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Essential Conversations Online Series

Run over two weeks, ‘Essential Conversations’ is an online series of thought-provoking briefings and masterclasses that cover topical issues that may be controversial (and perhaps not discussed...

Information Sessions for WA Allied Health Practitioners on ACROD parking permits, Companion Card and Changing Places

NDS is pleased to offer information sessions for WA Allied Health Practitioners on ACROD parking permits, Companion Card and Changing Places
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Online Event

WA Sector Readiness Project: Ordering, Receiving, Storage and Reconciliation of S8 and PRN Medications

For service providers in Western Australia, this workshop will provide an overview of NDIS provider responsibilities in relation to S8 and PRN medications and the importance of continuity of supports.

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Dignity of Risk and Duty of Care

NDS is offering this workshop as an opportunity for organisations to send staff to discuss supporting a client’s dignity and life-choices while meeting your duty of care.
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Defensible Documentation

Defensible Documentation workshops are an opportunity for organisations to send staff to learn effective methods of record keeping.
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Scheduled Training

NDIS Commission Masterclass 2: Health Checks and Lifestyle Interventions

Professor Julian Trollor of the UNSW will share research and practical resources in an interactive Masterclass on supporting health checks and promoting healthly lifestyle choices.

Incident Reporting eLearning

notebook, diary, calculator and pen on tabel
Location: eLearning
Date: 1/01/2022 to 31/12/2022

What counts as a reportable incident?

A reportable incident is a serious incident or alleged incident which results in harm to an NDIS participant and occurs in connection with NDIS supports and services.

Support workers will learn the various scenarios where they, or their organisation, would have to report an incident to the NDIS Commission. It also outlines their roles and responsibilities if they witness or are informed of an incident.

Learning outcomes:

  • Identify reportable incidents
  • Understand how to respond to a reportable incident if you witness or hear about one
  • Understand which documents and records you need to keep for reportable incidents

Please note this eLearning has three modules and takes approximately 110 minutes and participants will receive a certificate on successful completion.

For more in-depth training on Incident Reporting, NDS recommends service providers engage their staff in our Defensible Documentation and Incident Reporting workshops.  

Who should enrol?

Essential training for support workers, supervisors and managers and service providers


  • Individual $50 plus GST
Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Alicia Perry, Partnership Liaison Officer, submit enquiry/feedback, show phone number