does it sent you into a panic?
Do you know what PVG stands for?
Do you know what it means?
Do you know what you have to do?

Don’t Panic! VAO are here to help!
Here’s a quick rundown -
The Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) was introduced on Feb 28th, 2011, to ensure that those who have regular contact with vulnerable groups (children and Protected Adults) through the workplace do not have a history of harmful behaviour.
Also the scheme aims to deliver a fair and consistent system that will be quick and easy for people to use, ending the need for multiple written disclosure applications.
The legislation applies to a wide and diverse range of organisations and groups across the statutory, voluntary and private sector that provide services, activities and amenities for children and protected adults.
Did you know that, VAO delivers training around the PVG Scheme, including
• What is and what isn’t regulated work
• How to join Volunteer Scotland Disclosure Services
• How to complete and process the application forms
• How to manage the scheme on an ongoing basis for your organisation.

If you would like to find out more about PVG or register for the next training session, please contact enquiries@vaorkney.org.uk or call 01856 872897

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