Below you will find a range of training, instructional and support information for using the RIW System. You can browse the various categories, or type keywords into the search box. If you are new to RIW, please view the Getting Started category.
Knowledge Centre Search
How to complete a Statutory Declaration
A Statutory Declaration is a legal document that can be used to declare that a person has been known by a specific name that is different to their current legal name. A statutory Declaration can be lodged when a qualification or Statement of Attainment is in a different name of the RIW Profile.
A Statutory Declaration can be issued under Commonwealth legislation or state/territory legislation.
The instruction on how to lodge a Statutory Declaration on the RIW System can be found at the following link:
This instruction applies to the following RIW System User Roles:
- Advanced Project Admin
- Employer Admin
- Employer Admin (Premium Functionality Employer)
- Employer Admin - No Payment
- Employer Admin - No Payment (Premium Functionality Employer)
- Employer Admin - Read Only
- Employer Admin - Read Only (Premium Functionality Employer)
- myRIW User (i.e. RIW cardholder)
Step 1: Statutory Declaration Forms
NOTE: The Statutory Declaration form must be completed as per the legislation of the jurisdiction. Most Statutory Declaration forms have printed instructions to guide the declarant and the acceptor.
Step 2: Completion of a Statutory Declaration
NOTE: Any of the following information from the declarant or the person that the Statutory Declaration is made before is missing, the Statutory Declaration cannot be accepted.
NOTE: The Statutory Declaration should be free of mistakes and the content should not be altered. If so, the Statutory Declaration cannot be accepted.
Step 3: Who completes a Statutory Declaration
NOTE: A company administrator cannot make a statutory declaration regarding the circumstances of one of their employees
RIW Knowledge Centre Article Link:
Did you find it helpful?Send feedback