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Working with Children Check

During 2013 the NSW Government implemented new regulations in relation to Working with Children Checks (WWCC).  This new regulation includes new procedures that must be undertaken by people wishing to work with children either as employees, volunteers or contractors BEFORE they can do so.

It light of these new regulations it is important for the College to share with you, our parent body, the detail of these new regulations so that should you wish to volunteer at the College in ANY capacity during 2014 and beyond, you are fully equip with the correct and acceptable procedure to follow prior to undertaking any volunteer activity.  Please note: The new Working with Children Check is free but does take some time and effort so you are encouraged to undertake the check well in advance of any volunteer activity you may wish to be available for.

Any person wishing to volunteer at the College must;

  1. APPLY for a Working with Children Check Apply Now for Your Working With Children Check.
  2. VISIT the local Roads & Maritime Services office (formerly RTA) with your WWCC Application Number (your WWCC application number starts with APP) & your PROOF OF IDENTITY.  You will need both your application number and proof of identity for your application to proceed.  A ‘volunteer’ WWCC is free to obtain.
  3. WAIT for your application to be processed by the RMS.  Once processed you will receive the outcome of your application and your WWCC number via email (or post if you don’t have an email address).   Your WWCC Number is valid for 5 years from the date it is provided to you and is valid for anywhere you might volunteer, not just PAC.
  4. SUBMIT your WWCC number to the College by forwarding your WWCC email to enquiries@pac.nsw.edu.au.  Your WWCC number will be validated by College staff and confirmation will provided to you (via email) that you are able to commence volunteer activities within the College.