WWCC Submission

As per the Child Protection (Working With Children) Act 2012 No 51 (‘the Act’)  employers are required to verify all new WWCCs and renewed WWCCs for persons working in child-related work (paid and unpaid). The Diocese of Wollongong is a recognised employer by the Office of the Children’s Guardian for the purposes of the working with children check. Staff at the Office of the Bishop are responsible for the centralised collection, verification, and retention of records related to the WWCC for persons in parishes and ministries (outside of Catholic Education Diocese of Wollongong and CatholicCare) who are undertaking paid or unpaid child related work. To learn more, we invite you to visit the Office of Professional Standards and Safeguarding Resources and Information page.

The Working With Children Check is one of the tools available to keep children safe.  Any information provided, obtained and verified is completed in accordance with The Act. 

To submit a WWCC, please complete the following form.

If you have any questions please send an email to [email protected]

 

WWCC Submission Form

Parish Details

Please include name of Parish and Suburb
Name of person submitting the WWCC Form(Required)

Volunteer Details

Name(Required)
Legal name as it appears on WWCC paperwork, e.g. Mary Jane SMITH
e.g. 21/04/1964
WWCC Ministry Position(Required)
The Diocese of Wollongong determines a role 'child-related' role as per the definition under s6 Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 No 51 and 'religious services' as per section 13 Child Protection (Working with Children) Regulation 2013.

WWCC Details

If you would like to attach any supporting documentation you are welcome to do so below (this is not required for WWCC submission).
Max. file size: 50 MB.

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