Once your application has been received, a risk assessment national criminal history check will be completed to determine if you pose any risk working with vulnerable people. If it is determined that you do, you will not be granted this registration.
People with a Class A disqualifying offence will be automatically excluded from participating in a regulated activity involving children or in an NDIS activity. Class A offences include murder, culpable driving causing death, and sexual offences against vulnerable people.
People with a Class B disqualifying offence will be excluded from participating in a regulated activity involving children or in an NDIS activity unless exceptional circumstances exist. Class B disqualifying offences include, but are not limited to, child neglect, drug, fraud and theft offences.