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Pulse Check on DES Reforms

Event start date: 12/07/2024
NDS invites Disability Employment Services to join a series of short sharp member meetings throughout this next chapter of DES reform.

South Australia Executive Leaders Networking Event

Event start date: 16/07/2024
At the NDS Executive Leaders Networking event, you will have the opportunity to mix with colleagues in a relaxed environment.

Fair Work Commission Vice President briefing for NDS Members

Event start date: 16/07/2024
Hear from a senior member of the Fair Work Commission bench about the new Closing Loopholes provisions of the Fair Work Act.

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Fair Work Commission Vice President briefing for NDS Members

Event start date: 16/07/2024
Hear from a senior member of the Fair Work Commission bench about the new Closing Loopholes provisions of the Fair Work Act.

SCHADS: Know Your Award

Event start date: 17/07/2024
NDS and WorkplacePLUS are pleased to offer this SCHADS: Know Your Award half-day workshop to help ensure your HR, payroll, and office managers are getting SCHADS right.

Incident Reporting and Investigation

Event start date: 17/07/2024
This course will teach you to successfully report, respond, investigate and prevent incidents to improve outcomes for staff, services, and the people you support.

National Quality and Safeguarding Community of Practice

A person sitting in a wheelchair holding hands with a support person that is off camera. Banner that reads NDS Communities of Practice
Location: National (online)
Date: 13/08/2024

NDS invites members to join the National Quality and Safeguarding Community of Practice (CoP). In this peer-led forum we will cover all areas of providing quality safe services for people with a disability. CoP meetings bring people together and provide opportunities to support and learn from one another. This CoP allows members to: 

The CoP aligns with several of NDS’s projects and resources within the area of providing quality and safeguarding, including the Zero Tolerance Initiative.   To guide our collaboration, we’ll draw on the Zero Tolerance commitment “to recognise, raise and respond to any deviation from the human rights of people using disability services.”   Themes and recommendations from the Disability Royal Commission, and activities of the NDIS Commission will also inform the discussion points.  We hope you can join us. 

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