Children’s Guardian launches online Child Safe Self-Assessment

Child-related organisations can now check how they’re performing against the NSW Child Safe Standards by using our new Child Safe Self-Assessment.

Have you done the Child Safe Self-Assessment?

The online self-assessment from the Office of the Children’s Guardian is user-friendly, engaging and interactive, and will help child-related organisations to be safer for children.

It will also help organisations meet their legal obligations under the Child Safe Scheme.

Based on responses, organisations receive a tailored assessment along with a practical action report to help them continue their child safe journey.

The Child Safe Self-Assessment is available in 5 languages: Chinese (traditional and simplified), Korean, Arabic, Hindi and English and is a free resource for all child-related organisations.

Take the self-assessment

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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 and a credit card, debit card, PayPal or PayID account.

If you 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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