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In-house Training
29/11/2018
In-house Training

Developing Effective Policy

An interactive half-day workshop on developing effective policy. The workshop has been developed for Senior Managers and key staff involved in the development of organisational policies.
One Day Seminar
30/08/2019
One Day Seminar

The Change Room – Leading organisational change

The Change Room is a one day workshop designed to equip managers with the tools and skills to support staff through the change process, and to facilitate positive change in their organisation.
Sector Meeting
16/09/2019
Sector Meeting

NDS and NDIA Information Sharing Session

National Disability Services  and the Queensland Provider and Market Relations team from the NDIA invite disability service providers to join us at a local Information Sharing Session.

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Understanding Abuse e-Learning Program

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Location: National (Online)
Date: 25/01/2019 to 31/12/2019
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Understanding abuse is about recognising abuse as a violation of a person's human rights. A focus on what makes life good for each person is the best way to enable rights and minimise risk of abuse. It is also about knowing what signs to be aware of that abuse is happening or has taken place.

This is a 30-minute video-based e-learning program for disability support workers. There are three options for accessing the Understanding Abuse e-learning modules.

1. Preview the course directly here. Please note, completion of the course is not tracked from this site.

2. To access the course with your progress tracked (including certificate of completion), and to access a range of NDS training, log in to the Learning Management System here.

3. To enquire about using the course in your organisation's Learning Management System, contact, at . Fees may apply.

To review the Zero Tolerance Framework and download additional free resources, please click here.
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