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Anyone aged 15 and under who is in a regulated work role can currently be asked to join the PVG scheme in the same way as an adult in the same role but there is no legal requirement.
This course combines with the online courses Signatory Training and Referrals and Recruitment to provide a complete package of training on the PVG legislation and its operation for signatories.
Duty to refer is not widely understood by those who undertake regulated work (PVG roles).
You have been given these guidance notes as you are applying to join the PVG Scheme to carry out regulated work (either paid or unpaid) with a voluntary organisation.
You have been given these guidance notes as you are already a PVG member and are applying for a PVG check to carry out regulated work (either paid or unpaid) with a voluntary organisation.
Please complete and submit this template if your organisation has volunteers/paid staff who no longer carry out regulated work with your organisation.
The Protected Adult checklist can be used to add a new position/role for the organisation. It would be submitted along with the application and allows us to assess the service your organisation provides and ensure the position fits the criteria for regulated work.