Check the Check WWCC webinar for organisations - 10am to 11am

Child-related employers in NSW have Working with Children Check (WWCC) obligations. This Working with Children Week, join us in this session to learn more about WWCC.

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Check the Check: Working with Children Week webinar. Online, for all sectors

The Working with Children Check (WWCC) has an important role in recruiting and supervising child safe staff. Child-related employers in NSW have obligations to meet WWCC Compliance requirements.

This webinar will help you understand:

  • What is a WWCC and who requires one
  • What is a verification and why is it important
  • The results of a WWCC verification
  • What your organisation’s responsibilities are as a child-related employer
  • WWCC record keeping
  • How the Compliance team makes sure employers are doing the right thing
  • Why you shouldn’t be over reliant on the WWCC, and
  • More ways to become a child safe organisation.

For more information, please contact the Compliance team at

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You can now renew your WWCC by using digital proof of identity – no need to visit a Service NSW Centre.
How to renew using digital proof of identity (POI)

You will need:

  • A MyServiceNSW account with the WWCC service added
  • 3 current identity documents including a NSW driver licence or photo card
  • a device with a working front camera for face verification.

If you're renewing a paid WWCC, you will also need a credit card, debit card, PayPal or PayID account.

If you have an expired WWCC clearance or have changed your name on your identity documents since the last time you renewed your WWCC, you can't renew using digital proof of identity.

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