Class or kind agreements relate to Relevant Employment Proceedings under the Working With Children Check.
A class or kind agreement is an agreement made between the Commission for Children and Young People and an employer or group of employers which limits some of the relevant employment proceeding reporting arrangements of that employer. Class or kind agreements recognise the conditions of particular types of work.
Under a Class or kind agreement, some types of conduct can be exempted from notification of a Relevant Employment Proceeding.
What is a relevant employment proceeding?
A relevant employment proceeding is a completed disciplinary proceeding where an employer (or professional or other body that supervises the professional conduct of the employee) has found reportable conduct occurred.
For more information on Relevant Employment Proceedings and reportable conduct, please go the Working With Children Check Employer Guidelines.
It is not necessary to notify the Commission for Children and Young People where the conduct is exempted from notification by a class or kind agreement.