Welcome to the Working with Children Check Website Western Australia

The Working with Children Check (WWC Check) is a compulsory screening strategy in Western Australia and the Christmas and Cocos (Keeling) Islands.

The WWC Check aims to protect children by:

  • deterring people from applying to work with children where they have a relevant charge or conviction on their criminal record that indicates they may harm a child;
  • detecting new charges and convictions of those people who hold a current WWC Card and preventing them from continuing to engage in child-related work where their criminal record and behaviour indicates they may harm a child; and
  • protecting children by creating awareness that child safety is a whole of community responsibility.

News
09 Feb 2021


Are you new to managing WWC Checks for your organisation? Not sure where to start with your WWC Check compliance? Our new WWC Check Compliance Toolkits are here to help! The toolkits contain a range of documents that you can use to make sure you comply with your WWC Check requirements. These include checklists, recording sheets and policy templates.


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