They cheek all qualifications and photocopy what they need. Forms are easy to fill out and there is always help if you need it.
Yes they do. Even though I am currently working within a school 3 days a week and a governor due to my past history I felt like I wasn't good enough to work for them. I have an enhanced dbs check due to the nature of working with the children and through the nature of working with the children directly or indirectly I wasn't good enough to meet their criteria. I can not answer as to how long background checks take, however I wasn't given a chance to go any further.
References, proof of address, DBS
DBS child and adult workforce, references.
Yes, Teaching Personnel require pre-employment checks including an enhanced DBS to work in schools. Teaching Personnel can help you to arrange this documentation, but if you have it already and are well prepared you can be ready for work quite quickly.
Yes you have to pay £70 for a new DBS and to put it on the update service. It took 1 week for it to come through.
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