Updated: 27/02/2018

All coaches, trainers and managers for CBDJRL Clubs will be able to register online. When clubs have their registrations ready to run the direct links will be ready to post at the end of the article.

It's best advised to obtain your Working With Children Check (WWCC) number NOW to avoid any delays. The process can take anywhere from four days to four weeks depending on backlog of applications and duplication of names.

To hold a position as coach, trainer, manager or committee in Junior Rugby League across Australia all people over the age of 18 need a WWCC clearance before they can register. If you turn the age of 18 during the season you will be required to get the clearance done in time for when you turn 18.

To obtain a clearance fill out the online form by clicking HERE and once completed print out the email or form contain the application number and go to any NSW RTA office with your drivers licence or appropriate photo ID to complete the WWCC clearance application.

Visit the Working With Children Check (WWCC) website for more information and apply for the clearance check NOW. Do NOT wait to obtain your clearance please proceed with it ASAP to avoid any delays.

No one over the age of 18 that wants to be involved with a team, club or referee can register until they have the clearance letter and been CLEARED. The Working With Children Check is now completely compulsory for the 2018 season as it has for the previous two seasons.

Once you have been successfully cleared under the WWCC you can register with the club of your choice.

Players can register by clicking on a club website or by going into and typing in the club of their choice.

If you have trouble registering or unsure of the email address you've entered or haven't entered one you can obtain your login details from your Club Secretary or Registrar.

If you're a player and team official at the same club or different clubs you are required to register as both a player and official for the club.

When registering it gives you the options to tick the coach or volunteer box. Select one or both depending on positions held at the club. If selecting volunteer make sure your most appropriate title is selected.

Make sure all your details are filled out correctly especially due to NRL passes being delivered direct to officials rather than to the club.

By registering as a club or team official you have accepted the Code of Conduct and all policies set out by your chosen club and affiliated organisations Canterbury-Bankstown Junior Rugby League, Sydney Combined Competition, New South Wales Rugby League, National Rugby League, LeagueNet and any Government agencies.

If you need any assistance please don't hesitate to email your chosen club for any help.

Click on your club website link to find out information about registering as an official as well as details about online registrations, sign-on days, pre-season training and club events.

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