Better Boards is pleased to present "Background Checking - Know Your People" in partnership with Brett Holland, Manager at CrimCheck.
Accurate background screening is an essential component of the employee and volunteer recruitment process. Unfortunately, the traditional process for obtaining criminal history checks has proven to be time-consuming.
Too often, the delay leads to the loss of a potential new staff member or volunteer and, in some cases, a decision to overlook the checking process in favour of a speed appointment, which can lead to problems at a later time.
Join Brett as he talks about:
- the differences between mandatory checks and discretionary checks in Australia
- how not all checks are the same
- what you ask for will determine the amount of information released
- how asking for the wrong checks can expose your organisation to unexpected risk.
About the Presenter
Brett Holland spent 26 years in the Air Force in a multitude of roles, including aircraft maintenance, training delivery, national training package development and training standards, human resource management, and finished in an Executive Advisor and Risk Management role.Since leaving the Air Force, he has worked with the Australian Bureau of Statistics and is the Manager of CrimCheck, a Registered Not-For-Profit. Crimcheck is the only not-for-profit organisation providing National Criminal History Checks. In his spare time, Brett volunteers in a variety of roles with the Victorian State Emergency Service, The Department of Environment Land and Water Planning, and Victorian Department of Education.Pricing
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