Volunteers play an essential role in our churches and ministries, as well as in op shops, hospitals and schools.
We require all volunteers to be endorsed according to the following steps:
The level of endorsement required for different roles is outlined in the Safe Church Communities Ordinance.
If you are a designated driver for any church program, you will be required to apply for a National Police Check and complete a Drivers Declaration. There may be further requirements depending on your role as a Driver within the program. Check with your Parish Safe Church Communities Coordinator.
For more information and to download the application form, click on the following link: http://www.police.tas.gov.au/services-online/police-history-record-checks/
Remember to contact one of the approved Diocesan officers with authority to sign the Declaration of Volunteer Status for the Anglican Diocese of Tasmania. Here are the current approved Diocesan Officers:
- Gabi Dunn (Launceston)
- James Hornby (Launceston)
- North West:
- Phil Coghlan (Burnie)
- Heather Eaton (Burnie)
- Joel Nankervis (Circular Head)
- James Oakley (Registrar)
- Richard Humphrey (Dean, St David’s Cathedral)
- Pamela Lake (SCC Coordinator)
- Mark North (Kingston)