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AccessNI Basic Check is a criminal record check carried out by AccessNI, an agency under the Northern Ireland government, to ensure that individuals working with vulnerable groups do not have any criminal history that could put these groups at risk.
An AccessNI Basic Check is required for individuals who work with vulnerable groups, including children, elderly or disabled individuals. This includes roles in healthcare, education, and social services.
An AccessNI Basic Check includes information about an individual's criminal record history, including unspent convictions, cautions, warnings and any other relevant information.
You can apply for an AccessNI Basic Check online through the AccessNI website or through a registered body such as Complygate, which can help you complete your application and guide you through the process.
The typical turnaround time for an AccessNI Basic Check is around 10 working days.
The cost of an AccessNI Basic Check is £32 for a standard check and £40 for a fast track check.
An AccessNI Basic Check is important as it ensures that vulnerable groups are protected from individuals who could put them at risk. It helps to maintain a safe environment for those who are most vulnerable in society.
If you work with vulnerable groups in Northern Ireland, it's important to have an AccessNI Basic Check. Apply online today and ensure the safety of those in your care.
A: An AccessNI Basic Check is required for those working in regulated roles with vulnerable individuals such as children or protected adults, including caring duties, teaching or management, offering personal services, or direct work.
A: Yes, you can apply for an AccessNI check if you live outside Northern Ireland, as long as the position you are applying for is based in Northern Ireland.
A: There is no set time for renewing an AccessNI check. It is up to the employer to decide when a new check is required based on their own risk assessments.
A: The employer or organization conducting the check will review the information and decide whether or not it affects your suitability for the position. They may also give you the opportunity to provide more information or to appeal their decision.
A: No, your AccessNI basic check is specific to the employer and position for which it was requested. You will need to apply for a new check if you apply for a different position with a different employer.