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Quy Huy Hoang. Photo: Daniel MunozMaths tutor sentenced to prison for abuse of students
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The Office of the Children’s Guardian says parents are engaging private tutors or coaches without checking their clearance to work with children, potentially putting their kids at risk.

It’s a legal requirement for all private tuition and coaching workers to have a current clearance, but a spokesman for the Guardian said parents are often reluctant to follow through on the checks.

“Parents often make informal arrangements regarding how their children spend their time and this approach can sometimes extend into other areas of their children’s lives, particularly where it’s considered a ‘private’ arrangement,” the spokeswoman said.

There is concern that people barred from working for the Department of Education for misconduct with children can seek work informally in the booming private tutor market.

“This sector includes a large number of individuals who may have moved out of more regulated employment (such as schools and tutoring companies) and who often work as self-employed individuals with children in unsupervised settings, which can increase the potential risk to children,” the spokeswoman said.

She cited the example of maths tutor Quy Huy Hoang, who had no Working with Children Clearance and received a 24-year jail term in April for the sexual abuse of a number of young students over several years.

About 1800 people have been barred from working with children in NSW since the new system began in June 2013.

Currently, there is inconsistency across the states and territories with not all jurisdictions requiring a Working With Children Clearance for tutors.

Mohan Dahl from the Australian Tutoring Association, which requires all NSW members to have such clearances, said “most parents don’t know their rights with regards to private tutors and they really should.

“This is particularly the case when tutors who are contractors with an agency go into the home of the child.”

Mr Dahl said the trend towards tutoring businesses engaging tutors as contractors rather than employees, where the onus is on the tutor to get the checks done, makes it easier for someone to bypass the child protection laws.

“Parents should be extremely careful,” he said.  What to do before you hire a private tutor or coach:Get their full name, date of birth and Working With Children Check APP or WWCC Numbergo to 苏州美甲美睫培训学校kidsguardian.nsw.gov419论坛/parentscheckthecheck and enter the details to verify the tutor or coach is not barred from working with children in NSW.If a parent registers to verify a person who is later barred from working with children, the parent will be notified of the change of status. If anyone suspects an adult is providing services to children without a valid Working With Children Check a confidential report can be made to the Office of the Children’s Guardian online or by phone on (02) 9286 7219.

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