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Department for Human Services

Working with Children’s Check

In South Australia, all paid employees and volunteers who work

  • with children OR
  • during the ordinary course of their duties, it is reasonable foreseeable that the person will work with children,

are required to have a valid Working with Children Check (WWCC).

In order to initiate a check, we need your full legal name, date of birth & personal email address.

Once initiated, you will receive a series of two emails from the dhsscreeningunit@ sa.gov.au

The first is to notify you that a WWCC has been initiated, and asking you to activate your account.

The second contains your log in details, asks you to log in to your account and complete the application.

When prompted, select a mode to verify your identification. The choices are :


a) Verify online (Recommended for people with Australian ID)

Enter the details of your Australian drivers license and a current Australian passport, an Australian birth certificate, or an Australian citizenship certificate in to the system on line.

b) Verifying Officer (Recommended)

Email to make a time to have the originals or certified copies of your 100 points of ID verified by the BRUFC permitted verifier(s)

-Kath Devlin-Matthews (Secretary & Child Safety Officer) & -Paula Davies (Member Protection & Information Officer).

c) Print & Send – Print your completed application form, and post it along with with certified copies of 100 points of ID, to the DHS Screening Unit.

WWCC can take up to 6 weeks so it is important to activate and complete the application as soon as you are appointed to a volunteers role. The results will be emailed to you and the BRUFC Verifying Officers.

For information on what constitutes 100 points of ID, click here

For more information on the process, please refer to the DHS Screening Unit website.