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NICHOLAS THOMAS O'NEILL
585 Calala Lane
Tamworth NSW 2340

Surname
First Name
WWC number
Type of clearance
Expiry

O'NEILL
Nicholas
WWC1107852V
Valid for unpaid work only
02/09/2021

Next steps




Provide your WWC number and expiry date to your employer or anyone you provide a child-related service
to, along with your full legal name and date of birth, so that your clearance can be verified online.
Keep your WWC number and expiry date in a safe place to be used for all your child-related work.
If you would like more information, go to http://www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au/check or you can contact
the Customer Service Team on (02) 9286 7219.

Important information about your Working with Children Check (WWCC) clearance:







This check is valid for 5 years and during this time is subject to ongoing monitoring for relevant new
records. It will be reassessed if you commit an offence or are subject to a workplace misconduct finding
that may bar you from working with children.
If your clearance is valid for unpaid (volunteer) work only, you must not engage in paid child-related work.
If you engage in paid work on a volunteer’s WWC number you may be committing an offence pursuant to
section 8 of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 (the Act). Failure to comply is an offence
and may attract a penalty of $11,000, imprisonment for two years, or both.
It is an offence pursuant to section 9 of the Act for an employer to engage a worker that is not the holder
of a valid WWCC. Employers are required to verify online that you have a WWCC.
If you are self-employed you need to provide your WWC number to parents who can then verify your
WWC number using the Children’s Guardian’s online verification system. Verifying will demonstrate to
parents that you hold a valid WWCC and are not barred from providing your services to children.

Update your details
To change your personal details go to http://www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au/working-with-children/workingwith-children-check/apply/apply and click Update your details. For name changes, you will need to provide
proof at a Motor Registry or Service NSW Centre.
To change from a volunteer to a paid check go to http://www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au/working-withchildren/working-with-children-check/apply/apply and click Change from volunteer to paid.


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