Learn more about WWC Checks from the WWC Screening Unit

Our Community Engagement team holds regular workshops and webinars and also attend forums and conferences. They also deliver customised presentations. 

WWC Check workshop: Keeping Child-Related Work in Check 

Our 2021 workshop includes information about:    

  • The features of the WWC Check;
  • What ‘ongoing checking’ means for employers and organisations;
  • Who needs a WWC Check;
  • Complying with your WWC Check obligations;
  • Managing adverse decisions;
  • Record keeping and useful compliance tools; and
  • Child safety and the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations.
Our next metropolitan workshop is on 1 October 2021. Click here for our current metropolitan workshop schedule.        

This workshop is only for:

Anyone responsible for the management or compliance of WWC Checks in their organisation. This includes HR managers and administrators, tertiary managers/administrators responsible for student placements, volunteer coordinators and member protection officers, managers of people in child-related work and self-employed people in child-related work.

To enrol

Feedback from previous participants:

“I am new to managing WWC Checks and found the session just perfect! The presentation was down to earth and easy to understand. I also had all of my tricky questions answered!”

“I was confident that I knew everything about WWC Checks before I attended the workshop, but left the session realising what I did not know and ready to improve our WWC Check compliance."

Upcoming Workshops in Mandurah September 2021

Our Community Engagement Team, in partnership with the Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries and City of Mandurah are hosting two WWC Check workshops in Mandurah on 9 September 2021. For more information about the community session click here. 
Or to find more about the WWC Check workshop specifically for the sport and recreation sector click here. 


WWC Check Webinars

Page last updated23 September 2021