Enhanced DBS for ESL Mentors, Activity Leaders & Coordinators

59,00

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a UK national and/or resident only
  • Mandatory for all Kids, Junior, Family & Eurotrip programmes
  • Should be for an ESL Mentor, Activity Leader or Coordinator

Angloville requires its staff to undergo an Enhanced DBS check. This is a standard procedure that helps ensure a safe environment for everyone involved in our programme. Only employers can order an Enhanced DBS on your behalf. Angloville replicates the price set by our DBS provider in the UK. If you don’t already have an Enhanced DBS issued in the last 6 months, you must order your DBS directly through Angloville for the priority processing fee of 59 EUR.

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What is a DBS?

DBS stands for Disclosure and Barring Service. It is a government agency in the United Kingdom that conducts criminal record checks and provides information about an individual’s criminal history. The purpose of a DBS check is to help organizations such as Angloville make informed decisions about the suitability of individuals for certain roles, especially those that involve working with vulnerable populations, such as children. 


Why is the DBS check mandatory for the Kids, Junior, Family, and Eurotrips programmes?

Angloville requires international participants and staff to undergo an enhanced version of the DBS check to ensure the safety and well-being of participants in the programme. As Angloville programmes involve interactions with underage participants, a DBS check is essential to assess an individual’s criminal history in compliance with local laws. By mandating a DBS check, Angloville aims to create a secure environment for all participants and uphold a high standard of safety.


Why order your DBS via Angloville?

  • Fast track DBS processing fee
  • 100% data secure process & GDPR compliant
  • We process over 4000 participants’ applications every year
  • Easy & quick DBS application process
  • Receive the hard copy of your DBS application at home

What are the main steps of the DBS application process?

Angloville can assist you by providing an enhanced DBS in a timely manner and at a preferred price. Here’s the process:

  1. Pay the admin DBS application process fee.
  2. Then, we will confirm your identity with the DBS government agency.
  3. Finally, complete your DBS application online, and you’ll receive the hard copy of your DBS at your postal address a few days later.

Which documents do you need to provide?

Angloville and Aaron’s department must check your identity and confirm it with the DBS Government Agency. Please prepare a clear scan of:

  • Your current valid passport 

And two of the following documents: 

  • Your current driving licence photocard (full or provisional)
  • Utility bill in the UK (issued in last 3 months, mobile telephone bill is excluded)
  • A bank or building society statement (issued in the last 3 months, printed, and mail posted by your bank)
  • A bank or building society account opening (confirmation letter issued in last 3 months)

Once you complete your DBS application file, you will be required to upload these documents on Angloville’s platform here.


Which other documents can be accepted?

Group 1: Primary identity documentsGroup 2b: Financial and social history documents
  • Passport 
  • Biometric residence permit 
  • Current driving licence photocard (full or provisional)
  • Birth certificate (issued within 12 months of birth)
  • Adoption certificate
  • Mortgage statement (issued in last 12 months)
  • Bank or building society statement (issued in last 3 months)
  • Bank or building society account opening (issued in the last 3 months, printed, and mail posted by your bank)
  • Credit card statement (issued in last 3 months)
  • Financial statement (for example pension or endowment, issued in last 12 months)
  • P45 or P60 statement (issued in last 12 months)
  • Council Tax statement (issued in last 12 months)
  • Letter of sponsorship from future employment provider
  • Utility bill in the UK (issued in last 3 months, mobile telephone bill is excluded) 
  • Benefit statement (for example Child Benefit, Pension issued in last 3 months)
  • Central or local government, government agency, or local council document giving entitlement (for example from the Department for Work and Pensions, the Employment Service, HMRC, and issued in last 3 months)
  • Irish Passport Card (cannot be used with an Irish passport)
  • Valid EU National ID card 
  • Cards carrying the PASS accreditation logo 
  • Letter from head teacher or college principal (for 16 to 19-year-olds in full-time education only)
Group 2a: Trusted government documents
  • Current driving licence photocard – (full or provisional) 
  • Current driving licence paper version (full or provisional, issued before 1998)
  • Birth certificate (issued after the time of birth)
  • Marriage/civil partnership certificate 
  • Immigration document, visa, or work permit
  • HM Forces ID card 
  • Firearms licence 

Important: Personal data and privacy 

Angloville is 100% GDPR compliant. All your data is handled in strict compliance with EU data protection laws. 

GDPR is a set of rules established by the European Union (EU), known as the General Data Protection Regulation. Its primary focus is on privacy and personal data, aiming to ensure the protection of your personal information during transfers, both within and outside the EU. For more information, you can learn about this by reading our Privacy Policy in our Terms and Conditions.


If you have any further questions, you can contact us at: +44 330 818 3362 and/or info@angloville.com.

Office hours: 8 am – 5 pm (GMT +1)

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