As part of this process you will be required to provide a 100 Point Identification Check. There are two (2) ways of doing this:
a) On line Verification – *Provide an Australian Birth Certificate, an Australian Passport or Australian Citizenship Certificate (only one of these can be used and is worth 70 points) AND an Australian Driver’s Licence (40 points). You will need to click on ‘verify’ and provide the certificate or passport and licence numbers.
* It is helpful to have these details with you prior to starting the application as the application cannot be completed until this information has been entered.
Once completed, the DHS Screening Unit will commence processing your application. Upon completion you will receive an email with your WWCC stating CLEARED, which will allow you to participate as a mentor. Please provide a copy of this to your champion.
b) Print and Seek Verification – requires you to print the application and have it, and your 100 Point Identification certified by a Verifying Officer.
Information about your Proof of Identity, including a list of required 100 Point Identification documents is located here https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/rights-and-law/rights-and-responsibilities/screening-checks/apply-for-a-screening-check/print-and-seek
while a list of Verifying Officers can be found here https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/rights-and-law/rights-and-responsibilities/screening-checks/apply-for-a-screening-check/verifying-officers
Once verified scan both certificated Application and certified 100 Point Identification and email it to DHSScreeningUnit@sa.gov.au. Once the application has been processed you will receive an email with the DHS Certificate stating CLEARED, which will allow you to participate as a mentor.
Please note that the other option for a Verification Method suggested by the DHS Screening Unit is ‘Requesting Organisation’. This is not available through ABCN, and we ask that you do not select this option.
If you require assistance throughout the application process, you can contact the DHS Screening Unit direct on 1300 321 592 or through their website (https://dhs.sa.gov.au/contact).
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