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Committee of Management

ABN: 47 926 092 363        Vic Incorporated Assoc No. A0003850H

The ACC is a Not for Profit community organisation.   The elected Committee of Management is made up of parents and other community members with professional skills in areas including teaching, music, finance, and human resources that give great guidance to the day to day operations of the choir.

President

Vice President

Secretary

Gerard Fullarton
secretary@theacc.com.au

Treasurer

General Members

Dr. Carolyn Hughes-Scholes

carolyn@theacc.com.au

Nicole Wernert
uniforms@theacc.com.au

Rules and Policies

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Child Safety Policy & Procedures

The Victorian Government introduced the Child Safe Standards, which are compulsory minimum standards for organisations that provide services for children and young people (or are used by children and young people), to help protect them from harm.
The purpose of the Child Safe Policy is to ensure that all employees, consultants, contractors or volunteers engaged by the organisation are aware of the Department of Justice and Community Safety’s (the department) commitment and obligation to creating a child safe organisation.
The policy aims to communicate The ACC's commitment to child safety, in a way that can be understood by all, including children and young people, and it explains key features of the department’s approach to meeting the standards.

Privacy Policy

The Committee of Management of The ACC is committed to protecting the privacy of personal information which the organisation collects, holds and administers. Personal information is information which directly or indirectly identifies a person.  The purpose of this document is to provide a framework for The ACC in dealing with privacy considerations.

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The ethical climate of an organisation is an essential element in establishing its credibility and furthering its mission. An organisational culture that takes ethical considerations into account at every point cannot be produced simply by having the Committee lay down a code; ethical principles must arise from consultation with and responsiveness to the organisation’s members, clients, employees, volunteers, and stakeholders. This policy is designed to provide guidelines for procedures that will allow The Australian Children’s Choir to evolve a consensus on the ethical principles that should guide its conduct.

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