Working with children

It is a requirement that all members of the age of 18 years who are active patrolling members, trainers, camp leaders, involved with nippers as water safety, carnival officials, age managers, team managers, nipper parents,  coaches or assistants, obtain a Working with Children Check (WWCC). Membership will not be complete until we have the Working with Children Check (WWCC) assessment notice from the Department of Justice. A VIT is an acceptable alternative to a WWCC.

As a volunteer it is a straightforward and easy process to get your WWCC and is free of charge.

For further information and the specific club details required to obtain your WWCC click here.

To complete your application visit the Working with children website