NCSS Auditor Register – How to join
ACSL is seeking expressions of interest for suitably qualified auditors and assessors to join the National Catholic Safeguarding Standards (NCSS) Auditor Register.
ACSL has established the NCSS Auditor Register to support a national, consistent approach to safeguarding across the Church. The Register can be used by Church Authorities to select a competent auditor or assessor to assess their safeguarding policies, procedures, and practices against the National Catholic Safeguarding Standards. The Register is an integral part of both the NCSS Self-Assessment Portal and the ACSL Audit process.
Information for auditors and assessors seeking to register interest for the NCSS Auditor Register
The Information Pack outlines the requirement for auditors and assessors and contains a link to the registration form. To be registered, individual auditors or assessors are required to undertake an induction training workshop, in which the scope of the NCSS audits, which include the requirements needed to meet the recommendations of the Royal Commission, will be covered.
Auditor Induction Program
*New session dates coming soon*
This program is for External Auditors seeking to be included on the NCSS Auditor Register. It covers the National Catholic Safeguarding Standards which incorporate the National Child Safe Principles as well as the additional commitments made by the Catholic Church following the Royal Commission Report in 2017.
The NCSS Auditor Induction Program is held online as 3 x 4 hour workshops.
There are three sessions:
- Session 1: The National Catholic Safeguarding Standards (NCSS) their development and status and applying the ACSL risk-based and review framework.
- Session 2: The NCSS Audit process in a Catholic environment.
- Session 3: Audit documentation and reporting requirements.
NCSS Auditor Register
Details of registered NCSS auditors and assessors will appear here as they join the panel.
For all enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.