Child Protection

Football NSW have issued a revised version of the “Working With Children policy”.

The main points to be aware of are as follow:
  1. The policy applies to all Football NSW affiliated clubs, associations, branches, referees, officials, coaches, managers, technical directors, volunteers and participants for 2018 and onwards.
  2. Which volunteers need a Check?
    • ??Volunteer parents or close relatives coaching or managing their own child’s team and all referees will require a WWC number
    • All coaches and managers for under 18 years teams will need WWC check.
    • Roo ball referees unless over 18 years will not need a WWC check.
    • All stand by referees/club referees for under 18 year teams will need WWC check a relevant for ridge stand by refs on Saturdays.
    • All committee members require a WWC check 
  3. Referees will now have until 30 June 2018 to obtain their WWC number- this is more relevant to official/black&white referees.
  4. The ONLY EXCEPTION is for persons under 18 years old.
  5. Need more information? - Click Here for Football NSW website for full details
Note: The WWC number last 5 years and will be verified by BFC using WWC numbers on the My Football club Portal.

Bangor Football Club Child Protection Officers 
Please contact the below Child Protection Officer(s) of Bangor FC for any related matters:
Hayley Warren Phone: 0430 417433    

Click here to access the NSW Government 'Working With Childern Website"

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