Apply online

Organisations must first be registered for online screening. More information about registering for online screening.  Once your organisation has successfully registered, your nominated officers can commence screening applications online.

Applications are normally commenced by the organisation and completed by the individual applicant.  What if I am a sole trader/self-employed person?

Before starting an application

To start an application, you will need your organisation's log-in details that were provided by the DCSI Screening Unit when registering.

You will also need the applicant’s full name, date of birth and their email address.  Other information required during the application process includes:

  • the type of screening required;
  • the applicant type i.e. 'volunteer', 'contractor' or 'employee'
  • an indication of who will be paying for the screening i.e. the organisation or the applicant;
  • details of the role the applicant is to perform
  • the applicant will need to provide proof of identity information

Internet Browser: In order to complete the screening application online, you will need to ensure your internet browser is compatible with TLS 1.1 or higher.  For further information refer to Browser Compatibility (PDF 95.8 KB) and How to identify what internet browser version you are running. (PDF 207.2 KB)

Getting started

Step 1: Start an application online using the online portal.  More information

https://www.dcsiscreening.sa.gov.au/SCHome

Step 2:  Once the employer organisation has initiated an application, the applicant will  receive an email from the DCSI Screening Unit providing login  instructions.  The applicant can then complete their application online using the online portal.

https://www.dcsiscreening.sa.gov.au/SCHome

You will need your log-in and password details to be able to complete your application using the online portal.

For more information about how to complete your application, see FAQs - Applying online for applicants


Hard copy formApplying using a hard-copy form

If you are unable to apply online because of exceptional circumstances you can still apply using a hard-copy form.

More information about applying online