A document which states that the person to whom the notice was issued, has passed a WWC Check.
A person who currently holds a valid WWC Check.
Child / Children
Any person under 18 years of age.
Child Related Work
Work that usually involves, or is likely to involve, regular direct contact with a child or children that is not directly supervised.
Any contact between a person and a child that involves physical contact, face to face communication or physically being within eye shot.
Immediate and personal supervision however does not require constant physical presence.
Interim Negative Notice
An Interim Negative Notice (INN) means that the Department of Justice intends to issue a Negative Notice, but a final decision has not yet been made. The INN provides reason/s why the department intends to issue a Negative Notice and provides the applicant with the opportunity to make a submission and explain why they believe they should pass the WWC Check.
A document that states that the person to whom the notice has been issued has not passed a working with children check.
Working with Children Check
The WWC Check is a mandatory minimum checking standard across Victoria for individuals engaged in child related work. The WWC Check helps to keep children safe by preventing those who pose a risk to the safety of children from working with them, in either paid or volunteer work. This Check is governed by the Victorian Department of Justice.
Relevant Areas include:
Child Care Centres
Early Learning Centre
Outside school hours & vacation programs
Overnight camps for children organised and run by departments of the University
Coaching / mentoring programs for children organised and facilitated by the University
Services provided to, or in connection with, the VCA Secondary School