Volunteer induction training

As part of Marist College Canberra’s ongoing commitment to providing a safe environment for all students, all MCFC volunteers are required to undertake annual Child Safeguarding and Code of Conduct training.

This training is designed to educate and support volunteers and assist them to understand the standards and expectations of the College. It explains the frameworks that are in place to ensure a child safe environment, whilst supporting MCFC volunteers to build positive relationships with the players.

More information on this training is included in the Marist Sports Clubs – Volunteer training guide.


Working with vulnerable people (WWVP) registration

All MCFC volunteers are required to have a valid working with vulnerable people (WWVP) registration. This can be obtained via the online application process at Access Canberra.

MCFC volunteers are also required to:

  • Provide evidence of their WWVP directly to Marist College Canberra via a secure online WWVP Register.
  • Carry their WWVP registration card at all times while working with children, or carry their application receipt if they are awaiting the arrival of their registration.

More information about this requirement can be found in the Working with vulnerable people registration requirements.

Last updated 3 April 2022.

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