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Disability at Work Conference 2024

Event start date: 23/07/2024
National Disability Services (NDS) calls on employment service providers and other professional employment specialists, to help shape and drive the program for NDS's Disability at Work Conference.

Disability Hot Topics Breakfast NSW

Event start date: 24/07/2024
NDS’s Hot Topics Breakfast provides a forum for disability sector CEOs and managers in NSW to come together to discuss major issues facing the sector, exchange ideas and prepare for the year ahead. 

Behaviour Support Practitioners Community of Practice

Event start date: 24/07/2024
Behaviour support providers from around Australia are welcome to join NDS’s BSP CoP.

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COVID-19: What it is and how to prevent spread

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Location: eLearning
Date: 31/12/2099
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Free and available now - secure your booking for 2024.

COVID-19: What It Is and How to Prevent Spread is an essential course for everyone, especially disability workers.

We have a responsibility to one another to prevent the spread and ensure our health systems stay stocked and ready to treat those at-risk groups.

To that end, etrainu has developed this brief primer on what COVID-19 is and how you can help prevent its spread through simple activities such as proper hand-washing technique, social distancing, and other hygienic practices. The course reinforces these behaviours through brief, engaging activities that help put these essential practices into context.

By the end of this course, you'll be able to:

  • Identify how COVID-19 transfers and who is at risk
  • Identify the symptoms of COVID-19
  • Reduce transmission risk through proper hand-washing
  • Practice social distancing to reduce transmission risk
  • Cough or sneeze in a way that reduces transmission risk
  • Take action if you experience COVID-19 symptoms

Course duration: 30 minutes



Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact the Learn and Develop Team, 03 8341 4307, submit enquiry/feedback.

For technical support with the eLearning training platform, please contact, 07 3114 2958 or access the online helpdesk