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In 2015 all clubs must request a WWC Number from their coaches and managers and others at the club who work or volunteer with children under 18.
NEW Working With Children Guidelines
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The only people who donít have to provide a WWC number to their club are those who donít work or volunteer with children or who are exempt.
- People under 18 years of age
- Volunteer parent who coaches or manages their own child's team
- Volunteer who coaches or manages a close relative's team (see definition below)
- Canteen managers, canteen workers and caterers
- Grounds persons
"Close Relative" - A spouse or de facto partner of the person; or a child, step-child, sibling, step-sibling, parent, step-parents, grandparent, step-grandparent, aunt, uncle, niece or nephew of the person.
Exempt persons who do volunteer work with children should sign a MPD Form and provide it to their club.
What must Coaches and Managers do?
STEP 1: Coaches, managers and others working or volunteering with children under 18 must provide a WWC Number to their club.
To obtain a WWC Number, they must first apply on-line for a WWC Check.
CLICK HERE - To apply for the WWC Check on-line
Once the application has been completed on-line the applicant will receive an APP number.
STEP 2: Take their APP Number and Proof of Identification to the Motor Registry (RMS)
At the Motor Registry the WWC Check is free for volunteers. It costs $80 for paid workers.
After attending the Motor Registry they will receive their WWC Number by email within approx. 2 weeks.
STEP 3: They must provide their WWC Number to their club.
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