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In Conflict? How to Transform Conflict using Futures Methods

NDS invites you to "In Conflict? How to Transform Conflict using Futures Methods" with Professor Ivana Milojević, the second webinar in the NDS Futures in the Disability Sector series.
Sector Meeting
Sector Meeting

Conversation with the Chief Economist

NDS is hosting a pricing forum for Tasmanian disability service providers with Dr David Cullen, Chief Economist NDIA.
Sector Meeting
Sector Meeting

Complexity: NDS Professional Community of Practice Meetings

The Complexity CoP focuses on the operational issues emerging for organisations that support people with complex needs.

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In-house Training

Manual Handling face-to-face training

After COVID-19 restrictions ease NDS will again be offering Manual Handling face-to-face training where our facilitator will demonstrate manual handling techniques, practical applications and looking...
Online Training
Online Training

Consumer Choice, Dignity and Risk

This three-hour interactive workshop, will give you the confidence to support a client's dignity and life choices whilst successfully meeting accreditation standards and defending your duty of care as...
NDS Training
NDS Training

Zero Tolerance suite of resources for Organisations

Organisations are able to purchase the NDS Zero Tolerance suite of tools and resources to host on your own Learning Management System.

Infection, Prevention & Control

A female disability worker looking and smiling at a seated older woman
Location: National (Online)
Date: 1/01/2020 to 30/06/2021

This comprehensive course written by subject matter experts which outlines strategies to successfully prevent and control the spread of infection which has never been more important than it is today.

This course equips workers with the latest evidence based knowledge required to prevent and control infection according to current Work Health Safety (WHS) legislation, standards and industry codes of practice.

Content covers:
• identifying the risk of infection;
• responding appropriately to situations that pose an infection risk and reporting accordingly;
• identifying common infections;
• recognising the modes of transmission of infection;
• applying standard precautions as part of own work routine;
• recognising situations when transmission based precautions may be required and reporting accordingly; and
• applying transmission based precautions when standard precautions may not be sufficient to control infections.


  • Individual access: $35.00 plus GST for 12 months 
  • Volume discounts are available on application

Proudly distributed in partnership with Cerebral Palsy Alliance Training Alliance.

Format Delivery: 
e-Learning Module:  Online (Duration: 60 minutes)  
Target Audience: This comprehensive course is recommended for workers who require knowledge of safe work practices in order to prevent, and if necessary control, infection in the workplace.


Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact the Learn and Develop Team,