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Working with Children
5th January 2017
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In Australia we are required, sadly slightly different in each State, but required to have anyone involved in work with children to gain Police clearance and State authority approval to Work with Children.

Is this a feature that can be added please to the Church Admin plug in?

I have a pdf file of a screen print to attach that shows the minimum type information required for each person in any ministry activity that is remotely involved with working with children. How can I get this file to you please?

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Wayne

5th January 2017
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In the UK it's not a statutory requirement, but we have robust safeguarding policies and criminal records check anyone working with under 18s or vulnerable adults anyway. It would be a big issue if you don't and something goes wrong. Seen the pain caused by a naivety around safeguarding too.

Send me the pdf to clients at the moyles dot co dot uk and I'll take a look.

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6th January 2017
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Sure thing Andy - you will have that pdf today. And I will include a copy of my own WWCC (Working With Children Card) as a sample and guide

The snapshot comes from another (expensive) web based system we partly use and I am thinking Church Admin has all we need except the WWCC particulars you will see from the snapshot. The information collected seems to satisfy at least the requirements of each State jurisdiction down under.

BTW - your upgrades have crashed my system twice in the last two days. I am working away from home and can correct the site but not work out how/why the crashes. Its all been good until now, so I am presuming it cannot be a major issue. It will no doubt be a single line of code affected ... Roll on the weekend! If I get stuck I will send a further note Cool

I am using Themeco's Theme X. Church Admin is currently disabled. Our site is ljbaptist dot com dot au

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7th January 2017
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A few experienced the crash from the updates, but I wasn't, so it was hard to diagnose. V1.092 seems to have solved it.

Will take a look at the children's requirements over the next week or so.

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7th January 2017
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Thank you Andy - appreciated, and blessings!

9th January 2017
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Sent you a beta 😉

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8th April 2017
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I'm interested in this feature too. Can I have a look at the beta you made?

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Tien

8th April 2017
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It's in the live version, under Children Tab

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