Child Safe Awareness and Working With Children


In our 2022-2023 season, Member Services devised and commenced to implement an Action Plan based on the SLSA Child Safe Program and the SLSA Child Safe Guideline Handbook. This is aimed at ensuring we take responsibility for implementing the key areas, which include:

  1. Make A Commitment
  2. Follow The Code of Conduct
  3. Report
  4. Screen and Recruit The Right People
  5. Engage and Communicate
  6. Educate and Raise Awareness

Throughout the next season, we will keep our members fully informed and ask you to assist us by participating in parts of the program.  Initially we ask all new members and renewing members to review the below, Child Safe Commitment Statement, SLSA Child Safe Policy 6.04, Queenscliff SLSC Code of Conduct and Report Child Safe Matters.

Child Safe Awareness Module and Working With Children Check Requirements

Queenscliff SLSC will require the following volunteers over the age of 18 to complete the Child Safe Awareness Module and supply a Working with Children Check  (WWCC).

Member Volunteers who assist with Under 18s:

  • MPIO
  • Complaints Manager
  • Child Safe Coordinator
  • Junior Activities Director
  • Age Managers and Assistant Age Managers
  • Nippers Water Safety
  • Youth Program Helper

Member Volunteers if volunteering for more than 5 days per calendar year with Under 18s.

  • Coach/Sweep
  • Trainer/Educator
  • Official/Event Assistants
  • Facilitator
  • Community Education

The WWCC is valid for 5 years and as a volunteer/member of Queenscliff SLSC there is no fee to obtain this check.  If you are intending to be in one of the above roles, please see below for details on to complete the online Child Safe Awareness Module and the WWCC process.  Please note the completion of these requirements is mandatory for anyone wishing to fill one of the above roles, if you fail to complete these requirements you will no longer be able to act in the role until the requirements are met.

How to Complete the Online Child Safe Awareness Module:

  • Login to your Members Area Portal link below;


  • You will then need to go to eLearning in the top menu. Then click on the red box “Login to eLearning” it will take you to the eLearning Platform
  • Then go to the “Training Library” icon down the side bar.
  • Click on View Courses in the tile “SLS – Safety and Wellbeing”
  • Click on the Enrol button in the tile “SLS – Child Safe Awareness” and START

Your assistance in completing this course is greatly appreciated, if you have already completed this course then you do not need to do it again.

Should you need any help logging in please contact the office on

Instructions to complete your Child Safe Awareness Module

Working With Children Check process:

We also would like to advise that due to changes in policy regarding Working With Children (WWC) Queenscliff SLSC will require all members over the age of 18 to supply a WWC Check  (WWCC) for the 2023-2024 season.  The WWCC is valid for 5 years and as a volunteer/member of Queenscliff SLSC there is no fee to obtain this check.

We understand that that this may create challenges for some of our members and we totally understand as it will also create administrative challenges for Queenscliff SLSC.  If you are a member over the age of 18 we would greatly  appreciate any member who does not possess a WWC Check Number to do so prior to next season to assist us.

Should you have or obtain your WWCC prior to next season, could you please email the office on with your details and your check number or fill in the form to the right.

Here is the link to all the details from the NSW Government and to apply on line

Thank you everyone for helping us keep our club and our members safe.

Submit your WWC number to the Club Office

Name as appearce on WWC letter(Required)
DD slash MM slash YYYY
This will Start with WWC and end with a V or E Volunteer (V) Employment (E)
Max. file size: 8 MB.
This is not required if you have filled in the above.
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