There are many opportunities for parents, carers and family members to be involved in the College as a volunteer.

The College is appreciative of parent and carer volunteers assisting with sport carnivals, taking on a coach, manager and umpire roles for team sports, volunteering time in the College Canteen, assisting at our annual Arts Festival and College Production or being a welcoming face at our Open Day and Welcome BBQ.

Without the generosity of our parent community, it would not be possible for all these events to occur, which our students thoroughly enjoy.

Working with Vulnerable People Registration (WWVP)

In accordance with Tasmanian State Government legislation everyone who volunteers their time at Mount Carmel College must have a Working with Vulnerable People Registration.

Whether you are involved in coaching or supervising sporting teams, undertaking parent help in the classroom or on excursions, assisting in the canteen or helping at a College event, you must first complete a Working with Vulnerable People registration. A copy of your Working with Vulnerable People card will need to be presented to the College Office prior to volunteering for the first time.

Important Documents:

Please ensure that you select Mount Carmel College as the school where you will be volunteering. Please note that it may take a number of weeks to issue your Registration Card.

Volunteers and Online Induction

Volunteers are an important part of our College community.

In addition to obtaining a Working with Vulnerable People registration, all volunteers are also required to read, acknowledge and sign the Catholic Education Tasmania Child Safety Briefing form below and complete the College induction. The induction package will be given to you upon presentation of your Working with Vulnerable People at the College Office.

This ensures the safety and wellbeing of not only our students but also our volunteers and enables everyone to participate in school-based activities in a safe environment.

Important Documents: