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via Australian Securites Investment Commission (ASIC)
using ReadySearch.com.au &
the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC)
Our service is quick, secure and affordable.
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How to Conduct your Child Care Check
Mandatory Documents for Child Care Applications:
1. A Historical Personal Name checkYou must obtain a current / historical personal name extract from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), showing evidence that the person does not appear on the banned and disqualified register The search documents must be dated no more than three (3) months before the date of your CCS application.
PLEASE NOTE: If the person does not appear on the ASIC data base you will require a letter from us, stating we conducted the required search on a particular person showing nil result. In order to receive your compliance letter, please email the full name and the following details of the person you have searched to email@example.com
Full Name including any middle names:
Date of birth:
Place of birth:
A $52.20 fee for additional search and compliance letter which is payable via our payment link shall be sent to you via email.
2. A Criminal History check via an approved NPCS agency.For each individual nominated in the child care application you must supply;
A certified copy of an Australian National Police Criminal History Check (commonly referred to as a police check) obtained through an accredited agency (Telads / Ready Check is an accredited agency), dated no more than six (6) months before the date of the application.
3. Financial Management check.For each individual nominated in the child care application; You require an extract from the National Personal Insolvency Index database for each of the key personnel, including a Nil Result, dated no more than three (3) months before the date of the application.
4. Working With Children check.Working with Children Checks are issued by state and territory regulatory authorities. The checks are called different things in some state and territories. The Australian Parenting website provides more information about what these checks across Australia. Child care regulations in each state or territory also have different requirements about who needs to have a Working with Children Check. You will need to contact the regulatory authority in your state or territory to find out what the requirements are for your organisation.