The Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner (the Office) has responsibility for certifying providers of online safety programs.
Individuals and organisations can apply to become a certified online safety program provider and may be eligible for certification if they can satisfy the requirements set out in the Voluntary Guidelines.
The Voluntary Certification scheme has been created to provide schools with the certainty that they can access online safety education providers, certified by the Office.
The funding arrangements for schools to access education delivered by certified providers are due to end 30 June 2018.
However, the Office will continue to accredit new providers until the expiration of the certified training provider scheme on 31 December 2018.