Doesn't the exception below apply? (ie. if there is going to be more than 10 people present, other adults present, and not occurring more than a couple of times a year.)
Who doesn't need a blue card?
A blue card is not required if the person is a:
- volunteer guest of a school or recognised body and are:
- observing or supplying information or entertainment to ten or more people, and
- the activity is for ten days or less on no more than two occasions per year, and
- the person is unlikely to be alone with a child without another adult present.
If this is definitely going to be an often repeated type exercise
then blue cards will be a must, (take 28 days to get, apparently) but
shouldn't be a show stopper for this first time if the conditions below
At any rate, give the blue card number a call and check.
[masked] or 3211 6999.
--- On Mon, 25/6/12, Ing. Walter Hartmann <[address removed]> wrote:
From: Ing. Walter Hartmann <[address removed]>
Subject: Re: [gctechspace] Fwd: July School Holiday Science Program. BOOK NOW!
To: [address removed]
Received: Monday, 25 June, 2012, 12:43 PM
A study in itself ;)
I reduced the problem to a one-liner that works at all times as 'the
spirit of the law(s)' is ever present, everywhere, since there are
If you don't know what you're doing, -
do what's right!
Anything else is in direct contradiction
to good engineering and common sense as it implies making a
simple task complicated.
. . . all the best,
On[masked]:55, Arjen Lentz wrote:
----- Original Message -----
re blue card,
NOT NEEDED AT ALL!
If you are providing private teaching, coaching or tutoring on a
voluntary basis, this is considered to be a private arrangement and
therefore outside of the scope of the blue card system.
Misreferenced, IMHO. What's being offered is not private tutoring. "Bond University presents...." it's an official activity by an org, not something someone does privately in their home.
Thus it becomes the same as me helping out at a school, and for that the rule applies as I wrote previously. Steve himself will also definitely need a blue card, being the teacher on the day.
On[masked]:02, Steve Dalton wrote:
I will be running Lego workshop again 4th July through leaps and
bounds programme. If anyone would like to help me please get in
touch. I do need to check on whether helpers need blue cards or not
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: TechGC<[address removed]>
Date: Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 8:54 AM
Subject: July School Holiday Science Program. BOOK NOW!
Good Morning All,
Leaps and Bounds proudly presents the TechGC July School Holiday
Science Program. See below for more detail and to register.
Bond University presents COMPUTER SCIENCE!
Venue: Bond University
STRICTLY AGES 11 – 14yrs.
Students will participate in various activities which introduce them
concepts in Computer Science. These activities are jargon free and
not involve the use of a computer.
Griffith University presents KITCHEN CHEMISTRY
Tuesday 3rd July
10:30am -12:30pm and 1pm – 3pm
Venue: Burleigh State School
AGES 7 – 10 yrs
Students investigate chemistry in the kitchen to produce bouncy
extract DNA from living cells, and make small acid/base propelled
Gold Coast TechSpace presents ROBOTICS with Lego Mindstorms
Wednesday 4th July
10:30 – 12pm and 1pm -2:30pm
Venue: GC TechSpace 3b/51 Johnston St, Southport
Get started in Robotics with Lego Mindstorms. This session will
introduce you how to create your own robot using Mindstorms
Lego. The session involves construction and programming of a robot,
anything from a car to a ball sorter. You can have a look through
standard designs for something to build or invent your own - then
the Lego software to write a program to control your design. Work on
your own or team up with others from the class, either way you are
sure to get a good start in Robotics and have a lot of fun.
Enquiries: [address removed]
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