Everything you need to help your organisation become child safe, including policy templates and samples, resources from our training programs and links to relevant organisations.
The final video in this series will go through the common findings the Compliance team have encountered through their auditing and monitoring work. We will also explain what we will look for if your organisation is selected to participate in an audit.
This video explains how a worker may receive a barred status on their Working with Children Check, along with the different types of barred status and how they occur. We also go through the steps an organisation must take if they receive notification that one of their workers becomes barred and the penalties if they continue to engage a worker without a valid Working with Children Check.
Compliance video 3. This video takes you through the steps for how your organisation can be compliant with the Working with Children Check. We take you through how to register your organisation, how to verify the Working with Children Check of your workers and record keeping requirements. We also explain the different verification results and what they mean for your workers.
This video will help you understand what the Working with Children Check is and how our background checking works. The video also explains the types of roles where a worker or volunteer will need a WWCC to engage in child-related work and why you should not rely only on the WWCC to keep children in your organisation safe.
You will need:
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.