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The latest updates, tips and advice around Disclosure Services and PVGs...
Safer and fairer Scotland as Disclosure Bill receives Royal Assent.
Ann Ferguson, Training & Compliance officer, retires from Volunteer Scotland Disclosure Services after 16 years.
‘Scotland Works for You’ is the name of the collaborative group initiated in early 2017 with the aim of securing opportunities for people with convictions to lead positive, healthy lives that contribute to society.
Join our virtual drop-in sessions Mondays and Thursdays 11.30am-12.30pm on zoom to ask any PVG related questions!
Stage 1 of the Bill Process is almost complete. We are happy to answer any questions you have regarding the Bill process and will share with you any updates.
Disclosure Scotland, as part of the Scotland Works for You alliance group, currently deliver training to organisations which is designed to support employers to consider their approach to fair recruitment processes for people with convictions.
Current Status of the PVG Bill Review
Volunteer Scotland Disclosure Services (VSDS) July Newsletter.
These events will provide you with the opportunity to discuss the PVG Disclosure Bill in greater detail. Various times and locations will be available.
Duty to refer is not widely understood by those who undertake regulated work (PVG roles).