To be involved in all Rugby League competitions across Australia all officials and helpers must obtain a Working With Children (WWCC) clearance.
A Working With Children Check is a prerequisite for anyone in child-related work which includes all Rugby League competitions and districts in Australia. It involves a national criminal history check and review of findings of workplace misconduct.
The result of a Working With Children Check is either a clearance to work with children for five years, or a bar against working with children. Cleared applicants are subject to ongoing monitoring, and relevant new records may lead to the clearance being revoked.
The Check is fully portable which means it can be used for any paid or unpaid child-related work in NSW for as long as the worker remains cleared.
The Working With Children Check remains free for:
When to apply for the Check
As a volunteer in the CBDJRL either in an official capacity or as a helper at the ground you must have a successful clearance before you can take up any duties.
Clubs and Sporting Bodies are now phased in with the Registration System now requiring a persons WWCC number and expiry date.
To register or help out at any level of Junior Rugby League in 2015 and are over the age of 18 or turning the age of 18 in 2015 you must have a valid WWCC number and be successfully cleared.
Before any team official or committee member can register and take part in 2015 they must receive their WWCC clearance number.
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