NDIS in Practice: Strategy Workshops
The 'NDIS in Practice – Strategy Workshop' is an operationally focused workshop that is being delivered across Victoria. This workshop will focus on key themes within NDIS strategy, and be designed to draw on real provider experiences to assist organisations to thrive in the NDIS landscape.
The workshop will include:
Part 1: The Price Guide. This session will provide a chance for discussion and learning around NDIS pricing, and how your business can be successful in working within the new NDIS marketplace of care.
Part 2: Recruitment and Retention. This session will provide a chance for discussion and learning around staffing, and in particular ways to maximise your businesses recruitment and retention of staff.
Part 3: Governance. This session will provide a chance for discussion and learning around the idea of governance, and how effective governance trickles downwards to effective front line staff, which maximises the participant experience.
This venue is wheelchair accessible. Please contact the organiser directly with any additional accessibility requirements.
Who should attend?
NDS recommends that strategic leaders within disability service organisations are most suited to attend including; CEOs, CFOs and high-level managers.
Registration includes tea and coffee, morning/afternoon tea and a workbook. Lunch is not provided
|23 October 2019||
|9:00am - 12:00pm
Registrations and refreshments from 8:45am
|29 October 2019||Hoppers Crossing
Encore Events Centre
80 Derrimut Road
Hoppers Crossing VIC 3029
|1:00pm - 4:00pm
Registrations and refreshments from 12:45pm
Thanks to the Victorian Government's Transition Support Package, workshop costs have been heavily subsidised. NDS members benefit from further subsidised rates.
Give your organisation the best chance to transition to and operate in the NDIS market by making the most of our funded NDIS Sector Development Project. NDS members will continue to benefit beyond this project. Not yet an NDS member? Visit the NDS membership page.