Child Protection , NPC Info & First Aid


BMXSA NPC Cleared Volunteers - Being Updated - 14 June 2018

Coaches & Officials must be on BMXA App or BMXA Website List to be Current - COACH  or OFFICIAL

A valid coach has an up-to-date club membership, coaching accreditation, first aid certificate and working with children check.
Please note: if someone’s name is not on the list they are NOT INSURED to coach BMX.

A valid official has an up-to-date club membership, official accreditation and a working with children check (or statutory declaration if exempt).
Please note: if someone’s name is not on the list they are NOT INSURED to be a BMX Official.

 Please reference any official or coach  status / issues (that are not NPC / WWCC related) in the first instance to development@bmxaustralia.com.au

 ALL personals holding NPC / WWCC credentials are considered Mandatory Notifier  - Here is some info

Info on Child Safe Environments and reporting Child abuse and Neglect  Click Here

BMX Australia Licence on your phone and other stuff ....

You may have heard rumblings around the track that there is a new Virtual membership card, OSM entry App out there being used by some people ...

Well here are the links for you too to use it !!!

Android / Google Play Devices - https://goo.gl/IDtVDQ
Apple / iPhone / iPad Devices - https://goo.gl/oH4YWl

Download it, see what its all about

 


South Australian Working with Children Clearance

DHS screening checks are free for South Australian volunteers

Types of screening checks

The DHS Screening Unit offers five types of screening checks. All types are free for volunteers, no matter how many of the five types are required:

  • Child related employment screening
  • Disability services employment screening
  • Vulnerable person-related employment screening
  • Aged care sector employment screening
  • General employment probity screening.

Applying for a screening check

The process for applying for a screening check has not changed. It is up to the organisation to decide if a volunteer needs a DHS screening check.

Organisation can start an application for a volunteer screening check (and manage all of their applications) through the Screening Unit’s online application portal.All you need to supply is

After an organisation starts a new application, the volunteer receives an email with a link to the Screening Unit website to provide the details needed to complete the application.

Screening applications submitted to the Screening Unit before 1 November used to cost $59.40, paid by either the volunteer or the organisation they’re volunteering for. No refunds are available for applications submitted before 1 November 2018, even if the check is still in progress.

All you need to supply is

Full Name

Date of Birth

Email address

to wwcc@bmxsa.com.au and we will start the process


First Aid - For Coaches and other interested parties

Senior First Aid Training CBD College Adelaide has Nationally Accredited Courses and is very flexible in dates / times for courses .. plus are excellent value for money

http://www.firstaidtrainingadelaidecbd.com.au/


 

 

 

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